One of the things that I like about traveling alone is the ample time for self-reflection. With that much alone time, self-realizations come in waves, and my recent trip to Italy made me re-think a few things about myself in relation to extroversion, introversion, and loneliness.
Well, folks. It finally happened. I had a good run of staying under budget, two whole months actually, and now… well. Shit happens right?
In February 2019, I went over budget by $89.
And you know what?
I’m still friggin’ proud of myself. I may have gone over budget, but I’ve made so much progress since starting this project back in October! In fact, let’s take a look at just how far I’ve come.
As someone who hops on a plane almost monthly or more these days, I tend to think I have this whole “travel” thing down pat.
I wait till the night before to pack, have my little travel sized bottles for my hair products, and never forget a charger. I’ve never missed a flight (knocking on wood right now), and always arrive at the airport with plenty of time to spare. I have my routine, and everything kind of falls into place.