I’ve written about my own wanderlust, the restlessness that creeps in along the edges of my every-day life, drifting into my daydreams and toying with my focus.
I feel more alive while travelling, more connected to the present. I live in the moment.
A recent university study compared students who studied abroad against a group who had not. The survey showed that students with travel history scored higher in intercultural learning skills and had a higher appreciation and understanding for different cultural perspectives and interactions.
Joy McGinnis is a Travel Designer with Travel Time Inc. To read the rest of her article, please click here or on the picture.