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Travel stories, inspiration, news and musing

We are the dreamers, the seekers, the travellers, the adventurers, the optimists. It's nice to meet you! There are lots of us with the same DNA - we look forward to sharing the journey with you.

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5 elements of a grand travel year!

Elissa Webster

I have become a master of planning out my leisure time. Why would I want to put structure around something as liberating as a holiday? Because a) it helps me squeeze every last drop of holiday time out of my year, b) it gives me plenty of time to look forward to the next adventure as soon as I've returned from the last one, and c) it means I can hunt down the best deals and nut out the best things to see and do - which in turns enables point a). Here are the five elements that I think comprise an awesome year of travel, complete with recommended dosages! Enjoy!

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Love where you live

Elissa Webster

As you may have gathered, I like to travel (understatement noted). And because I love it so much, I spend a fair bit of time thinking about it - pondering places I've been, dreaming of places I'd like to go.

Travelling - the anticipation, the planning, the experience, the memory of it - makes me feel really and truly alive.

But lately I've been thinking there's a danger lurking there. That feting travel too lavishly, that wanting the next adventure rush too badly, can actually steal the joy of the present. It can make you blind to the amazingness of the place where you are, right now and every day. Home.

And you know what? Where I live is absolutely awesome. It's the kind of place that other people dream about travelling to.

So this week, I'm going to remember to celebrate where I live and the people who make it what it is. And next week? Well, it depends what flight sales land in my inbox - but I'll try.

Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.  - Theodore Roosevelt