Practise A Little Kindness, Just Travel!

It’s been a while since I posted my last travel post. Life catches up with us and gets in the way sometimes. But I’m delighted to be back with stories not just about London but stories beyond the capital. Follow these late Summer quotes to ease your travels.

If you’ve been following my blog for a while, it will be of no surprise that I love motivational quotes. The focus of this blog post is a reminder or encouragement about practising good values. Practise A Little Kindness, Just Travel!

Paying attention to life, jobs, our family, relationships, friends and us is paramount. Something dies when we neglect people, our homes or the environment. Just like a flower; if you don’t tend to it, it will wither. If you stay in your comfort zone, you will risk learning about people, places and culture.

‘It wasn’t until I cared for the garden that I truly noticed the flowers and realised that I would lose them forever if they were not watered.’ – James McInerney


Possitivity thru poetry


Accepting that everyone is different is a sign of wisdom and maturity. We are not of the same makeup or temperament. Everyone has his or her interests, likes and dislikes and we work in different spheres of influences. 

‘Everyone is different. We all have our mountain to climb, the dizzy heights that leave people breathless, can also for some, exist at its base.’ – James McInerney

Look out for strugglers when travelling or commuting. You never know what your neighbour, work colleague or the passenger next to you, is dealing with. Don’t be presumptuous! Being kind to people, pets and the environment doesn’t cost much. 

‘Always be kind to everyone that you meet in your travels and remember that flowers bloom when the sun shines. They open up because they trust its warmth. People do too.’ – James McInerney




Poetry corner



Levels of anxiety

Practising a little kindness everyday will help you in your travels and make you feel good about yourself. Do you have an act of kindness to share? Drop me a line or two.