Why You Should Quit Your Unhappy Job And Travel

Palm Tree

If you clicked on this article, chances are, you are a 20-something or 30-something full-time employee who feels like you’ve been tolerating the humdrum 9-to-6 life for far too long.

So here’s an idea: quit. Then pack your bags, and go travelling. Yes, make that drastic decision, be a little daredevil – you won’t regret it. Let me tell you why you should quit your unhappy job and travel.


Editor’s Note April 2013


Travelling is the only thing you buy that makes you richer.

I have always advocated seeing the world because there are no nother ways to educate and better yourself than to get out of your comfort zone and be awed by the vast horizons and boundless skies of the world.

In 2012, I vowed to visit a city once a month, I accomplished it, and was beyond pleased with myself. 2013 has kick-started well with a few trips by far, and a few more planned for the next quarter. In the month of April, we celebrate travelling, because we all deserve to learn.

Expect articles on travelling on a budget, where to stay, packing tips, places to eat and postcards from the cities worth visiting. I am a voyager, and I will always want to be one. You can, too. Here’s to leading a fulfilling life and seeing the world to enrich ourselves.

Have a happy April!

5 Budget Travel Tips

Budget Travel Tips

Words by Anlin Melina, photos by ladyironchef.

Henry Rollins famously wrote that he begs young people to travel to “have your mind blown, eat interesting food, dig some interesting people, (and) have an adventure.” I couldn’t agree more with him. However, travelling seems to be a luxurious and expensive thing to do for some people. Really? Well, it doesn’t have to be that way.

Here are 5 tips on budget travelling – let us show you how to get the best deals and save the dollar notes on your travel.


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