Reasons We All Need to Travel More

If you are currently on a mission to find an excuse to travel more, you don’t have to look too far. There are many benefits of seeing the world, meeting new friends, and getting a new experience every day. Whether you are the cultural traveler or love the jungle and would like to spend more time with animals than with people, you can create the perfect experience that will help you grow as a person. Below you will find just a selection of excuses you can use next time you book a vacation.

 Me in Macchu Pichu, Peru

Me in Macchu Pichu, Peru

New Perspective On Life

Traveling will give you a new perspective on life. You will never learn to appreciate what you have until you have visited remote villages or slums in India. You will be surprised to see that people who don’t know where their next meal is coming from are able to smile and appreciate what they have, no matter how little it might be. You need to travel the world to understand people’s views and values better.

Independence

If you visit a remote place, chances are that you will be left to your own resources and have to face several choices and difficult decisions. Whether you are looking to explore nature as it is, or live with a tribe, you will have to take responsibility for your own actions and your impact on the environment. When you are looking for borneo tour packages, you should look for an adventure that will teach you more than the general knowledge, so you can improve your skills.  

 Q’eros tribe in Peru

Q’eros tribe in Peru

Self-awareness

When you travel, you also forget to worry about the future, You are simply there to make the most out of the experience and survive. You shouldn’t fear the ebbs and flows of life, instead learn to face your challenges and your limitations. The more you find out about yourself during the journey the more you can grow after you return to your normal environment and get back to your old life.

Better Relationships

You might also want to know that being more aware of your strengths, values, and limitations will make you a better partner as well. Not only talking about romantic relationships; you will learn to appreciate the good in people and treat nature and humans with respect. Once you understand that you have room for improvement, you will be less critical with others, and have a better attitude towards other people. Traveling and reflecting on your past relationships will also help you understand your decisions better and how you got into the situation you are in.

People travel for various reasons. You might be passionate about the rainforest, endangered species, or simply other cultures. At the end of the day, you will need to discover your purpose in life and create experiences that help you become the best version of yourself and a useful member of the human society. Traveling will make you more aware of your needs and your development areas, too.

Rima Danielle Jomaa

Fuego Lodge Rd, Santa Teresa

Rima Danielle Jomaa is from Los Angeles, and now lives and works in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica where she manages a hotel, restaurant, and yoga program full-time. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT# 82229) and has an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University. She is a certified yoga instructor, and received her certification from Alexandria Crow and Heather Seiniger from YogaWorks in Pacific Palisades, California. While in private practice, Rima practices Reiki energy healing, utilizes hypnotherapy, and guides others through mindfulness and meditation. Rima gives clients the tools and skills to reclaim their health, happiness, and freedom.

Rima lives her life as an example for her clients and students. She is interviewed regularly in the mediaon a variety of topics. Please contact Rima regarding modeling or writing for your brand, or to collaborate on retreats, workshops, marketing, and other opportunities.