How Travel is an Institution Disguised as Recreation - My Family Travels

How many times have you found yourself dishing for reasons to justify your need to travel, take a break, or go on a vacation?

At the risk of sounding presumptuous, a lot of us today perceive travel to be reserved for “someday”. Many suffer from the “someday” disease when it comes to planning an adventurous expedition to the one destination that they’ve always dreamed of visiting.

And the reasons range from it being too expensive, not wanting to jeopardize with the number of work leaves remaining; to it involving you to “give” a lot of time in planning the logistics.

Although these reasons cannot be entirely dismissed, a slight change in your perception will make it easy to conquer the travel-procrastinating thoughts and also reveal that rather than you giving, how much travel gives you, educates you, and offers life’s lessons through experiences; thus opening many avenues to bring in positive changes in you.

Do you wish to change your perception about travel? Then read along to find out what’s travel really got in store for you:

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