5 Reasons why you should travel while you are still young!

“The more I see, the less I know.” Travelling is one of the best experiences for those who love to explore not only the apparent differences in the human civilizations like food and culture but the more conspicuous differences of thought and ideologies as well. It sure makes for some awesome memories when you travel with your kids and family at a much later stage in life, however, it’s equally important to travel when you are young and still in the process of gaining experience for the first time. Thus, here’s a blog on why you should travel when you are young.

 

 

Fewer the Responsibilities, Farther the Reach

 


It’s when we are young that we ourselves are our top priority. This independence which comes with an absence of responsibility is what increases the range of activities that you can get involved in. for starters, you don’t need to give much thought to the effects it will have on others, like an ailment due to change of place, or losing out on some school days, etc. Even as you travel you can dedicate your all to the place because of lack of preoccupations. Such freedom comes only during the early years of youth and its best to grab it and utilize it to its full potential.

 

 

Education through Exposure

 

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My father’s job allowed us to move from one part of the country to the next every four years. This slow paced shift of places itself contributed greatly to my mental development. Travel isn’t only about going to new places and clicking some photographs, it’s about picking up new experiences that help us grow as individuals. It is true that one never stops learning but another accepted fact is that we learn best when still young. Thus to gain the most intellectual benefits from your travels, starting early is the best route.

 

 

An Aid to Maturing

 

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Life will only keep getting tougher as you grow older, or the burden of responsibilities keeps getting heavier. It is essential for all adults to not only grow up physically but mature mentally as well. Traveling helps one understand many responsibilities that would later become essential life skills. From planning ahead of time to being punctual on a travel schedule, to spending wisely, the process of travel serves as a lesson itself.

 

 

The Longer you Endure, the More you Explore

 

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Long with a vast learning capacity, being young means having large amounts of stored energy saved for occasions best suited for it. It is this energy that makes us better travelers when we are young, for it takes us to places off the tourist guide where you’ll be face to face with the true side of the city you are exploring. The more you are able to exert yourself without getting tired; the better is your travel experience, for these trips is only a week or two long which makes visiting each and every location a hectic job. With youthful energy at your side, all these obstacles are easy to overcome.

 

 

Discover Yourself

 

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Successful are those who know themselves and what they want in the life full well. Our true self isn’t always the one which exists in times of peace and ease. It is during the rough patches can you really identify yourself. The best thing about traveling is not knowing what will happen next in a place that’s a complete stranger to you. There will be tough times during travel and in these times will you identify your strengths and weaknesses, and thus discover yourself at each step giving you more control of your life in general.

 

About Anmol Raina

Inspired by the Harry Potter movies, Anmol started writing short stories at the age of 7 (which were as good as they could be). Now 19, and pursuing a Bachelors in Business Administration, she has started writing blogs mostly on pop culture and issues that affect the masses. A feminist to the core, she hopes to work for the United Nations some day on their Women Empowerment projects.

  

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