3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Postpone Your Travel Dreams

Are you living the life you dreamed for yourself? Did you wake up today excited about your job or whatever you’re learning? Do you feel you’re at least going in the right direction? If you answered “no” to at least two of these questions, we need to talk!

I mean, I know no one is happy 100% of the time and everyone and every life has its ups and downs. Still, falling, but being able to bring yourself up for a greater goal is not a failure, it’s a challenge you overcome.

When I decided to leave Brazil and travel the world, it took me about seven years to make it happen. Seven long years! Now I’ve been living and traveling abroad for over eight years, during which time I’ve visited 25 countries and met hundreds of interesting people.

Deni Williams
Deni Williams

It all comes down to priorities — if your dream is not the first thing you think about when you wake up, then something must change. Before I went to London, my ex-girlfriend used to mock me, saying there was no point in going because I already knew everything about the city!

After following my dreams, a few things became very clear to me and I’ll try to share some insights with you.