What Would You Do If…
If while travelling abroad with your partner for about three years your relationship starts to break down, resulting in a break up and going separate ways.
About The Guest(s)
Nora has traveled full-time for 12 years and continues to travel half the year. She’s lived in and traveled through 60+ countries and counting. She is an expert on travel, personal finance (as a former CFP), and lifestyle design and has coined the term financially sustainable travel. It’s not about budget travel (though she’s done a bunch of that), nor is it about being environmentally sustainable (though she’s a big advocate of that too). It’s about making money successfully, spending money smartly, and managing it wisely – all in the arena of lifestyle travel. These three pillars form the foundation of her website.
Resources. Tips & Tricks:
- Travel accelerates the natural progression of a relationship
- Through travel, you will learn a lot about yourself.
You’ll also learn a lot about the person you’re travelling with
- Travel inherently put you in stressful situations (out of your comfort zone, no familiarity, no stability – stuff will always go wrong)
- Not being on the same page with regards to the trip can lead to problems
- Not being on the same page with regards to finances can lead to problems
- When travelling long term you are going to spend 24 hours with each other.
- A lot of the listed issue can occur when travelling with friends as well
- The easiest way to avoid problems is by having good communication
Related Blog Posts, Podcast Episodes & Books:
- Brace Yourself: Travel Isn’t All Roses and Lollipops – The Professional Hobo
- My Sordid Attempts at Finding Love on the Road – The Professional Hobo
- Romance on the Road – The Professional Hobo
- The Day I Was Dumped Via Instant Message – The Professional Hobo
- How to Get Free Accommodation Around the World – Nora Dunn