Journey, by definition, is “the act of traveling from one place to another.”
It does not say one always needs a suitcase.
“Where2Next?” is a unique travel brand designed to support the adage “Life is a Journey, Not a Destination,” and features articles about World Travel (“I packed a suitcase and went somewhere”) and Life Travel (“I’m still traveling through all the things we as humans journey through in this thing called LIFE”). It endeavors to redefine travel as we know it…
It is written from a first person perspective by a woman who is discovering and defining travel for the first time, both around the globe and in her own home. The brand is about getting back to telling the stories of the places we travel to and through – it does not review, critique, judge, give stars, rank, try to sell you something you don’t need or want, or needlessly disparage places or people, but rather works to put a positive, fun sizzle and excitement back into travel destinations and life topics. People love stories…our culture was founded on stories and “Where2Next?” strives to share the stories found along the paths we travel, making “travel” personal, accessible and exciting again through the participation of you, the reader. Maybe these stories will make people laugh, think, ponder, feel and actually either pack a suitcase or look at Life in a new, positive way. Can a brand be inspirational? We’ll see…
Where2Next.com is much more than a blog site with posts about places and life topics – it is a place where people can participate. It’s about creating community. They can have a conversation about everything travel related, they can share their travel stories, read stories about new places they may want to visit and enjoy the recommendations of fellow fans. It is a place where followers can discover new ideas and insights about the issues we as people experience by the very act of living. I believe travel of any kind, and the sharing of the experience, gives adults the chance to continue to grow, as travel is the one thing that kills prejudice, stereotypes, bigotry and narrow-mindedness. It’s a way adults can keep growing up!
Anatole France summed it up best by saying, “What is traveling? Changing your place? By no means! Traveling is changing your opinions and your prejudices.” I like to add, “And having a hell of a good time while we’re at it!”
Welcome to “Where2Next?”