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Solo Traveling

Updated: Aug 12, 2021

“Solitude is dangerous. It’s very addictive. It becomes a habit after you realize how peaceful and calm it is. It’s like you don’t want to deal with people anymore because they drain your energy.” - Jim Carrey

Oh me oh my.

How beautiful it is.

The most extraordinary experience of my life.

There is a strength found in being alone. A superpower really.

It is something you can not be told, you have to experience it for yourself.

It’s quite scary, not going to lie. In the beginning you’ve never felt so alone, but once you begin to truly love and appreciate your own presence, well you can never be alone again. You build this confidence. You feel you can achieve and do anything in the world because you don’t actually need anyone or anything.

I strongly recommend everyone try it. It’s like anything, when you switch diets, your body goes through a detox and it’s tough, but soon enough you start to reap rewards and have never felt better!

Your comfort zone physically grows. I’m not even kidding you feel physical changes. You feel growing pains on a spiritual level, which effects the mind and body. It is the coolest thing!! That’s when you really know you’re growing. It’s courage and confidence. They go hand in hand and feed off of each other.

I am honestly way more social here than I was in Vancouver. There are so many people out there doing the exact same thing! You connect with individuals on a whole new level. I also don’t believe you meet anyone by coincidence. So there’s this mystery to each new person that you have an encounter with.


  • Personally, I am extremely indecisive. It has really been a weakness of mine and bothers me often. A few years ago I had researched ways to get over indecision because it holds me back