Plan Your Summer Getaway Before Summer Goes Away

Don’t let summer pass you by without planning that trip you’ve always wanted to go on. It’s not too late yet – there’s still time left to make your mark and make this summer an unforgettable one.

The main reason I wrote my travel book, was my desire to motivate you to “just fly”. I wanted to encourage as many people as possible to book that trip they’ve been thinking about for some time now.

I’ve told the story many times at live events and public talks: as a travel photographer I exhibit my work that I have for sale at various art shows and events. While pondering over the pictures, people often say, “I’ve always wanted to go there”. It makes me a little sad sometimes, because I know it’s not as simple as responding with “so why don’t you go”, or “why haven’t you gone yet”.

There are all sorts of reasons as to why it’s not that easy: responsibilities at home, a demanding career, or financial reasons. After all, travel isn’t cheap, right? But regardless of all those excuses and limiting circumstances, there’s (at least) that one place in the back of your mind that you’ve always wanted to see, but never did. The one you’re thinking about right now. Am I right?

I hope to encourage you to make what might seem to be a difficult decision, and just go for it. Not to ignore, but to overcome, and find solutions for all those reasons that might have discouraged you from packing your bags, to go explore, dream, and live your life.

Travel Resources

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing beach vacation or soaking up culture in Europe, explore the Travel section of Living by Experience to help you make the most of it.

Other links to help you get started on planning that dream trip:

For a limited time, I’m giving away my Travel hacking book for free. I’ve paid for these books myself to help spread the benefits of travel. All I ask you is to pay for shipping. Supplies are limited – grab yours while you can.

Text me the hashtag #freebook to 604-210-8668 to get a special link to claim your free book.

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