How traveling helps your psychology?

@lisast (40)
February 23, 2009 7:44am CST
I love to travel! I believe that if I were rich and didn't have to work, I would travel the whole world! Even now as a student, I am always looking for programs through which I could travel! And I have noticed that travel is really helpful for my psychology! All my problems go away when I am away and when I come back I am a different person! I feel really refreshed, even if my trip lasted only for a weekend! How traveling is helpful for you?
3 responses
@maximax8 (28285)
• United Kingdom
23 Feb 09
As soon as I get on the plane my problems seem to float away. I feel excited on the flight imagining the lovely time I will have on my trip overseas. When I arrive I go to my first accommodation and feel so relaxed. I can't wait to get out exploring and then I feel so happy. I have a clear mind when I am traveling and return home feeling refreshed. One of the first things I do is develop my photos.
@lisast (40)
• Greece
23 Feb 09
All those feelings are so familiar! Great description! :)
@di1159 (1580)
• United States
23 Feb 09
Traveling is a wonderful experience and a chance to really learn and see how others live. I think it helps promote understanding and peace and shows us that our own lifestyle is really not so bad compared to some others. I also would love to travel the world and see difference places. It provides you an education that you can't get in any class. It is refreshing and helps you disconnect from your own situtation.
@KUSHANK55 (2437)
• India
23 Feb 09
it always gives me new ideas and new energy!!