When I was a young woman, alone and ready for adventure, I picked up my backpack and boarded a plane for India. I didn’t come back for months. In some ways, I never came back. But, no matter how much the travel of my youth influenced me, it doesn’t compare to the way that travel in my 60s (and now 70s) makes me feel. Perhaps I’m just a little wiser. Or maybe, I am finally able to slow down and enjoy the journey. But, for whatever reason, traveling as an older solo woman is liberating and powerful. So, in today’s video, I would like to share some thoughts on how travel broadens your perspective at any age. Join us for a cup of tea (or coffee) and a chat. And, if you enjoy the show, please tell one friend about us today. Your support means so much to me!
I just wrote an article on our sister site, Retire Different, about why you should probably keep your retirement a secret. Don’t say I didn’t warn you! – Margaret
Have you taken any trips lately that helped you to see the world in a different way? Do you agree that travel broadens your perspective at any age? Let’s have a chat!