Many of my readers like to picture me as the world’s savviest traveler, cruising through airports with the ease and grace of a Broadway dancer.
Truth be told, that wasn’t always the case.
In fact, I used to be that guy who printed all of his confirmation emails and carried them around in an oversized and overstuffed folder.
It was as awkward as wearing a fanny pack in public but it worked, I guess.
I like to think I looked this cool wearing one.
Today’s post is going to take a different approach than many of my previous posts.
We’re not going to talk about how to save money on travel.
There is absolutely no mention of points, miles, or credit cards (other than in this sentence).
And yet this might be the best advice I share with you this year.
I promised to help you find freedom in 2015 by expanding my focus beyond the world of saving money on travel. Today is another step to making good on that promise.
Remember that traveling is never in and of itself the goal. Traveling is only the means to accomplish other goals like escaping the grind of day-to-day life, learning self-reliance, and finally being able to unplug and relax.
Which is why today I want to talk to you about how you can get more out of traveling (and life) by doing less.