As we get older, we often think about what we’d say to our younger selves, who are just starting out on the path to adulthood. With no commitments like a mortgage or children to tie us down, we could spend money the way we wanted to spend it. However, we also realise that later in life, we want to settle down, buy a home and maybe have a family. And for all of this you need money. So how can you save money but still enjoy your youth?
A few months ago I went to Georgia. Even if it was only for a couple of days, it was great for getting the first taste of Georgia. So I want to share with you my first impressions of this beautiful country called Georgia (საქართველო) or as it felt to me- little India. Stay tuned till the end for a chance to win a FREE GIVEAWAY.
Recently we had to deal with a loss of a relative so naturally, it got me and my partner talking about all the topics related to grieving. We discussed what we would do in case something happened to the other one. Both of us agreed that we would go on a solo trip to clear up the mind and give it some time.
There are infinite ways you can travel the world and open yourself up to exciting new places and experiences. Some people like to fly to different countries and see what they have to offer, while others like to explore a particular area more deeply. To go to unexplored areas and see everything what is in between touristic places.
Did you see the picture? That is a shot from our 10-day road trip trough Europe. It was our home for this whole time. We were driving and sleeping in the car and nothing could stop us from hitting the breaks whenever we saw a beautiful view. We were our own bosses and managed the time as we wished. Road trips give you that kind of freedom that no other type of traveling gives you.