Lifestyle, Travel

7 reasons how travelling makes you a better person

As you pack your travel bags to take a break from your everyday routine life, you might not realize but this experience may end up changing your personality for the better. Don’t believe me? Well then here are a few on points how travelling can change your outlook of life and transform you into a better person.

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  1. MAKES YOU MISS THE LITTLE THINGS IN LIFE

Living at the most comfortable place in the world that you call home, makes you take many things for granted, including sleeping on your comfy beds, and the fact that you will always find your fridge full of your favourite snacks. However, travelling makes you realize how important these little things in life are when you find yourself eating food that tastes more like yesterday’s leftover and you end up sleeping in a makeshift tent with a thin blanket in the freezing nights of Sahara.

  1. MAKES YOU A BETTER COMMUNICATOR

Travelling to new places makes communication the only means to know the people better, and get an insight of the beautiful destination that you have travelled to. Therefore, undoubtedly travelling polishes your communication skills, not to forget makes you learn a few foreign languages too.

  1. HELPS YOU APPRECIATE SMALL ACTS OF KINDNESS FROM STRANGERS

When you are at a new place full of strangers, you do not expect people to help you carry your luggage or guide you when you are lost. However, when people you barely know go out of their way to help you out, you tend to appreciate even the smallest acts of kindness and promise to repay them soon in one way or the other.

  1. MAKES YOU A SEXIER PERSON

With the exotic stories to share about the clear water seas of Bahamas, to the impressive knowledge you have acquired of world geography, and to the obvious lingual expert you have become, travelling certainly pushes you up on the scale of sexiness.

  1. MAKES YOU A SMARTER PERSON

As you explore new places, you tend to learn more about the people, you memorize those little geographical facts that you never understood back in school, and you get a slight idea about how different governments are run. So travelling undoubtedly broadens your horizons, as you explore new places, and sit down to talk with the locals to exchange stories of your lives, and learn a little from each other.

  1. MAKES YOU MISS YOUR LOVED ONES

When was the last time you hugged your mother and told her you love the wonderful food she prepares or told your friends that they mean the world to you? Can’t exactly recall, right?

While travelling, as you live away from the home-cooked food and frequent hangouts with your best friends, you tend to realize how important these people are in your life. Although travelling may mean that you are moving away from your loved ones, but in fact, you become even closer to them.

  1. MAKES YOU LIVE IN THE MOMENT

Travelling makes you realize that there is more to life than worrying about your expenses and wondering how will you make it to your next destination on time. It is all about living in the moment, taking in a little of the wonderful culture that the new place has to offer, and realizing that an hour spent admiring the beauty of nature was truly worth it!

Travelling can undoubtedly unleash the hidden amazing person behind the boring old you. So why not plan your next adventure right away? Take a break from the everyday routine life and spend some time making yourself a better person through travelling.

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6 thoughts on “7 reasons how travelling makes you a better person”

  1. I second each and every point mentioned here!! I love travelling …..be it alone or with my family and/friends. It is therapy for me as it cleanses my mind, makes me appreciate lifes little joys, and more over when I travel with my family esp my kids….I tend to enjoy and spend more time with them that I would not do being at home. I am a people’s person so I ike meeting new people on my travels and learn about their cultures and backgrounds….

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