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Why Travel? Part Nine

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It is crazy to me to think that since my last “Why Travel?” post in February, I have traveled to 7 countries and lived in 3 places. My desire to travel has continued to grow, along with my appreciation for home and what makes a house a home. As we plan the last couple months of 2016 and prepare for a new year of adventure ahead, I wanted to share more inspiration for all inspirNational followers to travel and experience the world, whether you are one mile or one thousand miles from home.

 

As I have said in my Why Travel?, Why Travel? Part Two, Why Travel? Part Three, Why Travel? Part Four,Why Travel? Part FiveWhy Travel? Part Six,Why Travel? Part Seven, and Why Travel? Part Eight posts, there are SO many reasons to travel. Each of the quotes in these posts makes our wanderlust grow stronger. Start planning your next inspirNational adventure!

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Why Travel? Part Eight

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Looking for inspiration to travel? Need to convince your budget or your significant other that travel should be in your future? Living everyday as a student in Paris with a traveler mindset, I am constantly asked why I like to travel. Below are some of my latest favorite quotes and images that demonstrate the value of travel throughout our lives:

As I have said in my Why Travel?, Why Travel? Part Two, Why Travel? Part Three, Why Travel? Part Four,Why Travel? Part FiveWhy Travel? Part Six, and Why Travel? Part Seven posts, there are SO many reasons to travel. Each of the quotes in these posts makes our wanderlust grow stronger. Start planning your next inspirNational adventure!

Why Travel? Part Five

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Looking for inspiration travel? Need to convince your budget or your significant other that travel should be in your future? Below I captured some of my latest favorite quotes and images that demonstrate the value of travel throughout our lives:

Every day is a new adventure! Source: Travel Channel

Every day is a new adventure! Source: Travel Channel

“Set aside the person you’ve always been and commit yourself to living in the moment. See a place for what it is, not for what you need it to be. Don’t compare, don’t anticipate, don’t vacillate, don’t cogitate. Simply embrace the present possibility of having an enlightening experience that reveals something you didn’t know about the world—or about yourself.” -George W. Stone, Secrets of a Travel Writer

How can tourism help with conservation efforts? One conversation can lead to a massive change.” Travel spreads communication about important international issues. -Katie Knorovsky, Why Conservation Tourism Matters

“Create meaningful relationships – People you meet while on the road usually become some of the most valued ones in your address book, giving you points on the map to visit later on. These folks give you a glimpse outside your hometown circle of friends, forcing you into new and refreshing perspectives on things.” –AirTreks

Smooth your transitions. “If you happen to be between jobs, schools, kids, or relationships, around the world travel can be a perfect way to separate these life stages, give you insight into your next phase and provide closure on the last one. Plus there’ll be a nice time stamp on that moment in your life.” –AirTreks

Enjoy sunrises throughout the world! Source: USA Today Travel, Best Sunrises Around the USA

Pause and appreciate the natural beauty around you! Source: USA Today Travel, Best Sunrises Around the USA

As I said in my Why Travel?, Why Travel? Part Two, Why Travel? Part Three, and Why Travel? Part Four posts, each of these quotes makes the wanderlust in me grow stronger. Don’t hold back- go on another adventure and be inspirNational!