Better Mental Health with Travel
Did you know that by travelling the world, you could improve your mental and emotional health? Travel is a form of education and therapy and working with a travel coach could help you to ensure that you get the very most out of a life changing experience, leading to healing and self-growth.
If you are a woman who wants to travel solo but you feel like you are not brave enough or have any idea of where or how to even start, then working with a travel coach can help you to gain confidence, overcome fears and safely plan a trip of a lifetime. You will be supported and championed as you step into your most authentic and powerful self!
Have you ever felt like the reason you have not travelled far, wide and often is because you have no one to go with? Group travel coaching brings people together and helps them to meet new people with a shared passion to travel, build strong communication skills and boost their confidence. Don't let being alone hold you back from your dreams any longer!
10 Years of Travel with Guy...
I'd once heard travelling being described as "enriching for the soul". Until then, I'd never given too much stock to the effect it had on me. I'd always used it as a way to see new places, dispel cultural myths, or to meet new people. I guess as a byproduct of many expressive actions, something intrinsic and long-lasting were then developed. There have been many hurdles during my travels. Perhaps the biggest I've encountered is in the preparation. The last trip I prepared for over 2 years ago, which I'm still currently on, I can recall anxiety which was making me second guess every decision is made. The main driver was having a degree of flexibility, and probably more importantly, the balls to say "YES!" Once you're on the road, everything becomes autonomous. As humans, we are nomadic by nature. Put one foot in front of the other, learn how to say "Hi" and "Thanks" and "Cheers!" and everything else will fall into place. I'm writing this whilst sitting on a sofa beside a golden retriever that I'm dog sitting, eating a prawn curry with quinoa, washing it down with a can of Tecate, looking out at a rare, rainy day in Northern California. If that doesn't inspire you then keep walking.