If I Could Write a Letter to My Inner Student Traveler
Managing Money for 30,000 Feet Above

Studying the Art of Travel

For so many of us, travel is just something that we do - whether it be for business, vacation, or otherwise. But for me, travel is more than just a passing hobby. Instead, it's a way of life that I've come to embrace. Personally speaking, I'm never truly happy until I've got a suitcase in my hands.

Very recently, a friend of mine asked me what inspired my love of travel. It was an easy question to answer: my very first international student travels, as a 17-year-old exchange student off to Germany. While it was an easy question to answer, I hadn't stopped in a long time to answer the question of "why did it inspire such a love of travel?"

In the latest edition of the Travel Insure blog, I revisit that trip that would ultimately define my career choice, and what made it so special. Click here to read more about how a simple exchange trip changed the way I looked at my life - and helped define a passion that I still hold to this day.

Is travel just something you do, or do you enjoy getting on an airplane at every given opportunity? When did you discover your own passions for travel? Leave me a comment over at the Travel Insure blog!

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