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Loving Someone Who Travels

With the new trend seemingly leading towards twenty-something year old women leaving their homes instead of the traditional settled-down lifestyle, how do people cope? This article has some insight on how family and friends can learn to adjust to their wanderlust-ridden girls.

“There’s a lot of controversy lately about us girls who travel. Some people tell you to date us, while others warn you away. I’m not going to do either — it’s your choice whether you want to date a girl who travels or not. But what you can’t always choose is whether or not you fall in love with her. That, my friend, is a risk you can’t prevent. Before you fall for the girl with the wind-blown hair, sun-kissed skin, and sparkling eyes, however, there are a few things you should know about her.”

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