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Finding and Keeping the Motivation to Travel

Finding (And Keeping) the Motivation to Travel

Travelling is a rewarding and eye-opening experience that should land itself near the top of anyone’s to-do list. However, as other parts of daily life take priority and the idea of planning and going on a trip begins to seem daunting, travelling slips down toward the bottom of the list. These three tips will help you rekindle the excitement toward travelling and stay motivated to take that trip you’ve always dreamed of!

Do Some Research

One of the best ways to build up excitement and the motivation to travel is to research your destination. Find out about the area’s food, attractions, and culture, and put together a list of all your favourite things you’d like to experience when you’re there. This list will act as a reminder of why you wanted to travel to the destination in the first place, and help push you to book the trip if you start to lose motivation.

Make the Time

We all live busy lives, and sometimes it’s easy to allow our schedules to restrict the time we devote to planning a trip. In order to make sure your desire to travel isn’t getting pushed aside by your daily routine, book a specific time in your weekly schedule that’s devoted solely for trip planning. This will ensure that travelling stays on your priority list and motivation isn’t lost among the responsibilities of daily life.

It’s Never Too Early to Prepare

The preparation stage helps to build anticipation and excitement towards travelling, so start it early! Even if you haven’t yet booked a trip, you can still keep an eye out when you’re running errands for things that would be handy for travelling. You’ll notice that once you’ve started preparing to take a trip, the idea of booking your vacation becomes much more realistic, rather than something you’ll ‘get around to eventually’.