Travelling and time management

Travelling and time management

Traveling teaches you better time management skill

In your travel adventure, getting late will cost you lots of money. After all, you can’t ask the plane to wait for you.

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Traveling forces you out of your comfort zone.

You know and feel comfortable with all the people in the school: the teachers, the friends, the parents, and other school workers.

Traveling means new foods, cultures, language, people, and places to explore. It helps you grow as a person.

New experiences and perspectives

Traveling allows you to see and experience new ways of living.

Have you been to Guangzhou, China and seen people eat cockroaches and worms? You might be able to see the photo of that from a textbook, but experiencing it yourself can only be done through traveling.

Reinvent yourself

Travel can give you the blank white sheet – the chance to start fresh and explore the other sides of your personality.

Traveling and confidence

Traveling helps you build confidenceWith travel, come challenges. And the more challenges you take on, the more confident of yourself you become.

Traveling will improve your planning and organizing skills.

There are lots of things you need to plan to have a great travel experience. You need to organize your trip so that you have a place to stay and transportation taken care of etc.

Maybe you were almost bitten by a lion while doing a safari in Africa. Or that time when you were almost killed by a bull in “Pamplona’s Running of the Bulls”? 

Most of these amazing stories and memories will enrich your personal charm.

Traveling teaches you gratitude

Traveling to a poor country can make you realize just how much you actually have. You will meet (and make friends) with people who have so little in their life, but are living their life happily.

You will learn social skills much better while traveling, because you will meet lots of new people at hostels, guided tours, bars, cafes, monuments, and buses while traveling. And that will definitely improve your social skills. 

Uncertainty and the unexpected

You will learn how to be comfortable with uncertainty and the unexpected while travelling.

Travel will teach you that the unexpected is rarely as bad as you think. Often, they are just small obstacles that can easily be overcome.

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  • Confident Communication. You will be forced to communicate with strangers on a daily basis.
  • How to Cope in a Crisis. Travelling come with its fair share of tricky situations that requires you to work through them.
  • A New Language. Immersing yourself in a culture is a great way to learn a foreign language.
  • How to Prioritise. When you’re travelling you need to determine what is essential and what you can do without.
  • Different Ways of Life.  Travelling, you get to see how people around the world choose (or are compelled) to live their lives.

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John Updike
cannot help but learn more as you take the world into your hands. Take it up reverently, for it is an old piece of clay, with millions of thumbprints on
Lessons that travelling will teach you
  1. To be more patient when things do not go as planned - and it happens on every trip. 
  2. To leave your comfort zone. It's exhilarating to forget what's familiar for a bit and expand your horizons.
  3. To be more curious. Being in new territory will probe new ideas and curiosities.
  4. To appreciate other cultures. 
  5. To live simply. You can survive with very, very little.
  6. To make friends with strangers as travelling make you desperate for human interaction.
  7. ...but to also embrace your solo travel experience.  You will come home with a new sense of independence.
  8. To try new things as what you do at home doesn't always work when you travel.
  9. To think creatively. Sometimes it takes a little thinking outside of the box to get by.

  10. To find beauty in small things that you did not notice before you started your trip, like a home-cooked meal.

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