With the coronavirus pandemic encroaching on our freedoms, we can feel a little isolated. While we understand the need to remain socially distant, stay at home, and wash our hands, we can still feel the itchy feet feelings of wanderlust. Not being able to travel and see the world can make us depressed. However, everything we are going through now is temporary. The world will open up again and we can utilise this time to plan our next big travel adventure in 2021. Planning your trip can help you to focus on something positive that you can look forward to. Travelling really is good for your health. Read on to find out why.

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Stress Reliever

Travelling to a new destination to immerse yourself in a new culture, to try new cuisine, and to witness new vistas is a natural stress reliever. You no longer have to stick to a rigid routine, head to work to suffer under an overbearing boss, and struggle to sleep every night because your mind is whirring with worries. Instead, you are free. You can embark on activities and sightseeing tours that will help you to broaden your horizons and grow as an individual. Travelling gives you more control over your life and can help you to see things through more positive eyes.


Having nothing but your immediate environment to look at all day, every day, can lead to us feeling low and anxious. Travel is great for your mental health as it allows you to see new vistas and enjoy new environments. Seeing different, new, and exciting things allows us to think about other things other than our worries from home. If you are a spectacle wearer, visit this website to ensure that you have spare pairs of glasses to take with you on your travels. This way, you will never have to worry about not being able to see the wonderful world around you. 

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Confidence Boost

If you are feeling like your self-esteem has been sapped during the coronavirus pandemic, you need to find something that can boost your confidence. The easiest way to do this is to embark on some travel adventures. You could choose to plan a trip to trek the Inca Trail to embark on some solo hiking or you could choose to hunt for the Northern Lights in Iceland. Hot footing it to a new destination to achieve something mentally, physically, or emotionally challenging can help to boost your confidence. Meeting new people, learning a new language, and becoming part of the fabric of a different community gives you the chance to explore different sides of your personality.

If you are eager to improve your mental well being, boost your confidence, and relieve stress, you need to spend the rest of 2020 planning your incredible travel adventure for 2021. The pandemic may not be over but the world will soon begin opening up once again. The world really is your oyster and exploring it is great for your health.

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I’m Stacey, in my mid-late 30’s, from a tiny village (officially a hamlet) in Lincolnshire.

I’m a mum to two handsome boys. They’re both diagnosed autistic but that only makes them different, not less. Barney, a Frenchie x Beagle, is my furbaby. Owner of a husband too!

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