Serendipity and spontaneity are the fundamentals for an inspiring story that challenges you and triggers the highest levels of dopamine to recreate it in your own way. To travel is to realize that you can manipulate the world, play around with its words and pictures, and grill its authority as definitive curious beings. You read guides and multiple itineraries before you plan a trip and that seldom helps. Nevertheless, the question remains does that really help you explore, do you always want a comprehensive guide and is that enough to calm your itchy feet.
Here's why you need to vamoose into the real world and travel wild, spontaneously!
1. To be an Explorer.
As a seasoned traveler, for you there is no right time to explore a place and no right time to experience awe. Now is the perfect time to quench the undying and ever-evolving thirst for knowledge.
2. You'll get out of your comfort zone.
Know this that if you're too comfortable, then you won't be productive.
3. To cut loose and be irresponsible while you still can.
4. Because there's nothing better than booking a one-way flight and not knowing where to go next.
5. To break-free from your bucket-list, set loose milestones and follow your instincts.
6. Spontaneity will trick you into believing anything once you've hit the road and discover friends in strangers.
7. Unplanning a trip will introduce you to your wiser version. One where you don't have to over-rely on itineraries.
8. Because traveling is the best self-amplifying tool.
9. To create a story of your own.
It is rightly said, read someone else's stories, not to repeat but to get inspired. Travel and perceive to create your own memories.
10. Because all your life, you've been booking a place, try 'finding' a sweet spot now.
11. To realize that beyond simple travel plans and time-framed stories, there is the World waiting to be ravished.
On your vagaries of travel, let the pole star be your guide. Happy traveling!