>travel to somewhere. >okay traveling is not fun anymore. >at least i was comfy in my apartment

>travel to somewhere
>okay traveling is not fun anymore
>at least i was comfy in my apartment
>come back to home
>this is better than traveling
>2 months later
>damn i want to travel again
>travel to somewhere
>okay traveling is not fun anymore

why is this keep happening

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  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    you need something to live for other than satisfying your whims

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      This one hit the nail on the head. I just "digital nomaded" with my wife for 2 years. This week I bought a house in our home town. I plan to build a community and get involved in a political party.

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    What is wrong or fricked-up with switching between work and travel every few months? It's basically living the dream, anon.
    I feel 100% comfy living in a hotel. I have my laptop, I have WiFi, and there is no fricking rangeban at this place. Traveling I can eat all sorts of interesting food, instead of cooking the same old meals like I do while working in America. Six weeks in, I still have zero desire to work, but eventually, passing the days with nothing to do gets boring AF. So I return to America and go back to work, very happy to have something to do for a change. I put in top-tier effort at work and make my boss happy enough to put up with my migratory lifestyle. Then when I get tired of work, I take my savings and head out.

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    you must not like where you're traveling. i like traveling so much that going to a gas station i haven't been to before feels good because i associate it with going on road trips.

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    What are you actually DOING when you travel?

  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Life is an empty and meaningless grind. When you get older it becomes almost unbearable. Miserable as hell at home, travel to escape even though you don't even really feel like it, feel bored and guilty whilst there, return home and feel like miserable shit again. I really wish I was a low IQ hypernormie who finds everything fun and exciting. Instead I'm stuck in this relentless anhedonic hell

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I really wish I was a low IQ hypernormie
      Same. Not saying I am high IQ or anything but low tier normies who love
      >SPORTS, GETTING MARRIED, PARTIES
      Are usually never thinking beyond tomorrow. That's why they never seem depressed. They are just too low IQ to even think beyond what they are having for dinner that day

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        You sound so fricking miserable to be around, dude

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Stop obsessing over meaning or lack thereof. Embrace stoicism and use your intelligence to observe and categorize the subtleties and peculiarities of human behavior. The older you get, the better you should become at self-control and thought discipline, instead of going all "wah, wah, I'm not happy, life is so horrible!!!" like a spoiled six year old who needs a good spanking.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The horrible part you mentioned is that you can never entirely escape that dread that you don’t have a choice but to endure it unless of course you have millions of dollars but you either luck into that or grind the good parts of your life away to get it.

      It’s a horror man

  6. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I feel the same
    >hate my work, hate my life
    >spend months making an excellent itinerary
    >it gives me pleasure and excitement
    >spend months finding the best accommodation which is close to everything
    >spend months watching youtube videos and looking for hidden gems
    >the day of the departure approaches
    >get nervous whatever happens on the way to the destination feel more nervous and I wish that I didn't leave my home
    >get to the destination
    >still go and see everything but I literary feel nothing, it doesn't give me any excitement
    >get home I am glad I am finally at home again
    >start living my shitty life again
    >start to organize the next trip and get into this loop
    every single time

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >get nervous whatever happens on the way to the destination feel more nervous and I wish that I didn't leave my home

      Last time I went away, I got so stressed that I sperged out, deliberately missed my flight, put my fist through a glass picture frame then rebooked another flight the same day, losing hundreds in the process. I flew out a few days later and the trip was pretty good but far from a joyous experience.

      Perhaps neurotics should just not travel at all. I'm actually on the verge of booking an 8 week trip right now but have been hesitating for weeks. Pathetic

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >be neurotic loser
        >can't enjoy travel even though I'm obsessed with it
        >can't enjoy weed because it turns me into a paranoid freak
        >can't make new friends because I overthink everything
        Then I find alcohol, which is like a magic potion that turns me into a normal person for a few hours and within a couple years I'm
        fully addicted to it. Apparently it runs in the family. Can't even have that.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Oh to be neurotypical.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Wow, this is next level Autism. How some of ye spergs actually get by on a day to day basis is beyond me.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          That's the thing, I'm not remotely aspie in fact I'm very self aware and read others very well. I'm just neurotic as frick and can't handle stress at all. I have anxiety and worry about all possible outcomes.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Perhaps neurotics should just not travel at all.
        I personally think we should go back to putting you all in mental asylums.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Damn dude me as frick

  7. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because you travel mindlessly. You need to have an objective. For example I have a lot of interest in Hinduism so I am delighted when I can go to Tamil Nadu. If someone has no interest in India he will only see fancy buildings and shit on the streets while I see the history and depth of the place. Just find something meaningful for you and you will be happier.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Jesus christ this thread is full of losers. Go work out. Touch grass. Get rejected by a girl. Cook a healthy meal. Stop smoking weed.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Frog poster
    >moronic
    Everytiem

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