Over the last couple of years, I’ve been home about ten days/month, on average. So I’d be lying if I didn’t say that I’ve experienced my fair share of travel burnout.
Being able to travel a lot is exciting. I’m young, able-bodied, and don’t have any pets or children holding me back right now. Plus, I’m my own boss and can work from anywhere as long as I have a camera and a laptop. I have the opportunity to see the world, and you bet I’m going to take advantage of it.
However, being on the road a lot is far from glamorous. Travel can be very draining, physically, and mentally. I’ve learned a lot about myself and my limits over the last couple of years. So here’s how I avoid travel burnout.