Go Travel In Your Twenties. It’s Perfect.



January 23rd,2014

The one thing you should do in your twenties is travel. Your twenties is the perfect time for you to do some travelling. You’re not too young and not too old. But I’m not saying you shouldn’t travel if you’re too young or too old. If you’re too young, you have all the time in the world but you don’t have the money. If you’re too old, you have plenty of money and time is on your side but you no longer have the energy to travel. So in your twenties you have the perfect balance of time, money and plenty of fuel left. Live the dreams. Go and see the world. Take it all in and enjoy yourself. Don’t think too much about your money being gone or no friends to accompany you on your trips. Based on my experience, having friends on your trips or just planning the trips with your friends can get pretty annoying. The usual answer i get when i ask my friends to go someplace is “It’s too expensive. I don’t have that kind of money.” Like seriously? You are working right? You have a monthly salary for fucks sake! And when you finally have friends who are willing to go, there will definitely be clashes of interests. You want to do this or go here, they don’t. They want to see so and so, try this and that but you’re not into it. It creates a win-lose situation. One party gets what they want, while another party have to sit through the painful ordeal. I stand by that travelling alone is more peaceful and less hassle. I have a long list of places i want to visit and i intend on doing it alone. But if someone wants to tag along, i wouldn’t mind the company. Don’t be afraid of losing your money. Money comes easily. There’s plenty of money in the world if you know how and where to find it. The only thing that is irreplaceable is time. Time only comes once. It waits for no one. Seize the moment when it presents itself. Don’t think too much. Take the leap. You won’t regret it, I can promise you that.

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