The hustle and bustle in today's society makes the struggle to meet new people an overwhelming fear. Opportunities to connect with others and forge connections present themselves few and far between whether you’re a young adult or seasoned. This is why we have compiled a list of cities where you can develop new relationships while traveling. Traveling is not just for exploring new places and experiencing new cultures; it is also about expanding your norm and meeting new people you would never have in your typical day-to-day life.
An unexpected challenge to becoming an adult is the difficulty you’re faced with in making new friends. Aside from childhood bonds and colleagues from work, the opportunity to forge friendships are few and far between. This has nothing to do with you and much to do with the busy lives of adults and lack of energy in nursing new friendships. That is why we have compiled a list of things you can change and try in your daily life.
Promoting your Trip is just as important as creating it. The amount of traction you get on your Trip Idea or Planned Trip depends on how much effort you put into sharing it with the world. but everyone needs to start somewhere.
The time has come and the SXSW festival in Austin Texas is quickly approaching for its ten-day extravaganza! For seasoned attendees and locals, this can be a walk in the park. Still, for first-time attendees, it may seem a little intimidating to navigate the endless festivals, conferences, and exhibitions going on. That's why we’ve set up the ultimate travel guide for the 2023 SXSW.
The cost of living is at an all-time high. No matter where you’re living, you’re probably experiencing inflation. Gas prices, grocery bills, and home and rental costs are all through the roof. In an attempt to find affordable housing in addition to a rise in popularity amongst the circular economy, shared living is on the rise. People everywhere in all social classes are searching for economical ways to live, and build communities.
There are a variety of factors that may contribute to anxiety when embarking on a new adventure. According to mental health America, 15 million or 7% of American adults suffer from social anxiety that can lead to isolation. Research has linked social isolation and loneliness to higher risks for a variety of physical and mental conditions including high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, a weakened immune system, anxiety, depression, and so much more. People that are socially isolated are less able to deal with stressful social situations, and have more difficulty processing information and making decisions.
Have you ever thought about what it would be like to gather a group of complete strangers for an intimate experience? A few months ago, we beta tested the Bunking concept by bringing together a group of eight young professionals to live together for an entire week. We gathered in Prince Edward County in a beautiful scenic home by the water.
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