Now is a time to stay at home.
What a wonderful world! And what in the world do we do now? Heed the messages to self-quarantine so we do not spread this virus to others who are more vulnerable than ourselves.
You are not alone; the entire world is going through this. My thoughts…..One day we’ll be listening to songs on the radio about where we were during coronavirus. The COVID-19 virus is this generation’s 9/11. Both events have had global impact and changed the way we go about everyday life.
A cheer erupts as the crisp, white double doors open. The music that had been previously contained within the room suddenly spills out, bass pounding down the otherwise silent hallway. I walk forward and I’m greeted by enthusiastic women on both sides of me; some give high-fives, others give hugs, all of them wear beaming smiles. Am I at a concert? Some sort of pep rally? No, it’s just the opening day of the Book More Travel Workshop.
With the month of December coming to a close, the new year is right around the corner. Although any time is a good time to start anew, there’s something about January and the beginning of a fresh year that feels like the right time to get an early start on goals or make the change you’ve been thinking about for months. In 2020 where does travel land in your list of goals? Maybe one of the ones below will resonate with you.
Levels of Travel
If you’ve been following along with the Life’s Journey Travel Instagram or Facebook page, you’ll know that we’ve been focused on solo traveling lately. If you’ve never gone on a solo trip, you may be curious as to why someone would want to set off into the great unknown alone. Or maybe you have some ideas why, but you aren’t sure how. We have answers.
As I am sure many of you have heard by now, the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France caught fire on the evening of April 15th. This incredible building stood through 856 years of life in France - religious and political power struggles, waves of social reform and turbulence, the birth of kings and the rise of industries. It moved beyond religious boundaries and became a symbol of France itself, which is why people around the world were sickened to watch it burn.
Author: Debra Harris
As founder of Life’s Journey Travel, I’m deeply passionate about creating custom travel experiences that allow my clients to truly savor the journey.