Most probably it sounds like that because of our thinking. The way we imagine and think about something that exactly the way it appears to our site. And it’s damn true!
For ex- If we are traveling to a particular destination and it’s about 1000kms. Now, see the thinking (every time checking the time, imagining that I will do this and that when I reach, etc.)
A few more points –
You are no enjoying the current moment.
Not interacting with fellow travelers.
Thinking deeply upon something.
Thinking of events happening in the future so early.
These are some of the points which make a traveling sounds hectic.
How to make it easy
Interacting with fellow travelers, try knowing them where they are heading towards. You will definitely find something in common. Make new friends, this will be the most awesome thing to make traveling an easy task.
If the other person sitting next to you is a local, cherry on the cake. You can get to know many things. The insights which only they can tell and the unknown places you can head towards has only been known by them only.
2. Living in present
Try to enjoy the little moments like feeling your surroundings, write something related to and how excited you are. Living and enjoying what’s actually happening at that moment is simply amazing. Not many can do that.
3. The journey
Enjoy the journey equally as the destination you thought of. One of the biggest mistakes we all do is this. Thinking too much of the end destination. Now, what’s happening here is you are living in the future and because of this you are not enjoying the current events…
And that may happen in the future also, you again think of the next step!
4. Keep it simple
Try to make things easy and don’t complicate it. Rethinking can result in bad happenings. So, try to keep it pretty simple. Traveling itself a simple term, it’s we who are complication it. These are some tips that you can utilize and make them work in your favor.
It works for me.
A Passionate Traveler who Explores to see every corner from his eyes and present it through visual and creative writing. The blog covers travel guides of cities and unknown places on an economical budget. See you on the roads 😉