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How Travel Styles Can Change. And How That Is Okay.

For any backpacker who has travelled for any length of time they may have noticed that the way they travel changed over time. I travelled the world throughout my twenties, then my thirties, and had an amazing time doing it. But as I approach travelling the world in my forties I am starting to reflect more and more on how different my experiences were from when I first started travelling to now, how the way I travel has changed, and how that is okay!

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How To Include A Gap Year Or World Travel On Your CV.

For anyone dreaming of travelling the world, having that huge gap in their CV or work history is a huge worry, but it doesn’t have to be. Taking a gap year to travel the world can make your CV look great and even help your career. If you know how to spin it right. Here’s how you can include travel on your CV to your benefit.

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8 Easy Steps To Quit Your Job And Travel The World.

Quitting your job to travel the world is a dream for many, but the reality isn’t quite as simple as that and there are some careful practicalities to consider if you want to follow that dream. Here are 8 steps you need to take if you want to quit your job to travel.

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Why Taking A Career Break To Travel Is A Good Idea.

Fitting your work and your life around your dreams of travelling the world is not only possible, but by taking career breaks when it suits you and not your employer you could be doing yourself a whole multitude of favours too.

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A Gap Year Is For Life, Not Just When You Graduate!

A gap year is still seen as a privilege of youth, as an indulgence of time and lack of responsibility that only those just graduating from university or still in their early twenties can afford. At no time as that ever been more wrong than it is today.

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How Travelling In Your 30s Is Different Than In Your 20s.

Is taking a gap year different in your 30’s than it is travelling around the world in your 20’s? Read on to find out.

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Why Employers Should Be More Open Minded About Annual Leave.

Annual leave is no longer fit for purpose, but travellers dreaming of a gap year don’t have to quit their jobs to travel the world, they just need a paradigm change, and more importantly, their employers do too.

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