Traveling the world is something that many people consider to be almost-impossible. Due to a variety of reasons, they provide endless excuses as to why they can’t do something — instead of generating reasons why they can.
Travel is not just a vacation; It’s an exploration of new cultures, opportunities, and the chance to meet incredible new people. With the opportunity to leverage technology to travel the world & work from a laptop, it comes as no surprise to learn that the list of credible excuses is dwindling rapidly.
I’m not going to be naive and pretend that everyone has the same circumstances. After all, many people reading this may be in the middle of education or working at a job they hate.
All I want is for people to be happy.
However, there is a percentage of people spending $354 at the club every single weekend. These same people are then complaining that they have no money to travel the world.
Instead of spending hundreds of dollars on a night out, consider investing the same amount into a flight, or an Airbnb rental. To put things into perspective, $550 could easily afford you a comfortable lifestyle in Bali or Thailand for a month.
So many people spend their entire lives not accomplishing their goals because they’re worried about the opinions of friends & family.
Don’t live your entire life based on the opinions of others. The only person stopping you from traveling the world is yourself.
If you want to waste hundreds of dollars at the club, I’m happy for you.
However, if you want to travel the world, auditing your spending habits is a good idea.
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