Being in the millennial generation is something that most of us commonly understand as we are on the internet. Also called echo boomers, this generation of people are at mid-twenties and late-twenties in today’s time. So whichever generation you are from, if you are in the mood of adding items to your bucket list of things to do before hitting 30, here are some activities to check out.
Travel to another continent/ other side of the world
Travelling is one thing that all of us have to undergo before having kids. Travelling alone is a journey of a lifetime and it provides a lot of opportunities for understanding things in the world and also about one’s own personality. The eye opening experiences of culture, climates, people, and landscape can have a great impact on your brain, according to scientists. Check with your most experienced trainer whether your license will work in the country you want to go to if you plan on staying there for a while and want to take a vehicle for your travels in that country.
Partake in a high speed sport
Whether it is skydiving, bungee jumping, rock climbing or racing an adrenaline driven sport is something that one must enjoy before settling down (some can even do this after settling down depending on partner’s preferences). Please consult your driving instructor in Armadale on your driving capability before getting into car racing.
High speed sports are not in the list of to-do things in most of us, but doing something that is out of your comfort zone and accomplishing it will give you a whole dose of self confidence boost that is hard to replicate. You might actually end up becoming an adrenaline junkie as well.
Buy dinner for parents
You start to appreciate your parents and their efforts a lot more as you grow older. And on days that you feel thankful, book a good restaurant and treat your parents for a good dinner with or without your presence. Sometimes they need the feeling of being appreciated as well. Start building your relationship or move it into a relationship where you can understand each other as adults. Your parents will have a hard time dealing with this, but it will be a great benefit to have your parents’ support in your ventures not as their baby but as someone who has grown up already.
Frequently try something different and out of your zone so that you can experience new things and understand the vast diversity of people. According to scientists, trying new things and expanding horizons actually help you achieve new heights in things that matter to you, like your career.