The first thing that anyone says to me, when I share my thoughts on travelling is that, “You should probably search for a job related to it then.”
Now I understand why so. Travelling requires funds, and like most people I would prefer to acquire them on my own, rather than asking my parents for it. However, for me travelling is not something that I would associate with work. It is something which is to be enjoyed (not saying that work is not enjoyable).
If you are one of those people who want to just pack one bag of essentials and have a small suitcase with a week’s worth of clothes and want to travel for one or two months, then you would probably not prefer to have work bothering you alongside (like me).
What I want to say is that we should stop thinking about jobs for a minute. Just sit down and visualise your future. If you are passionate about travelling or even think about it occasionally, then please don’t hesitate. Think.
Go on the internet and search. If you do want to involve some sort of work while roaming around go ahead and find exactly what that is. There are hundreds of websites and blogs in which people who already have experienced travelling provide recommendations for aspiring travelers.
But the most important thing is to not forget. Find a way for your travels, where you would go, how you would arrange and manage your funds etc. Just imagining these will keep you motivated.
Don’t shy away from it just because a few people around you say words which probably should encourage you, but end up instead destroying your thoughts of the seeing the world.
Right now, we are young. Right now, is the moment when travelling is your dream. Work on it and make it a goal, before it fades away as just another dream as it is.
About The Author
Hello everyone my name is Tanya Bhatia and you have just read an article written by me! I absolutely adore reading!; whether it is fanfiction or novels or mangas, I don’t discriminate. My greatest passions are writing and learning new languages.And also listening to music of said languages; whether it is Korean, Tamilian, Spanish, Japanese, English, Chinese, as I said I don’t discriminate.