Research and science proves it! Travel is good for you.
11 Scientific Reasons Why Travel is Good For You
Want your kids to be smarter and do well in school? Travel with them! Studies find kids who travel do better than those who don’t.
A new study has found that the key to happiness is to forgo spending money on material possessions and invest in new experiences instead. Buy experiences, not things.
The results of a new study support what most travelers, including the late Mark Twain, have always known to be true: Traveling abroad makes you a more trusting, empathetic and open-minded person.
Spend a few months in another country and you’ll become friendlier, more open-minded and more emotionally stable.
A study that analyzed tweets on Twitter found that the further people travel from home, the happier they become.
A study has found that travel can lower your blood pressure, improve your immune system, make you smart and help you live longer.
According to an article in Psychology Today, “Truly happy people seem to have an intuitive grasp of the fact that sustained happiness is not just about doing things that you like. It also requires growth and adventuring beyond the boundaries of your comfort zone.”
Having an active imagination, a love for learning and a craving for variety are just some of the personality traits that all travel-lovers share.
Research has found people who crave new experiences and change in their lives (I.e, “travelers”) are, on the whole, more content than those who do not.
Couples who travel together have better sex lives than those who don’t.