To overcome homesickness you first must understand where it comes from - the human need for connection, love, and security.
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When you volunteer it is sometimes difficult to explain to others why you do it. Why spend your time building a house when you could be at the beach? Why volunteer when you could work and earn money? Wouldn’t work experience be more beneficial? As a volunteer you know there is nothing more rewarding or beneficial than your work.
If you think gap years are all about drinking and killing brain cells you might have to rethink your whole understanding of the concept. The truth is that you can learn loads of new skills by taking some time off studying and exploring the world lurking outside the classrooms, a place most of us, sadly enough, don’t dedicate enough time to. But we should.
Did you use to dream of drinking a poison that could turn you into an animal? Or maybe you still wish you could become a lion, a sharp-toothed wolf or a kingly hawk? Well, the bad news is that there is no magical formula that can turn humans into animals, but do you even have to? Follow Frontier’s guidelines and learn the skills necessary to survive in the wilderness – who wants to be civilised, right? Transform yourself over the course of just 4 weeks!
Perhaps you’ve travelled in the past and have itchy feet from being in one place too long, or perhaps you’ve never left the country before but can’t stop wondering what’s out there, either way you’ve caught the wanderlust and now you need a cure.
We spoke to Miles of Smiles about how sharing happiness can give happiness and why the Miles of Smiles team are so enthusiatic about giving back. An inspiring story of three guys who wanted to combine travelling the world with sharing happiness to those who help them along the way.