How to Make Your Next Journey Count

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Why should you make your next travel count? Because too often we travel without experiencing what is most precious about it. Studies show that having a stressful trip is worse than not taking one at …

Why should you make your next travel count? Because too often we travel without experiencing what is most precious about it. Studies show that having a stressful trip is worse than not taking one at all. The question is – What are we doing wrong? The dream holidays become a nightmare and we return more stressed than we were. Or we plan everything to be perfect and come back frustrated angry and sometimes even conflicted with our partners and fellow travelers.

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  • 1. How to make your next journey count 7 things you should remember about before you hit the road next time www.share.travel
  • 2. Why should you make your next travel count? Because too often we travel without experiencing what is most precious about it. Studies show that having a stressful trip is worse than not taking one at all. The question is – What are we doing wrong? The dream holidays become a nightmare and we return more stressed than we were. Or we plan everything to be perfect and come back frustrated angry and sometimes even conflicted with our partners and fellow travelers. your travel world passport team How to make your next journey count
  • 3. Don't stress yourself with the impossible to follow itinerary. As scientists from Radboud University discovered in their recent study, effective vacations give you the choice and freedom to choose what you want to do. Make a flexible itinerary your priority
  • 4. Make sure you leave space for experimenting with travel routes, do not panic if you fail to follow every tourist route out there. Allow yourself to get lost
  • 5. Wherever you choose to go, the journey to that chosen destination can sometimes add stress, too. Erasmus University in Rotterdam scientinsts found that long- haul air travel can cause major stress hikes, especially in the form of jet lag. Never ignore the impact of a jet lag
  • 6. ! Travel World Passport has been created by people hungry to discover the world.We built the best tools for you to save and share travel memories.The project was born out of search for inspiration.While we appreciate the satisfaction exploration brings, we have a strong conviction that when looking for true inspiration, we often find it difficult to come across true gems – information available online is scattered and often inaccessible. ! The most valuable and remarkable travel inspiration and information is available on travel blogs, but for those who do not follow them on a regular basis it is hard to keep track of. Our mission is to gather the most valuable, relevant and useful travel content in one place, where it is indexed and easily searchable. ! For those, who are not satisfied with the way travel content is being presented online our product is a web framework to save and digest travel information around the stories of real travelers. It provides the necessary inspiration and contains information to start your journey. Our belief is that travel is about the feeling and the experiences, not the place.Those thoughts and beliefs are reflected in all the aspects of our work.And that feeling inspires us to be free, travel and do great things.We hope it will inspire you, too. ! VISIT OUR BLOG Chck our Blog for more inspirational stories and tips for Modern Day Nomads hello traveler
  • 7. Leaving your work behind allows you to get into a different perspective and mindset that may make way for new ideas. Leave your work behind
  • 8. Vacations are a prime time to form new habits or break old ones. Actually forming new habits is the best way to break old ones by simply replacing ones with others. Use travel time to break old habits
  • 9. No matter if you travel solo or in a group travel time is great time to make new friends. People are one of the greatest treasures you can meet on the way. Do not waste this opportunity. Make new friends and discover their world
  • 10. ! Travel World Passport has been created by people hungry to discover the world.We built the best tools for you to save and share travel memories.The project was born out of search for inspiration.While we appreciate the satisfaction exploration brings, we have a strong conviction that when looking for true inspiration, we often find it difficult to come across true gems – information available online is scattered and often inaccessible. ! The most valuable and remarkable travel inspiration and information is available on travel blogs, but for those who do not follow them on a regular basis it is hard to keep track of. Our mission is to gather the most valuable, relevant and useful travel content in one place, where it is indexed and easily searchable. ! For those, who are not satisfied with the way travel content is being presented online our product is a web framework to save and digest travel information around the stories of real travelers. It provides the necessary inspiration and contains information to start your journey. Our belief is that travel is about the feeling and the experiences, not the place.Those thoughts and beliefs are reflected in all the aspects of our work.And that feeling inspires us to be free, travel and do great things.We hope it will inspire you, too. ! VISIT OUR BLOG Chck our Blog for more inspirational stories and tips for Modern Day Nomads hello traveler
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