Tags archives: travel-blues

How to Get Comfortable with Traveling

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I'm not talking about homesickness here - at least, not entirely. Traveling is one of my main passions in life, and yet I still experience an uneasy restlessness when I'm in a new place. It doesn't matter how amazing the destination is, I simply cannot settle. It's something we don't like to talk about for fear of being regarded as less of an '[...]

10 signs you've just had a South East Asian holiday

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So, you went to South East Asia? And once the holidays are over you try to hold on to the last rays of sunshine in your mind, whether you are aware of it or not. You sport a tan and smug grin which are sure signs that you have just returned from the sunny shores of the Philippines, the ancient temples in Thailand or from playing with monkeys in Borneo. Whi[...]

Why You Should Let Travel Break Your Heart

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A little while ago, one of the members of our Travelettes Facebook Group asked whether anyone had tips for dealing with the bottomless despair she was feeling upon her return from an amazing trip. In the preceding months she had been discovering new places, sharing rides with strangers, living in a big collective house with like-minded folks, and gotten swep[...]

30 ways to beat Post-Holiday Blues

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Did you feel that? That chill in the air? That's autumn settling in and he will be shortly followed by his scary big brother, winter. Unless us ladies of the Northern Hemisphere luck out with an Indian summer it's time to face facts that the summer season is drawing to a close and many of us will be suffering from post-holiday blues. However, there are a few[...]

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