For those who cross the globe on business or on vacation at least several times a year, flying is not surprising. Booking tickets, baggage claim, passport control, transit area – everything is commonplace and has long been familiar.
It’s hard to remember what it was like – your first flight. Maybe your breath caught, “goosebumps” ran around your skin, or maybe you wanted to joyfully run around the cabin, but the stewardess’s warning look didn’t let her dream come true? Continue reading
If the company is not located for the trip, this is not a problem: traveling alone can be no less exciting and interesting. A few years ago, in travel trends, a new type of tourism came to leadership positions – solo travel and its rating is still successfully maintained. Many trips and stereotypes are associated with such trips, but instead of being afraid and sitting at home, it is better to thoroughly prepare for the trip and go on an adventure. What is solo-travel and why is it worth trying this kind of vacation?
According to research by the University of Queensland (Australia), a vacation without friends and family allows you to not only be alone with yourself, but also returns psychological control over life. In the rhythm of the 21st century, it’s difficult to stop – you need to run, invent, realize, develop, but, most importantly, do not slow down. In solo travels, everything is different – here you set the rhythm of your trip, do not adjust to the outside world and allow yourself to relax. Continue reading
Imagine your receptors at once ceased to perceive surrounding “irritants”. Favorite morning coffee! Hmm, the beckoning aroma and sweet-bitter taste disappeared, the fingers do not feel the hardness and warmth of the cup, and the light is dim and no sounds are heard … Is it terrible? Not that word!
Even if the sensitivity of the sensory organs does not disappear, but becomes dulled, life turns gray, ceases to please and leads to apathy, soreness … For a long time, sensory starvation drove people to madness and serious health problems. This indicates not so much the harm of deprivation, but the huge need for sensory enrichment. The best prevention is a journey for aesthetic healing and more. Continue reading