How Being Married Has Changed my View on Solo Travel

For anyone not aware of my situation, me and my husband are currently still living 4000 miles apart from each other.  It’s been this way for over 2 years now and we’re going through a year long visa process so I can go and join him in America as a permanent resident (read more about how our story began HERE).  So I’m no stranger to solo travel.  I met the other half while travelling solo in Jamaica, we spend hours alone on flights, we only see each other in person a few times a year and he’s lovely enough to not hold me back from travelling when we can’t be together.  But being married has changed my view on solo travel.

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5 Important Qualities That Are Needed to be the ULTIMATE Long Distance Power Couple!

Yesterday was Valentine’s Day.  When you’re in a long distance relationship, Valentine’s Day isn’t really any different from any other day!  Me and my other half aren’t bothered about celebrating it.  It holds no real relevance to us (it’s not a day where we met, got engaged and it’s not our wedding anniversary), we’ve spent the last 3 apart and don’t need a certain day to let each other know that we love them.  Distance makes us feel a bit like a power couple.  If we can get through this temporary situation, surely we can get through anything that life throws at us.  Here are 5 qualities that make long distance couples the strongest in the world!

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