in this generation’s lingo would mean “Too Much Information.” Ordinarily, it’s
modern slang with a negative tone. When you say it to another person, it would
mean that he or she is “oversharing” or “talking about something unnecessary.”
However, sharing too much information isn’t bad at all times. There are times
when TMI can save you from trouble.
travelling for example.
of us dream of expanding our horizons and exploring the great outdoors. We want
to get to know the world better; we want to put ourselves out there. Really, I
can’t think of one person who would willingly decline a free trip somewhere.
Maybe the only time that can happen is if the person is already loaded and can
go travel anytime he wants or if he absolutely has his hands tied with more
To dream of becoming a traveler is a wonderful thing. After all, it is the only expense that makes you richer – in mind and in spirit. When you explore what this world has to offer, you’ll find more than just views and sceneries. You will also find yourself. And I believe that is the most amazing thing ever. Check this out: https://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifestyle/5-reasons-traveling-changes-your-life.html.
Habit of spending way too much money for a trip
although it is a worthwhile expense, there are times when it really gets a tad
too expensive, like literally. This shouldn’t really come as a surprise but
travellers who live by the motto “seize the moment” and/or “You Only Live
Once/YOLO” tend to be big spenders! They have this habit of spending way too
much money for a trip because they think that it is only natural. Well, let me
tell you something: It is not.
Spending more does not mean that you get to enjoy an experience more. Sometimes, being a little too extravagant during a trip defeats the entire purpose of it all. If you truly want a worthwhile experience, the best way to achieve it is to experience every place in its rawest form. You have to be like the locals, eat like the locals, and get by like the locals. It is only when you immerse yourself with a place’s culture and atmosphere that you can extract something really meaningful from your journey.
This is why before you go adventuring anywhere and before you end up spending a ton of money for a shallow, touristy experience, I suggest that you check out travel guides and websites for tips and tricks on how to savor your journey better. Travel websites like Travel TMI offer great pointers when it comes to choosing places to visit, how to budget, what to pack, how to naturally blend in with the locals, and the like. You can go online and check their website to learn more about travel TMI.
Also, for budget adventurers, these resource sites can help you find the most affordable places to travel to and visit. They have a lot of info and material as well as practical guides for your next and future trips. They’re pretty much free anyway so they’re definitely worth checking out. As for our own tips, here’s a few that we think all travelers should be aware about:
You are going on a trip, okay? You’re not moving cross-country. Bringing your entire wardrobe or packing unnecessary stuff like a dozen of books that you won’t get to read anyway are totally unnecessary. Packing light will help you hop from one place to another with much ease. Also, it will help manage your baggage fees so only bring what you absolutely need!
Don’t Exchange All Your Money
First time travelers are often worried about running out of money in an unfamiliar place so they tend to convert everything they have to the local currency on the get-go (usually at the airport). Well, don’t do this. For one, most places would have ATM machines that receive international bank cards so you can always cash out if you ever run out of funds. Also, exchanging all your money will make you spend more than the budget. Read more about this in this website.
Make Friends With The Locals
When you’re travelling alone, you’re compelled to talk to the locals to get around. But when you’re travelling with a friend/s, you tend to just talk to them the whole time. While it’s good to have friends with you, make an effort to get to know the local people. You see your friends all the time but as for these new people, you may only get one chance to get to know them. Make it count. – Travel Feeder
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