Visit a Country Where You Don’t Speak the Language
Visiting a country where communication is easy takes all the fun out of it sometimes. Instead, visit a country where you don’t speak the language at all. You might want to bring a dictionary with you to help you with key phrases but don’t fret if you can’t understand the menu. This is a great way to force anyone stuck in a comfort zone rut to try new things, explore new places, and meet new people. You may be surprised by the friendships (and even romances) that can exist between two people who speak different languages. You may also find it to be a rather humbling experience.