9. You are pushed straight out of your comfort zone at an accelerated pace. Let’s be real: living in constant fear of where the next bathroom is (forget long car rides) is basically one of the most uncomfortable situations to be in. And the nerves make it worse. You’re in a permanent state of living outside that zone, so really pursuing anything else – be it public speaking, jumping out of a plane or scuba diving – turns into a “I’ve come this far, why the hell not?” opportunity.
10. You can literally go to the bathroom anywhere. And I mean anywhere – amiright?