Alright, you’ve been to 220 countries. You’ve ridden in the front seat of a speeding Myanmar junta’s jeep, jumped into and splashed around the Citarum river, and kissed a woman (and a man) in Antarctica.
Wait, there’s only like 195 countries.
Point is, you think highly of your well-traveled self. And although the Citarum river swim may be a slight stretch of the truth, you’ve had many crazy and amazing adventures during your world travels.
But now you are pretty much tethered to one place, be it home or expat-land, and are wondering why people sigh when you walk toward them.
Or why your friend has banned comments from you on his blog – I mean, you only called his stories about visiting museums in Italy glib and a complete waste of time twice, for pete’s sake. Can’t the guy take a little constructive criticism?
Yeeah. Here’s some desperately needed advice, even if you don’t think you need it.
Trust me, you probably do.