You don’t have to do or see anything
When traveling full-time, you will continuously be exposed to new sights, sounds, smells, and people. You will be making a lot of decisions about where to go and what to see. You will be determining whether certain excursions, accommodations or transportation methods are worth the cost. You also will be dealing with different cultures, which includes not necessarily understanding certain things, being corrected on how to pronounce words, and eating foods that you may not typically eat.
It’s pretty awesome.
It can also be pretty exhausting.
We have learned to listen to our bodies and brains…rest when necessary! This may mean that you are in a beautiful location in a foreign country…camping out in your AirBnB and doing absolutely nothing, or reading a book, or watching a movie. That’s completely ok.
You don’t go non-stop 24/7/365 when you are at home. You certainly can’t do that in a foreign environment being bombarded with new sensory inputs.
The important thing is to realize that stopping and doing nothing is fine. Listening to your body and brain, and doing this when it is necessary, is important to help keep you healthy. For couples traveling, this also means listening to each other!
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