Reasons why you should move out of your hometown

Reasons why you should move out of your hometown

If you are one of the youth’s in search of your great voyage or something that could set you straight on the path and for once make you realize what is your true purpose then we would suggest leaving your hometown – not just on a luxurious travel but – to live away from your home for a good period of time. We won’t put an age limit or a time tag which dictates when you should migrate or for how long, but we do want you to know that now would be the best time, here’s why:

  • Independency

We are not talking about being financially independent here, but we are talking about growing as a person. A single shout for breakfast serves you a filling meal made by your mum, a single call to the right person will get your car towed when punctured, or going out with your friends because you always have cash on hand are some of the many things that you don’t know is making you dependent on others. Once you move to a different city, you will surely be more independent than you think you are.

  • Something more to talk about

How do your daily conversations with your friends and family go? “You need to get your car fixed” or “you should start preparing for that exam” or “you need to feed the cat.” You don’t even realize but you are having the same conversations each day. Imagine how conversations will be when you move and make new friends, they will ask you about where you are from and what is your experience like and you would learn their’s. Even if you are repeating your story every time, the answer to your question will always be different and new with other people.

  • New identity

We don’t mean that you should go rouge and run away from all the crimes but we are talking about finding a new perspective in life and changing the way you live. Life can be boring and very plain but it doesn’t have to be that way. You can find yourself when you move to a different place in different people. You get to start fresh where you are not reminded about your dreadful past or embarrassing childhood or ugly friends or a broken heart.