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Escape The Daily Grind- How To Quit Your Job And Travel The World

"Repeat After Me-I Am Free"

So you are thinking about packing it all in and venturing out there into the great wild world? There is no better time than NOW. As the saying goes- "Repeat after me-I am free", after all we are the makers of our own destiny. We made the decision to start travelling the world when we were 20 and 7 years later we are still enjoying the cultures and beauty that the world has to offer.

Where do you start? Well that is the easy part, decide where you want to go, do some research and pack your bag; easy as that. There are so many ways you can travel around the world and on all budgets. If you want to backpack across Europe or become and expat in Asia there are travel resources out there to help you do just that, right at your fingertips. The only thing that will ever get in the way of you carrying out your dreams, is you!

Fear of the unknown, fear of quitting your job and not knowing what the outcome might be, or fear that you won't be successful or have enough money. Trust me these are all fears that have crossed my mind at some point along my past, but all you have to do is know that it is possible and it is so easy to achieve your dreams.

A few months ago someone said to me "You are so lucky", this struck me as odd as I replied "I am not lucky, I made the conscious decision to travel". It is a mindset that you have that can make you think it is hard, or it's about luck when really all you need to do is make a dream and plan it.

Once you start deciding where to you want to travel to, you can research costs and make arrangements for tickets and accommodation etc. Once you book your ticket, the rest will come naturally and the excitement will follow. All those fears you had will disappear and be replaced with excitement for the future and what is to come.

For those of you who have more ties with mortgages, belongings and jobs it too is an easy dream to achieve once you know how to achieve it. There are an abundance of companies out there willing to help you with shipping belongings, putting them into storage or helping you rent out your house or flat. It may seem like a big task to start with but the end reality is what is so important-achieving your dream of travelling the world-doesn't that sound so exciting.

Ever find yourself daydreaming at your desk with screen savers of far away places, make that dream into a reality and start planning your trip of a lifetime now. If we can do it-you can too.

Yours, Ever The Wanderer



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Our names are Rachel and Phil and we are born travellers, dream seekers and lovers of the road less travelled. It is our lust for life and the beauty of the world that inspires us, an insatiable appetite for experiencing the unknown. We call it Wanderlust and we are Ever The Wanderer.We have been travelling for 7 years and have recently ( September 2013) decided to venture into travel blogging. We are both environmentalists, keen photographers and addicted to exploring the world. Our blog showcases articles aimed to inspire, educate and encourage day dreamers to fulfill their dreams. We are currently residing in Canada where we have been since February 2013.



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