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Why I Must Travel: Adam, Wanderway Movement

From time to time, we plan to feature a few travel bloggers who will discuss why they must travel. Today, we are featuring Adam from Wanderway Movement. Thank you for sharing your reasons for why you must travel with us, Adam. 

If you're interested in being featured on our blog, please send us an email: TravelWeMust@gmail.com 


Many people ask me why I travel; for me, that’s a simple question. I travel because I don’t want life to pass me by. I’m twenty-three years old and have seen more of the world than a majority of the people on this planet will ever see. I’m grateful for that and I don’t take it for granted. 

I travel to avoid the routine life that I see the rest of my peers living. The pattern society tells us to follow is very simple: We’re supposed to graduate high school. After that, we are told to pick a career at the age of eighteen and earn a degree from a four-year university. Immediately after graduation, we are pressured to get a job. Soon after that, we're supposed to meet a girl, get married, have a kid(s), raise a family, retire and (maybe) start traveling after retirement. 

It’s all too predictable. Everyone is doing the same thing. Why wait until you’re older when you’re more capable to travel now? People say it all the time, but it is true; no one knows what the future holds. And I’m not wasting the opportunity I have to live life to the fullest right now.


Routine is the enemy of time. When we get sucked into a routine, days, months – years – slip past us without noticing. I think back to when I was a kid when I’m trying to explain my decision to travel. We didn’t follow a routine when we were children. Nobody watched the time when we were young. We played like time didn’t exist and everything we experienced had a ‘brand new’ feeling. 

As kids, we discover everything the world around us has to offer. But the world doesn’t exist any further than the furthest our elders take us. Yet, as we grow older, our world expands exponentially. We have more freedom to explore further, and you’d be crazy not to take advantage of that. I travel to seek experiences I can’t get following a routine. 

The joy travel brings me is unexplainable. It's something one must experience on their own. The opportunities are limitless. Keep an open mind and you’ll receive all the opportunities that you allow your time on the road to grant you. 


Since I committed to a nomadic lifestyle over two years ago, I’ve found that the best moments in life come when I’m least expecting them. 

Whether it's befriending strangers and growing close to them or growing fond of new cultures that make you reconsider every decision you make - I love it all. I especially love getting myself into predicaments I can’t explain. Learning to get myself out of them all while growing as an individual teaches me so much that can't be taught in any other way. I know it's cliché, but that is what it’s all about for me. I travel because I love feeling my life change before my eyes. 

That’s why I must travel. 

Hiking Lost Valley Trail: Cobb Cave

Hiking Lost Valley Trail: Cobb Cave


Cobb Cave

What do you imagine is beyond this curve?

In our previous post, we shared Eden Falls, which is now directly behind this shot. As we turn away from the waterfall, we now head to Cobb Cave.

About Cobb Cave

Cobb Cave

Hiking Lost Valley Trail: Eden Falls

lost valley trail

Arkansas is home to 52 state parks and the trails found at each park offers beautiful views which you will never grow tired of. The Lost Valley Trail, located at the Buffalo National River, is one of the most popular trails to hike in the state. Lost Valley's beauty can be enjoyed year-round and should take you approximately 2 hours to complete.

lost valley trail

Is Digging For Diamonds in Arkansas Worth It?

Is Digging For Diamonds in Arkansas Worth It?


digging for diamonds in arkansas

Southwest of Hot Springs, Arkansas there is a park where you can dig for diamonds. Arkansas has historical roots in being a diamond state, and this credit is found on their license plates and state flag. 

In August of 1906, John Wesley Huddleston discovered a diamond on his land, by accident. Since then the land has evolved into a state park where people from all over spend their afternoons and weekends digging in the soil for diamonds. 


Visiting Crater of Diamonds State Park 


Why Lake Moraine Needs To Be Your Next Stop


I imagine after reading this you will not need much convincing to visit Lake Moraine in Banff, Canada. In fact, I will spare you on the list and details of all the reasons why you need to visit Lake Moraine. I won't tell you how this glacier fed lake in Banff National Park is one of the most gorgeous places in the world. I won't tell you to adjust your monitor because the color of the water in these images is as blue as it is in person. Instead, I will let our images from our recent trip there do all of the talking...