Too many excuses prevent people from traveling. Not enough money, no time, jobs, fear…
If your passion is travel, and you long to explore the world and experience unbelievable adventures you could never imagine having… then just go!
When you look at traveling the world like this, it’s rather simple!
Juliann | Browsing the Atlas says
It seems so simple. It isn’t at my age, but I’m doing all the traveling I can right now and am eagerly awaiting the day when I retire and travel to my heart’s content. 🙂
Caroline Eaton says
Where are you going to travel to first?! 🙂
To respond to this blog post, I will admit Josh and Caroline that it is really simple to just travel. However, I will admit that there is a fear or “I gotta prepare” for the unknown, not so much where to go, but about our current circumstances and valuables that hold on to. I have already read The 4 Hour Work, Vagabonding and other resources on travelling long-term, and I have communicated with Mr. Rolf Potts himself about my situation and the correct strategy to take. I have decided to take heed towards building my real estate investment business first to generate an automated resource of cash flow before making the jump. I’m really eager to travel, believe me, but I want to make sure I secure my finances first without doing the “sell everything” option, especially when I just bought a house back in 2011 and still working toward finally building equity. It depends on each person’s situation, if you don’t have much financial responsibilities, it is probably easier to make the jump compared to someone who is subject to those responsibilities temporarily. At least I decided months to continue building my business or muse in order to experience long term travel uninterrupted (running out of money), while most folks just give up on their dream to travel.