I love traveling and I know you do too. I like exploring new countries and cultures, tasting exotic food and making friends everywhere. But another interesting aspect of traveling is about finding out who you are, or even more importantly, who you can be.
When you’re back home at high school/college, university or your job, you probably have a routine and a select group of friends. You usually know what your day will look like and the same way you expect your friends and family to behave in a certain way, they expect the same from you.
You might be known for a specific personality or physical trait like being “funny” or “shy” or “the ginger.” You could also be perceived as “the risk taker,” “the foreigner” or “the son of the mayor.” The point is you have a persona, whether you like it or not.
Have you ever thought you could be different? Or maybe improve areas of your personality?
Well, I have to say that one of the best ways to understand a bit more about yourself is by traveling. You can put yourself in a situation where nobody knows who you are and they don’t expect you to behave in any way
There are several ways you could achieve that, and I’ll give you some ideas.