Fear not traveling

Travel! That is a word that causes some people to panic. I wanted to create a place where I could cut through the hype and hopefully bring the concept of traveling to a level that would be more manageable for the typical person…simply by showing you how I’ve done it and what interests me about travel. I have a full-time job and am in my mid-40s, but I make sure to use up every last minute of my paid vacation time and imagine how I can do more. Regardless of your situation, traveling does not have to be expensive. It does not have to be difficult. It will be rewarding. It will be life-changing. You will never regret it.

FEAR, not traveling itself, is what prevents people from having a rewarding experience. You have to move beyond that which you do not know.

Fear NOT traveling! It is more detrimental to your wellbeing to stay in one place than to experience at least a taste of what this wide world has to offer. It opens your mind and inspires great ideas.

Fear not TRAVELING…it really is accessible to everyone. Let me show you how!


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  1. Mark Divita says:

    I am John’s most impressed followers, travel buddy and believer. At one time my idea of traveling was where I could get to in a car, mostly a 3 hour ride to the beach or to visit family not too much farther than NYC. I now know there is so much out there whether it be a four flight or a 24 hour flight. John has awakened me to the world from Sicily to Australia. I have brought home the understanding of other cultures, seen plantlife that isn’t typical to home and developed creative decorating ideas among the host of many benefits to getting away. Since I am the ultimate “homebody” I have come to understand that I carry “home” with me and have become very comfortable ELSEWHERE. There is little to fear and so much to gain by taking a trip to someplace new.

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