We have all said at least once in our life: If I were rich, I would only travel. Well, we don’t know what it’s like to be rich or if they travel all the time, but we know that after working for months, we deserve our little trip to the end of the world. Alone, with friends or with Juliette/Romeo, we have proof that traveling makes us happier, freer, smarter, beautiful, slim, comfortable in our skin and liberated in bed. So, how long has it been since you left Paris?
It makes us lose weight
Yes, sitting all day behind a desk does not help with weight loss. According to the WHO, you should walk 10,000 steps per day (that is to say between 1h20 and 1h50 of walking). And we are not going to lie to each other, we are far from it. While traveling, we move like little fufous. And even if our dream is to have our toes fanned out by the hotel pool, we all have a friend who doesn’t feel good if he hasn’t done at least 1000 things in the daytime.
So we let ourselves be carried away to the museum, we visit the historical monuments (damn they are at the other end of the city), we eat shellfish at the edge of the beach, and we rent bicycles to explore the city center before go dancing… It’s true, according to a study conducted by Expedia, an American online travel booking company, (survey conducted by the English branch, editor’s note) out of 31 million people, going on a trip with this friend makes you lose weight. So, we thank him, because in addition, we liked it.
We become sexually liberated
Among the respondents in the study carried out by Expedia, two million admit to having sex more often when they are traveling. Indeed, on vacation we relax, we have time. Stress is evacuated by the feeling of freedom, and by the little moments that we allow ourselves. And who says less stress, says more sex! We feel less tense Natasha, and less fierce.
Then who says more sex, says less stress: we enter the virtuous circle of travel. In addition, the majority of French people prefer to go to rest on the beach, and it is well known, the sun also plays on our desire. The vitamin D produced by the skin’s contact with the sun’s ray tickles our hormones. When we see Juliette all tanned on the hot sand, it increases our libido.