20 Reasons to Quit Your Job and Travel

19. Understand your family lineage

This is a very specific reason to travel, especially because not everyone has an international family tree. But if you do, learning about your ancestors can be extremely rewarding. Imagine getting to know the tiny Italian village your great-grandfather came from? Or finding out you’re related to someone famous? You could even go back home with a new citizenship!

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20. Play the life lottery

At the end of the day, when you put yourself out there, you open the doors to randomness. You start living a life where, in theory, everything is possible. The crazy thing is that it actually is!

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