If you want to use your career break to create more meaning in your life, if you currently feel a lack of purpose in your day-to-day, or if you are looking to be more connected to yourself and to the world, then this is for you!
We often really only think of the travel portion itself when considering taking a sabbatical, but there are a few other stages of the journey to take into account too. The wind down leading up to it, the logistics of the trip itself, and the reintegration period afterwards – all 3 stages should be considered when planning the money aspect of a sabbatical.
Much like a sabbatical, mini-retirements can leave us feeling more fulfilled, at peace, and also more productive! Here’s all you need to know!
One of the concerns we hear from people who travel for long periods of time, or who desire to, is the prospect of loneliness and feeling isolated, especially if you’re planning to travel solo for your sabbatical.
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You’ve given your notice to your company. You’re getting ready to leave on your sabbatical. But before you go, you still have a few things to take care of…like what to do with your 401(k) now that you’ve quit your job.
If you’re dreaming of that sabbatical, but you’re not quite sure that you can make it happen, this post was written with you in mind! We’ve answered your most urgent questions!