Oh the places you’ll go.” – Dr. Seuss
I love traveling, exploring new places, taking photos, making memories.
When I am on holidays I morph into the paparazzi. Anyone around me takes one look and can tell I am a tourist, my Nikon SLR around my neck, my backpack on my back full off all the things I need to make the most of the experience.
When I am not traveling, I am preparing for my next trip, and that feeling of wanderlust can feel make the long winters at home feel even colder, the work days longer and the mundane tasks of life feel like a world away from where I want to be.
Can you relate? Do you live with the constant desire to see more, do more, experience more?
But do you know there is a solution? Become a tourist in your own backyard. Take a Journey!
The definition of journey is
noun – an act of travelling from one place to another.
verb – travel somewhere.
Taking a journey doesn’t mean you have to travel long distance, you just have to travel from one place to another.
Whether it’s ten minutes from home or ten hours you can still make memories, and experience life, become a tourist in your own backyard.
You don’t realize how beautiful the place you live is until you look at it, with fresh eyes. With eyes that are not busy rushing from here to there. You will learn new things about where you live, and some things might surprise you?
No more sitting around you house bored, no more wasting money at the shops buying stuff because your bored. Instead you will be seeing new things, doing new things and experiencing new things.