5 Ways to Curb Your Wanderlust Until Your Next Trip

Sometimes your wanderlust hits, but you can’t pick up and go-whether it be because timing, financial reasons or work obligations. It’s a static feeling. Satisfy your soul and beat the stagnancy with these 5 tips to curb your wanderlust.

See a touring exhibition or performance. Museums, galleries and live performance venues all offer roving art that changes out. Take advantage of your adventurous streak and book tickets to see something fresh that is in town for a select amount of time.

Take time outdoors to breathe fresh air. We spend a lot of time indoors; at work, at home, during workouts, through meetings. Changing your scenery is a great way to reframe your mind and reopen your heart.

Keep watch on flight deals. Set price alerts on destinations that you have your heart set on. Sites like Travel Zoo are a great resource for doing so. If you aren’t sure where you want to go next, Flight Scanner is a fantastic app that finds low cost flights all over the world!

Find local deals on experiences. Who says you have to roam far for adventure, one-of-a-kind experiences are close to home! Scan Groupon and Living Social for deals on activities or services that you’ve never tried. These sites have something for every price point.

Research and plan your next adventure. So maybe right now if not your time, but in a month, six months, or a year- you’ll be ready to book your next trip. Use your down time from traveling to thoroughly plan and research cool places and must-see attractions in the area you’re visiting. Guaranteed, your trip will be even more special with great planning, plus the building anticipation! IMG_4525

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