The world traveler
But another part of me wants to leave. Wants to explore. This is obvious to anyone who knows me. I’ve traveled out of the US every year since I was like 10. I’ve lived in 4 countries outside of the US, 3 of which were developing countries, for a total of 5 years of my live. My country list is currently at 25 countries on 5 continents and counting. I love travel and culture so much. I’ve found ways to travel cheaply, safely, and often. I consider myself a “world traveler“.
So what’s the struggle?
Why can’t I figure out if I am a homebody or world traveler? Well… I think it’s because I am a little of both. I want the best of both worlds. The nice thing for me is that I have everything going for me. A wife that I believe is the perfect companion for me. She is beautiful, fun, kind, a great mom, and willing to go wherever I want to go as long as we both feel it is inspired. Now that last point may not seem like a big deal right off hand, but it is. I have talked to many friends and acquaintances over the years that tell me that they would love to travel or live out of the country but their wife isn’t into “that kind of think”. Now, they could just be talk, but I really feel like “my wife won’t go” has got to be at the top of a lot of people’s reasons for not following their [travel] dreams. So right here, right now, shout out to my perfect wife, thank you! ♥️
Can you be both a homebody and a world traveler?
Phillip is a 27 year old father of two. He has visited 25 countries on five continents and lived in four of those countries for over five years. He speaks fluent Italian and Spanish and has a deep passion for family, travel and cultures. He co-founded Yuda Bands in 2009 and has helped provide over 1,200 years of scholarships to youth in developing nations.