3. You learn to manage your finances.
Probably the most useful attribute of travelling, not only do you learn to spend money judiciously, you also learn how important it is to spend wisely and save properly. Especially useful when you want to rush back for a vacation again, because travelling is and always will be the best kind of investment.
4. You learn to accept people and cultures.
An initial culture shock of being amidst people so different from who you are eventually turns into admiration, respect and fascination for the diversity of tradition and heritage across the world.
5. You break free!
You do things you never thought you would, harbour experiences you never thought you’d like, and make memories that you never thought you’d want to.