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absolutely! thats what im trying to do!
There’s no time frame to find true love. The most important thing is to figure out who YOU, YOURSELF are, and maybe travel is key to that. So go for it!
When you know yourself, you’ll be ready to find your partner.
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you can wait as long as you want. i’m 24 and have been single for over 4 years because i’ve been so focused on traveling. it’s too hard for me to form a relationship with someone with this lifestyle. i don’t intend to get married until i’m at least 30. you need your 20s to have opportunities and figure out who you are (though you’ll do that for the rest of your life i suppose…).
relationships are hard to keep if you travel a lot. and sometimes it can be lonely. but you’ll make friends along the way. and i’ve seen so much. i’ve done more than i could have possibly done in a relationship.
and you never know. someone might come out of the blue unexpectedly, when you least expect it. maybe it’ll be someone who wants the same thing.
i’ve rambled a bit, but i hope that helps!
Lindsey is contemplating
a lot of people that i have spoke too have actually met their true love while traveling. its just being in the right place at the right time. just take your time and keep yourself happy it happens when you least expect it!
It all depends on how you approach your situation. “True love” is something you make happen, not a lightning bolt, not chance happening. You can love truly and repeatedly, or you can love one person from afar.
Many friends of mine go their separate ways and simply stay monogamous. One friend went to Amsterdam while his girlfriend lived in Spain—and they’ve been together for about 5 years at least.
You just have to make sure you’re with someone trustworthy and that you’re also trustworthy.
To be in a relationship one has to be ready..
If you are thinking about travelling now there is a high possibility you are not ready..
But there are also people who wants both… it takes a huge effort but they made it.. there are also people who wants both but they didnt make it..
there is no right or wrong answer, u need be bold enough to make a decision and stick to it… regrets on not trying an option when you had a chance will become a poison in your heart in the future most of the time. Its better to try and fail rather than not trying at all..
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Falling in love isn’t something you can put on a “to do list”, if it happens, it just happens. Usually when you aren’t looking for it. I’m 29 and just got married this year. If you aren’t ready for it don’t worry about it being too late, just live life and let what happens happen, because on the other hand you don’t want to be so consumed with your life that you don’t see it when it’s staring you in the face.
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I believe, for myself, that by living life to the fullest and by doing what I love, I will ATTRACT mutual love into my life. It isn’t something I can go out and find, yet I can be ready for it when it does arrive.
My life has been full of travel, career, financial success (and not so successful) PLUS much love, in multiple forms, along the way.
miyukisu 2012 so far is the best
You could so easily find love on the way. There’s not an age too old for love and you can’t really put it on a treasure map or anything so, actually, just let it find you!
And have fun!
Sorry I put the answer backwards first D:
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i don’t think so.
there is no “either – or”
if true love is here you will know it.
this has nothing to do what you are doing.
you just have to follow your heart
Yes, I did the same thing but was looking more at 25 to start looking for my love. With that said, don’t shut out someone just because they don’t fit with your life plan. I met my wife when I was 24.
I agree with all of these responses. The journey through finding, keeping and losing love is different for everyone and it certainly has no age limit – especially in today’s culture. The important thing is to love yourself and love what you do. That’s really the hardest part of all.
I do believe that a lot of travel makes it harder to be in a close committed relationship. With that said, there are people who do it. I just don’t find that to be in the norm (kind of like “he’s not that into you” – there are exceptions, but they are exceptions). Developing love requires a lot of time and effort which can be stunted by work, hobbies and other responsibilities. It’s really all about meeting someone that makes everything else not so important anymore. I would venture to guess that will be very true for you, you’ll know it’s real when you’ll want to put the relationship first. You’ll find yourself not traveling as much and being totally ok with that.
The good thing about traveling is that you meet all sorts of people. It gives you plenty of opportunity to broaden your network.
Be open to opportunities, be loving, be kind, be positive and you will find that person to share your life with. Just make sure there’s enough time in your schedule to cultivate new and old friendships/relationships.
you cant really choose when to find love love is something youcant controlits random and mysterious. thats what makes so god damn beautifull.
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you can wait as long as you want to. i wish i had waited and had not dated all the guys i did b/c i didn’t find one worth keeping till i was 26.
just do things in your own time, life your life your way so you will have less regrets when you are older.
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