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Travelling Brings True Happiness Than
Buying Things

Travel is good for lots of things, but it can also increase mental well-being – and not just in the short-term. Whether you’re traveling for business, on a one-week family holiday, or have sold everything to pursue a life on the road, traveling can make you a happier person by building self-confidence, providing new experiences and memories, breaking routine and allowing you to meet people from all over the world. Recent research has proven beyond a reasonable doubt that one road to happiness is travelling. The Happiness 360 Conference in partnership with the UN’s World Tourism Organization established that the happiest people on earth travel more.

1. Vacations Instead of giving Toys to children

According to neuroscientists, when we travel, we rewire our brains. This is because new experiences are the key to building new neural pathways in the brain. By rewiring your brain, you become more creative and accepting of new ideas.

2. Rewire Your Brain

According to neuroscientists, when we travel, we rewire our brains. This is because new experiences are the key to building new neural pathways in the brain. By rewiring your brain, you become more creative and accepting of new ideas.

3. Relationships

The happiest people are the ones with the strongest connections to others, be it family, friends or the general community. One of the best ways to improve these relationships is by travelling together and experiencing new things together. You will find that it creates an opportunity to have some of the most important memories of your life, and this level of connection does wonders for relationships.

4. It Builds Connections

Through travel, you get to meet new people, people that you otherwise would never have met. You get to establish new relationships and start forming connections with new people, which contributes to your overall happiness in life.

5. Experiences Are More Valuable Than Things

Studies have shown that we value our experiences more than any material possessions we may own. Spending money on a new experience is more important than buying something new because the experience stays with you forever and you can always take it with you wherever you go. when people are reminded of the good experience they had before, they instantly become much happier. As we age, this phenomenon only increases. Our overall satisfaction with experiences increases while the joy and satisfaction we get from buying new things reduces.

How to stay healthy on a plane as coronavirus, flu, colds raise travel concerns

 

So if we are dealing with a new virus, please Wash your hands, carry hand sanitizer, avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth and keep your air vents above you in the planes on and pointed away from you!

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