Did you know that working as a handyman is as beneficial as traveling? Check out the two factors that link them!
Sure, a handyman won’t clean someone else’s bathroom or kitchen, but he can surely clean the exterior part of a house. If you’re a handyman, then you can easily clean patios, pathways, and driveways with your pressure cleaner. This isn’t a task that will make you comment, “Piece of cake!” In fact, not everyone is skilled enough to handle a pressure cleaner. After all, cleaning with this tool requires the user to be aware of the safety features.
Now, how is cleaning with a pressure cleaner related to travel? Well, traveling is also considered as a cleansing activity. It aims to remove the “dirt” which are the negative thoughts and experiences so that they can be replaced with fresh, positive ones. Traveling renews the mind, refreshes the soul, and rejuvenates the physical body. It’s sort of like a cleaning process for your mental and physical health.
Fixing and Building
Handymen also have to deal with small carpentry tasks now and then. After reading tool reviews and purchasing the right equipment, they perform jobs that make them similar to carpenters too. These talented people can hang shelves, repair and install new floorings, fit doors, and a lot more! Being a handyman also means being versatile. They are even ready to build a few things which would make them similar to a woodworker. Seriously, handymen are skilled people that shouldn’t be underestimated.
But how is this related to travel again? The connection is actually a bit obvious that I don’t think I should even explain it at all. Nonetheless, I’ll still state the similarity. When you travel, you also act like a handyman—fixing yourself and building relationships. To “repair” yourself, you do new activities and visit places that calm you down and help you meditate. To build new relationships, you talk to new people and befriend someone from a different town or country. Traveling enables you to fix yourself and build a new you. And that is like being a handyman for yourself.