Reasons to Travel (Not Just for Relaxation)  

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Traveling can be a great way to escape from the stressors of life and take a break to relax. But outside of relaxing, traveling is also good for a few other reasons, too, that have nothing to do with rest. Here are three reasons why traveling is good for you (and can generate energy necessary for success):

  1. Become Connected

One of the key reasons to travel is that traveling gives you the opportunity to connect to other peoples and cultures across the world. This is not only a fantastic way to build connections, but also to learn more about the world, human nature and your own values.

  1. Traveling Is Challenging

Traveling isn’t always relaxing; in many cases, it can be downright stressful or challenging. Being in a new culture, getting lost, trying food you’re not used to, being surrounding by a language you don’t speak, etc. is all challenging. However, challenging yourself is extremely good for you and something you should do whenever possible.

  1. Traveling Stokes Curiosity

Remember when you were a kid and everything was new and exciting? Traveling does that, too – it stokes curiosity, something that many people are missing as adults. Curiosity is the foundation of creativity and, many might argue, success.

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