Going on adventures can easily burn a hole in your pocket, your wallet, and your savings account, but it can pay off more than any brave souls could ever hope.
Be it your willingness to try new things or you’re chased out of your comfort zone, like Jungle Book’s man-cub Mowgli forced to leave his home, we go on crazy, wonderful exploits anyway, because after all, that’s what life is all about.
An adventure is different for everyone. For fresh graduates, it’s as simple as stepping out of the university they called home for almost half a decade. For travelers, it can be going on that solo backpacking trip they’ve been planning for years. For Mowgli, it’s escaping to the man-village from the grasp of the tiger Shere Khan.
It’s scary and nerve-wracking, but at point, we know we have to do it anyway. We need to take that first step to self-discovery. And along the way, we don’t just discover ourselves, but learn more about our roots and never-ending possibilities that await us.
In our quest of the finer things in life, one of the first things we consider first and foremost, is to always stay connected—to our roots, to our family and friends. But like every millennial out there, the budget is also our first consideration. Continue Reading