Hey there, fellow traveller!
Travelling is something that makes you happy, gives inner peace and delightful memories. More you travel more it keeps you alive inside or something that teaches you a lot then turn you into a storyteller. So let’s deep dive into the ocean of such great benefits of travelling.
How is travelling beneficial to you? Here are some great benefits, take a look:
1) Improves problem-solving Skills:
1) Improves problem-solving Skills:
Most people travel to get a break from the pressures and commitments of daily life but apart from this, the travelling not only gives relief from the hectic schedule but also improves your problem-solving skills. Now you might be thinking how? Well, that’s true. Travelling at different places throws all sort of curveballs your way, you need to think on it and adapt quickly to that situation and roll with punches.
For example, navigation issues on new places make you think in a different way & lead you in proper decision making.
Creative thinking involves brainstorming and generating new ideas and travelling is something that gives us that practical experience and skills you can use it in real life.
2) Lowers the risk of heart attack:
Travelling not only make you happy – but also makes you healthier. According to the research, Studies has revealed that vacations can decrease a person’s risk of heart attack. Hangout to new places, meet new peoples and explore the beauty of nature makes you happier than watching any funny show on television.
You can take the real-life example, taking the break from work can also give the body time to recuperate from stress in the workplace.
Travelling to the different places isn’t just fun and exciting, it’s highly beneficial for your physical, mental and emotional health as well.
3) Broadens Your Horizons:
We live in a big world and once you begin to travel it becomes part of who you are. It’s my own experience when I started travelling a few years back, my approach was very different to see people as well as the things around me. But after some time I started realizing the change. My approach is changed now, I am less shy and more ready to face adventure.
I learned a lot from travelling, I become more curious about my life as well as more independent. That’s how your life is changed when you travel a lot.
4) Real life Education:
The education is not only limited to the four wall classroom or through a textbook, there is a lot apart from this. The real-life education happens outside the education. In fact, travelling is the best way to learn new things. The earth is filled with infinite experience, wonders and lifetime opportunities.
You explore cultural differences, you learn new languages and explores the unearth history. You learn social skills, learn more about nature and of course “jungle rules” if you are a typical nature lover and love to explore nature.
The most importantly real-life lesson you get from travelling makes you independent. The very act of travelling is a test of ones will, patience and fortitude especially when you travel alone and make your decisions and take initiatives completely by yourself.
5) Enhances Creativity:
Creativity requires passion and commitment and it’s all begins with learning a discipline and mastering a way of thinking. New research suggests travel can increase your level of creativity. Yes, you heard it right!
When we are busy with your daily routine, after some time we tend to fall into that routine. This can be good and bad and can turn our creativity into a stale. But travelling can help you out, when you visit new places, meet new people and learn something new each time, not only it gives you experience but also enhance your creativity.
6) Discovering New People New culture:
When you travel a lot, obviously this journey is full of new people and a new culture. There is a huge diversity when you travel entirely a new place. It might be food, culture, history and many more. Contact with other culture helps us understand ways of life that are different from ours.
When you meet new people the ideas are exchange or someone from the different field can introduce you to new perspectives. When you start experiencing this experience and learning in real life, not reading it in a textbook or internet, it will stay with you for a long long time.
The last but not least, Happiness! Happiness is something that you can’t buy. Travelling is something that gives you time to relax and science proves that travelling is the secret to happiness.
So spending lots of money on a phone, or a watch or a dress or a fancy car is not going to give you happiness. Then why not on travelling?
I feel happy when I’m gaining new experiences, meet new people and challenging my boundaries. For me travelling is the best real-life teacher. Travel expands the mind and spirit, is educative and puts one in touch with new people, culture, and ideas.