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Whether you’re wanting to plan a sabbatical, currently on one or returning from an extended break,
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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!
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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As you plan out your sabbatical, especially if you’re aiming to focus on your health and wellbeing, consider traveling to one of the five Blue Zones. Soak up the wisdom of the locals and experience the magic for yourself.
Our sabbaticals looked different. We had two very unique experiences. But we agree that it is one of the best decisions we’ve both ever made.
Taking a sabbatical taught us a number of things.
If you’re hesitating to go on your own adventure, if you doubt it will be beneficial to you, then this post is for you. It provides a glimpse into the lifelong impact the experience can have.
Getting your financial team in place can help you feel more confident in your tax reporting and can help avoid costly mistakes. If you think you might need someone to help with your taxes, but you don’t know who or when to ask, this is for you!
We are here to bust the myth that traveling is only for the wealthy, with some practical and realistic tips on how to budget for your perfect trip. Chances are, it’s far more possible to travel than you think!
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