Big names like National Geographic and Disney to name but two, spend a small fortune putting together magazines meant to inspire travelers with dreams and appreciation for unseen destinations. The photography alone is enough for most people to justify taking a few minutes to browse through the pages. Written by gifted wordsmiths, travel magazines encompass a wide range of diverse interests, geographies, and cultures.
Exotic Topics Make Great Conversation Starters
As it turns out free stuff, like travel magazines, can be a catalyst to some interesting new experiences in life such as great conversation with someone you’d like to get to know… maybe. All relationships, platonic or otherwise, start somewhere and that’s usually in conversation.
“Use travel magazines to engage people in conversations.”
Everybody’s been to the beach, slept in a hotel, eaten tantalizing desserts, and plenty flew to their destinations. Travel magazines can help you turn those mundane, everyday conversations about traveling into fascinating words striking the interest of casual listeners. How would you like to turn generalizations about the beach into in-depth conversations about great places to go at a specific beach? Why not turn common experiences into interesting conversation with a few more details ready for recall in the back of your mind?
Explore the world’s destinations through free travel magazines and make a point of learning about the places you’ll visit on the 3rd Week of July. Why not prepare ahead of arrival at your port-of-call ready to enjoy a richer experience by doing some preliminary research? By reading about your expected ports-of-call on the 3rd Week of July, you can design your own unique experience and invite those newfound friends to join in the fun. Everybody wants company.
Be the one who mentions a lesser-known opportunity and establish yourself as somebody with something to say in the group. Travel magazines are a light read with some great details worthy of mention during casual conversation. You’ll find magazines pertaining to food and lodging, nightlife, and points of interest for visitors. Though light reading, most people find that there’s an abundance of information about the culture and vibe of a destination in travel magazines. Choosing how to embrace the culture and enjoy the vibe is the best way to know when to join the shore excursions or pass on them favoring a looser agenda.
Sharing on Social Media Makes You Fun
Perhaps the easiest thing to do with a free travel magazine is to share it. If you share something interesting on social media, you’ve got people looking at your profile. Keep sharing and getting your profile viewed and you’ll be in a new situation before you can say spin the bottle. Curiosity, as they say, killed the cat. People look at the profiles of those with something to share!
Sharing an entire travel magazine is easy, but sharing a bit or piece of it and linking to the travel magazine tells your followers or friends that you’re thinking of them. Share something you find interesting so your friends and followers online can appreciate you in a different light. Share information that touches on current topics or related to people, places, and things in the news. Jump out of the background noise!
Let yourself be fascinated with the beauty of the photography in travel magazines and share those images in your social groups. Point out beauty in the world and let others find goodness in your heart. Mention thrills of adventure and let others know there’s excitement running through your veins. Make their mouths water with images of fine food and drink consumed in every location imaginable.
“If your social media posts and tweets include something of interest, then that makes you interesting and worthy of a profile view.”
You’ll get involved in conversations, grow a larger network of followers and friends, and eventually find yourself invited to live events. Conversations, friends, and live events lead to dating opportunities.
Those delightfully free travel magazines often explore the world through hobbies enjoyed away from home by enthusiasts. That means a good number of featured articles and ad displays are designed to attract a target group of hobbyists. Not surprisingly, many travelers bring newfound hobbies home and look for ways to engage in them locally. For example, scuba diving is often associated around coral reefs and blue waters near islands in the Caribbean, however, a good number of people enjoy scuba diving locally in pools, lakes and rivers.
Try using travel magazines as a resource for identifying potentially interesting hobbies to try or looking for places to enjoy a hobby you already love. By identifying places to go where you can enjoy a current hobby, you’re able to focus on getting there with groups already forming that serve your hobby. If you can get in the right travel group, you’ll enjoy yourself far more than if you go as part of a group that offers little of interest to you.
“Travel presents you with unique opportunities to meet people who would find you fascinating!”
They’re out there and there’s no better way to meet people with common interests than on a leisurely, or not, time away from home. Get away from your thoughts, your people, and your responsibilities so you can simply enjoy the company of someone new who shares a common interest. Then, once in front of someone interesting, be engaging with knowledge. Be well-read, informed, and able to share bits of information in an exchange.
Those free travel magazines, if enjoyed and shared, can lead to a new way of thinking about yourself, your surroundings, your dreams, and the people you want in your life. Why not strike up conversation with someone who looks interesting and see where it goes? Why not be more social on your social media account? Why not go somewhere to do something you want with people who want to do it with you?
Make fun, interesting conversations because you read and share travel magazines!