Stilettos and purses will no longer lure her because she’s become a person who prioritizes experiences over materialistic things. Nothing can satiate her soul than travelling to far off places.
4. She’ll no more be scared of the world
“The world is nasty”, “people are dangerous….” .are the kind of words we have been hearing right from kindergarten days.
But, woman who travels solo, realizes that the world isn’t that scary, after all. It’s an undeniable fact. There’s no telling how far she will go.
Meeting inspiring people and investing time in lifetime experiences, she will stop fearing the unknown. She will ignore stereotypes she once believed were true, learn to be kind to strangers, overcome self-doubt, trust people, relate to Bedouin in the desert or a Hmong tribeswoman in China and make some more powerful realizations.
5. She’ll become stronger
Navigating the world solo, she will learn to solve her problems all alone. And that gives her enough strength to serve as the captain of the ship. Eventually, she’ll come out as a fearless, brave and unstoppable individual.
Most incredible of all, she’ll stop seeking external validation as much as she did before. She’ll be the epitome of self-love – enjoying her own company and prioritizing only the most nurturing friendships and give in to desires that are entirely hers.
She will choose herself over anyone or anything else in this world. Because she loves and respects herself immensely. And that’s an out-of-the-world feeling.
6. She’ll become fiercely independent
A woman who travels alone will never come back. Habituated to take her own responsibility and manage everything single-handedly, she turns into a free spirit. She knows how to appreciate moments and people instead of things.
As she realises how capable she is, it’s hard to tame her. She won’t seek your help or wait for your approval to make decisions of her life. Being self-sufficient, she will never rely on others for safety and security. Having no ties to anyone or anything, she will always look towards the horizon rather than to other people for her happiness.
Gaining a deeper perspective on life based on her solo travel experiences, she will change for the better.
But, she will never stop travelling for anyone or anything. She will never come back.
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