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Sue
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Enjoy doing what you want to do with your life. Finding your own path is to be supported and treasured. I am in my 50s and constantly re-creating my life and path.

Candy
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I agree that routine is not the enemy. I do love to travel, but sometimes when I am traveling I am so ready to get back to my usual routine! Keep following your heart 🙂

Ashley
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Ashley

Yes! I love this! Go with your heart! It sounds like you’ve grown a lot since traveling – it’s a great way to learn so much about yourself and what you want in life…or at least, some of what you want in life!

Kavita Favelle
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I completely understand where you are coming from! I have always had dreams but unlike some of my friends, never had a career firmly in mind like some of them. But I found roles that I enjoyed, not the same one now as when I was younger, but that’s the beauty of the working arena these days, people aren’t expected to remain pigeon-holed in one type of job for life anymore. I too love travelling but am also a homebody and close to family, so for me it works to have a freelance contract job, the routine as it were,… Read more »

Rosie Fluskey
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You are so lucky to feel at ease with yourself. It means you can see the world around you more clearly without yourself getting in the way. I’m 31 and still struggling with all! Enjoy your travels and your home life 🙂

Shruti
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I can related to your post so much. I also moved abroad thinking, hey maybe I can give myself the chance to start all over again. But after a while of traveling and instability, I realised a time will come when I do want roots, somewhere and someone to call home and a family of my own. I guess maybe its also a critical part of the flee vs. face instinct that many travelers have to face at some point. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

Christina
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Live life to the fullest and go out and explore it. We wanted to explore Europe like most people do and it took a lot of courage for us as well to quit our jobs and explore for 3 months. We will never forget those experiences. Traveling really does allow you to grow as an individual and if you travel as a couple it allows you to grow together.

Tiffany H,
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I feel the same way about traveling. I just want to leave the 9-5 and travel the world. I’m glad you are doing what you want to do at this time. I;m also glad that because of this experience, you realize that this this is not the life you want for the rest of your life. I;m close to my family, so I understand about missing them when traveling.

Mary
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Oh my goodness, I could not agree more. And I REALLY needed to hear #5 right now. I’m at a bit of a personal crossroads struggling whether or not I should force myself to want “achievement” or just be ok with where I am at the moment. Thanks for the excellent reminder.

Amanda Blizzard
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It’s such a great feeling when you come to terms with your own goals, priorities and ideals! Similar to you, I found all of these parts of myself when I finally started travelling. Cheers to making great choices for ourselves!

Rachel Silverwood
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Rachel Silverwood

A really lovely post! ‘Going with the flow’ is the best thing, I’ve changed my plans so much over the past year and couldn’t be happier for it 🙂