Travel and Be a Happier Person
Travelers are said to be happier person than those who don’t travel or hadn’t experience traveling. Here are what real travelers had to say when they’re traveling, which had made them happier person.
Meeting new friends
When you’re traveling, you have more opportunities of meeting and making new friends. Since you’re miles away from home, there are less boundaries to cross and making friend becomes a lot easier. Whether it’s a flight seatmate or fellow traveler wanting to enjoy conversations or share the joys of being in a place, making friends become less tedious and interactions come off naturally. Travelers swear they’re talking more and this allows them meeting interesting people and widening their circle of friends.
Breaking away from social media
Travelers swear they’re happier because they’re able to break away for a while from social media that sometimes is stressful than helpful. Such a break feels like a detox from usual checking of your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts. Traveling in a place where there is no wi-fi reception or you’re driven to turn it off, allow you to enjoy some breathing space that is lost from your daily routine. To many; traveling becomes a liberating force that allows them to better enjoy and mind the here and now.
Appreciating family and home more
Being away from home, travelers feel more appreciative of things they’ve left behind such as families, home, and friends. Some feel that calling home is very much anticipated and talking to a family about the place they’re in is like a reconnection with people they love back home and it brings a homey happiness and joy.
Being infected by happiness
Travelers are amazed how locals of some destinations could be such a happy and smiling people, and that such happiness usually has a knock-out effect on them. The infectious happiness is a mood lifter that is usually brought back home.
Unexpected situations had them feeling more self-confident
It’s not uncommon for travelers to be in some unexpected situations when in some destinations or while on the road. Resolving the situations on their own or through the initiative of others, many feel the incidents had made them more self-reliant and had built strong belief in themselves or being more self-confident.
Traveling is the perfect catalyst for happiness as it made many travelers experience the many wonders of the world, cultures and of everything that humanity has to offer. It allows you to create new experience, memories, and a time break from routines of life. And these simply spell out the way to happiness and make one a happier person.