It is not an easy thing to quit one's job, leave your vicinity, and then travel the whole world. If you have the financial capacity to embark on such a journey, you also need to think about a lot of uncertainties that you're more likely to meet throughout your adventure. Can you just imagine yourself in a place where you have no relative, a place where you can't speak their language? I love to travel a lot, but I've not gone as far as traveling the entire world. I've traveled to so many countries in a bid to explore various opportunities that I could lay my hands on, but the experience was not an easy one. You can't just act in an exact manner; you would have acted if it were to be in your country.
You can't move close to people because you still need to do your findings before you can start making friends. All these problems are what you'll encounter if you are currently thinking about quitting your job and travel the whole world. However, those problems are surmountable.
Most people would not question someone spending thousands on a new car or a house. However, when it comes to traveling, the quickest way to get an eyebrow raise is to tell people how much you are planning to spend on your trip. If you are quitting your job to travel the world, it is even more taboo.
You have to be willing to be frugal in other areas of your life in order to travel successfully and not run out of money. It's a conscious choice we make whether to spend our money on making memories and having valuable experiences, rather than spending money to fix up the house or purchase a bigger television. For some, it can be liberating to pack a bag and leave everything behind.