8 Signs You Haven’t Been Traveling Enough

It’s true that most people have to work a 9 to 5 job in order to get by in this world — to keep clothing on our backs, a roof over our heads and the lights on. It’s also true though, that we each need to find and nurture our authentic selves, and sometimes this can only be done on the road or in another land.

Remember, human beings aren’t meant to be stationary — we are nomadic by nature. Here are some signs that it’s time to hit the road:

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    You’re Restless

    If you find yourself constantly itching for change, changing around your living spaces and trying to feed your adventurous spirit through new music and food, it might be a sign that it’s time to hit the road.

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    You’re Full of Contempt

    Everyone and everything has been getting on your nerves lately. Your co-workers, your siblings — even your dog. You need out. You need an adventure.

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    You’re Dreaming About Work

    You’re at work in your dreams and often contemplate skipping pajamas altogether — you may as well just shower and change into tomorrow’s clothing, as there’s no longer anything relaxing about sleep anymore.

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