20 Reasons to Quit Your Job and Travel

10. Study abroad

Whether you’re on an exchange program for six months, a master’s for a year or just learning a new language, you’ll love it! When you move to a new country, everything can be different and you’re challenged every day. It’s great to experience new teaching formats and at the same time delve into a new culture.

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11. Be one with nature

Sometimes you need more than just having a picnic at your local park. Traveling is the perfect opportunity to enjoy nature to its fullest. You could spend some time in Organic Farms in New Zealand, see wild animals in the Amazon or even explore the vastness of Salar de Uyuni. There’s plenty of untouched beauty for you out there!

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    12. Volunteer

    Do you have skills that could potentially help other people? You don’t think so? Several poor communities and young children all over the world might need support right now. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a skilled carpenter, a great swimmer or know how to care for wild animals, I’m sure you’ll find a program for you.

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