How I Became A Traveler

How I Became A Traveler

Hi! 🙂 I’m Blossom, a half Brit/half American who left the U.S. to explore the world solo. The superficial way of life in Miami  just wasn’t for me, and I decided I had to move on to other pastures. I decided to get rid of these useless ‘things’ we think we need every day, and packed almost everything I owned into one suitcase. It was truly a weight off my shoulders, and I felt much better after getting rid of all the useless clutter in my life and deciding to go see the world! It was a lot easier than I thought it would be to just pick up and leave and travel like I’d always wanted to. The hardest part is just doing it!!! The only thing that ever holds anyone back in life is their own fear.

Before starting this blog, I’d already traveled to parts of Europe, India, and Peru. I was raised and lived most of my life in Omaha, Nebraska. Midwest America definitely isn’t a cultural mecca, and when I was living there I always had an itch to learn more about other cultures and get a taste of the world. Unfortunately, not many Americans travel internationally, and many don’t even own a passport. It’s a shame really, since there’s so much out there to experience and explore. So far , I’ve been lucky enough to travel to 15 countries. Where to next?

 

The perfect sunrise at Ankor Wat, Cambodia

 

After realizing that one of my greatest loves in life is travel, I became a true wanderer. I love traveling solo, even though it can be really challenging at times, especially being a woman on your own! Ultimately, the only thing holding you back in life is your own self doubt. My best advice is to go after what inspires you, and don’t let anything hold you back!

 

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