To those that say that they're too young or too old to be adventurous... This is for you.
Life is short and there's so much to do and see. This planet is huge and incredible. It has so much offer. A single trip can shape you as a person and change your perspective on life. So why stay home and be restricted by the boundaries of your own home and town?
If the answer is money, then you're wrong. Traveling can be cheap and in my experience, the best adventures are without money.
Then what is it exactly that's stopping you from going out and adventuring the world? Is it school? Are you worried about what others are going to think about you? Maybe it's work or a family? Or maybe you're retired and think you're too old to be adventurous?
There should never a be a time when you say, "I'm too young," or "I'm too old."
When we interviewed Dale Sanders, we left with a different perspective on adventure and life. Dale is 80 years-old and lives like a teenager, full of life and enthusiasm. At 80, he is the oldest person to paddle down the Mississippi River. At 82, he became the oldest person to walk the Appalachian Trail.
Take advice from Dale, and go out and do something crazy.