I tend to surprise people with my travel experience. I am unsure if it has to do with my age or maybe the town I grew up in… whatever it may be people love to talk about it.Often prompted by the map that is permanently inked on my arm, or more recently my unusual resume,… Continue reading Why Do I Travel?
I travel a lot… not surprising to most who have read this blog or know my life at all. Whether recreationally or professionally, I find myself on a lot of planes, trains, and automobiles.The one thing I hate most about travelling so much is packing- or at least that was the thing I hated most… Continue reading The Value of Good Luggage
“Jen, why get on a plane then?” Because of what is on the other side.
Where would I be today? What would I be doing if it weren’t for a Hail-Mary application from a previous version of myself?
I am not saying that they are charging Canadians through their noses because we are a captive audience (I’m not saying it… but I am thinking it…).
Travel is more realistic than a lot of people think.
Some things are going to be out of our control, but when we see how lucky we are to be in the situation anyway your emotional state adapts and learns to bend, not break.
Your English is still better than my Japanese!
Experiencing a culture or a place doesn’t mean you are going to like it, but you have experienced it and isn’t that what the plane ride was for anyway?
Everyone has their own way to cope and heal. Everyone has their way of relaxing. Self-care isn’t just for when you are at home. (Reread that again and again.)