Do you grow tired living in the same place year after year? Perhaps its the nomadic instincts within us that beckons us to move on to new places. To leave the old, familiar grounds and discover new adventures in distant lands.
Sometimes the old way of doing things break down. They become unmaintainable and beyond repair. These are the times we feel like running away to somewhere new.
Those of us who live in large cities, commuting everyday, working 9 to 5, feel the dullness of repetition the most. Working and living in the same place year after year, leading the same kind of life, with the same kind of people, can bring us down. For better or worse, everyone needs change.
Perhaps influenced by movies and books, and a few personal travel experiences - I like to imagine white sandy beaches and clear blue waters. I like to take quick mental flights to lush forests, azure sky, green fields and tranquil waterfalls.
Maybe establish a business venture, invest in real estate or get tax benefits. Create business opportunities as well as make journeys to New Zealand on tax-deductable dollars.
Here is a quote from "A Second Home In New Zealand" ebook:
"Clean, fresh, green, uncrowded and reminiscent of a time when things cost less, the pace of life was slower, and people seemed friendlier to one another. A New Zealand lifestyle is more possible than you may think." -- A Second Home In New Zealand.
I know I would like to get away from this city life and try to find a more peaceful place, where everything one wants to do is more enjoyable. I don't know if that place exists thousands of miles away in New Zealand. It could even exist next doors or just within our hearts.
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