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How The Prince of Travel Team Adjusts To “Life” After a Big Trip

How The Prince of Travel Team Adjusts To “Life” After a Big Trip

Having the opportunity to travel around the world is an amazing and exciting privilege, and here at Prince of Travel, we consider ourselves lucky that we get to explore so many incredible places.

Over the course of our travels, something that we’ve noticed (and we’re sure most every traveller would agree) is that we become a different version of ourselves when travelling compared to when we’re at home.

When travelling, we generally choose to eat what we want, sleep when we want, and do what we want to do when we want to do it.

Comparatively, when at home, most of us have schedules that are dictated (at least in part) by other people and by our many responsibilities, and we also tend to live a life with more routine and less spontaneity and curiosity.

This dissonance between the travel-self and the home-self can make returning from a trip difficult.

Getting back to our home-self takes some adjusting

Coming home can make you feel low energy and sad, and leave your body sluggish and stiff. You might also feel the need to push through this and hustle to get “caught up.”

Obviously, these sorts of negative and hectic feelings are not what you want to bring into your first few days home, so it’s important to be thoughtful and purposeful about what you do as you adjust back into your life after a trip.

In this article, we share personal tips from Prince of Travel team members as well as some general advice to help smooth the transition from your travel life to your home life.

How to Adjust After a Trip

Through our travels, the Prince of Travel team has learned several ways to help ease the transition period between a big trip and our regular life back home.

In our experience, these tips fall into four categories that all benefit from attention: body, mind, soul, and logistics.

Take Care of Your Body

As we mentioned above, one of the joys of travelling is the opportunity to make our own schedule and to do what we want when we want.

For many of us, this includes relaxing, sleeping in and staying out late, taking a break from our gym routines, and indulging in delicious food and drinks.

However, as fun as these travel behaviours are, they’re not necessarily things that serve us well in our everyday lives once we’re back home.

And while it can be a struggle to say goodbye to the more indulgent lifestyle that travel often affords, getting back into a healthy routine is a great way…

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