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Coping Tips for Being with a Woman Who Loves to Travel




First you need to know that She's a rare breed. She's constantly growing, changing and evolving into the best version of herself, all while leaving her mark on the world.
She has a remarkable spirit that can lift even the darkest of souls, and you'll never have to question her loyalty because she makes it very clear where she stands on everything.
She's not afraid to think for herself. While she may seem like an intimidating package on the outside, first-class stamped and air-mailed to meet you in the most exotic of locations, just know that when and if you get this special delivery, she will truly be a gift. <3





  • She wants you, but she doesn't need you. Solo travelers, by nature, are independent and daring souls. They've navigated the most confusing of railways and survived horror stories from remote locations in the world. She can hold her own with or without you and despite the rumors of having sugar daddies funding her lifestyle, she only wishes she could be so lucky. Ha! But really.



  • Understand she's been single for a reason. She's learned through travel how short and fleeting life can be, and she wouldn't dare waste it on the wrong person, especially when that hinders the chances for the right one to come along.It's easy to be in a relationship; it's hard to be in one of substance, maturity and mutual growth. She's okay ridin' solo for as long as destiny sees fit. Not to mention, she probably sucks at flirting. So, there's also that.



  • She will value experiences over material things.

Skip the overpriced bouquet of flowers and take her to a hidden garden instead. You bring the fun energy, and she'll bring the stories. That will mean so much more to her than an expensive restaurant.


  • She has a home, but it's more of a feeling than a place.

Everyone has a home base they return to after a while of traveling. But, because she's met so many kind and generous souls on the road, she can make a home wherever she goes.
The idea of having to fly thousands of miles to celebrate every major holiday is no longer a burden for her because she will make the most of any situation no matter where she is.


  • Be positive, or be gone.

Solo travelers have learned how to escape the three "D's" of travel: danger, death and deportation. She stays optimistic because it could always be worse.
The last thing she needs is a cloud of negativity reminding her of every worst-case scenario and safety precaution.
She's a calculated risk-taker. She will always make sure the rewards outweighs the risks.
And, as long as danger, death or deportation have yet to halt her journey, don't add to the list and be a douchebag to ruin her winning streak.





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