Why Traveling Sucks!!!

in travelfeed •  8 months ago

There have been times when I see a picture of someone with a backpack living a nomadic life, moving from one city to another... one day enjoying Moroccan tea with the locals to other days hiking to Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.

And there have been times when I see a post saying- this entire world is my home and I get this feeling to just pack my bag and leave everything behind.


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The idea of traveling can be a bit intriguing for many or it could be just to make someone clinch their pockets and very intimidating...

Let me make it easier for you, by giving you reasons why you shouldn't travel...

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Home sweet home


If you travel you will be spending one day in the African jungles and another looking at the Northern lights, and you wouldn't want to miss living in the same house in the same neighborhood year after year. So why go out when you can explore the whole world on Instagram.


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“Traveling is like flirting with life. It’s like saying, ‘I would stay and love you, but I have to go; this is my station.” — Lisa St. Aubin de Teran


You will risk making new friends for life


Drinking coffee on weekends and clubbing with your childhood friends is more than enough...why make friends that you can't even count, it can be exhausting having friends in every city around the world willing to host you, wanting to spend time with you, this sounds like a scary thought.


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You already know everything


If you travel you will always be hungry for more, more knowledge, more experiences, more adventure, more stories, you will always be curious to learn new things. And we all know curiosity kills the cat. So you shouldn't travel and risk gaining more knowledge, it can really stuff your brain.


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Sharing is overrated


You won't be able to watch your favorite movies or shows but instead, have to bear the real-life stories of other travelers.. Sounds boring right? Why would you want to meet someone new, and hear their stories and experiences of how they were almost killed by the lion in one of the safaris, or how someone lost their finger on Everest when you can just sit lazily on your sofa and watch Netflix all day.


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“Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts, it even breaks your heart. But that’s okay. The journey changes you; it should change you. It leaves marks on your memory, on your consciousness, on your heart, and on your body. You take something with you. Hopefully, you leave something good behind.”― Anthony Bourdain


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Jokes apart

Leaving your hometown and your comforts can be scary for some.

When I was a kid, My father had a transferable job and we would move to a new city after every two years which always made me feel angry and sad as i had to leave behind my friends, school, and everything I had there.
But as I grew older I realized I know about so many cultures, I am not afraid of moving into a new territory now, I can take more risks, I don't worry about the materialistic things and possessions.


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I would love to paint sunsets every day from different cities, try different cuisines, learn new cultures, hike every mountain possible, do every adventure sports from skydiving to ice skating, buy every handmade item from the roadside vendor and at the end have some awesome stories to share. It doesn't matter where I go and what I see, I would just want to leave this crazy stressful routine and wake up every day feeling amazing.


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“Would you please tell me, which way I ought to go from here?”
“That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,” said the cat.
“I don’t much care where … ” said Alice.
“Then it doesn’t matter which way you go,” said the cat.”
— Lewis Carroll

Now you decide if traveling really sucks?


I hope you enjoyed reading my post and I am grateful for every Upvote, Resteem, and Comment. Until next time! 😍

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This is such a lovely post! Thank you for sharing. It's refreshing to read something like this from time to time :)

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Thank you @delishtreats
writing about it was kind of refreshing for me too, I enjoyed making this post and was inspired too to plan for my next journey.
Much love 😍

Ha, you had me at first. I was about to just on here and say how wrong you were!!!!. Too Funny. You could not be more right. Traveling is what has opened me up to a much board world view. It would be too easy to say "those people" if I were isolated to my square corner of the world but since I have experienced so much of the world, I have to truly accept that we are all human and we all face similar hardships and rewards.

Great post.

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I hear you.. During my journeys, I have met some beautiful crazy people, heard some amazing stories, and experienced things which I could have never even though of If I haven't left my comfort zone and traveled.
and so true it gives so much exposure and teaches you how to survive which no one else can do.
I look forward to hearning your travel stories.
Love and hugs

howdy there itravelarts! thanks so much for convincing me to stay home and take care of business here! that was the purpose right? lol.

wonderful photos oh my! do you think you could stay home for a few years? :)

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Hahaha.. Right! 😉
Just the thought of it is making me crazy..😬

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haha yes, it's in your blood!

I loved so much this post that I actually forward it to three of my friends who do not like to travel and always tell me how much fun it is to be a couch potato. Great post!

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@lymepoet I am so happy that you enjoyed reading the post and shared with others..I have a group of friends too who would rather enjoy their holidays shopping and watching the latest episodes of whatever is going on...and It feels like a task to just drag them to even for a weekend trip.
Thank you
Much love and hugs 😍

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Thank you @travelfeed 😍 You always surprise me .
Love and hugs

Funny girl :)
Really enjoyed it!

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Haha.. Thank you @fotostef

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you're so gorgeous XD you make such lovely posts ! and though travelling does have a lot of 'troubles' they are really worth while !

.... but i love my home so much also and i always get so anxious when i travel so this post really hits close to home XD

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Thank you for your kind words.. 😍

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I do not think so, I love travelling.

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I am glad you do 😍

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Beautiful photos!

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Thank you dear 😘

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Both funny and sensitive at the same time. Really enjoyed reading that.

I guess the mindset has a lot to do with how we are shaped as children. I'm kinda half traveller, half homebody! I love going out and visiting places but I always have to have something to come back to. Homesickness for me is the biggest thing to overcome when travelling.

But I agree with you about some of the more tongue in cheek comments about people watching Netflix series. They look at me like I'm the weird one when I say I never watch TV or watch boxsets :D

Great post :)

Travel is extremely hard, but so worth the time and effort.