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Quitting Your Job Is The Millennial Way To Do Honeymoons

Refinery29 Logo By Venus Wong of Refinery29 | Slide 1 of 11: <p>Traditionally speaking, honeymoons are short getaways when newlyweds can enjoy each other's company: These trips usually come with an end date in mind, perhaps an <a href="http://www.refinery29.com/all-inclusive-honeymoon-packages">all-inclusive hotel package</a>, and swan towels on a king-sized bed.</p><p>However, for more and more millennial couples, a honeymoon is a much longer commitment than a romantic weeklong jaunt to Paris or a beachside hangout in Hawaii — it's their ticket to quit their corporate jobs and travel the world. Don't believe us? Just do a quick search on Instagram and see how many <a href="http://www.refinery29.com/best-travel-instagram-couples-accounts">traveling couples</a> influencers share this narrative.</p><p>This phenomenon actually makes a lot of sense if you think about it: Millennials have been said to be major proponents of the <a href="https://www.forbes.com/sites/jefffromm/2017/07/27/why-experience-innovation-matters-when-marketing-to-millennials/#586cb7637682">experience economy,</a> as a steady life trajectory is less and less probable under the current climate of lower job security and a tough property market. In the age of social media, turning these adventures into marketing and brand partnership opportunities is also a viable path to raise more travel funds.</p><p>To figure out how exactly these millennial couples do it, we chatted with two globetrotting duos who quit their jobs for a one-way ticket around the world. Read on for their incredible photo journals and what they've learned along the way. Warning: It will probably make you want to drop everything and go travel, too.</p><p>Being extraordinary is about living a life of purpose. The Unconventionals is our celebration of extraordinary women who know there is no right way to follow your dreams, and are creating their own roadmap for success. These women recognise that progress comes from the urge to stir up the conventional in order to change the world.</p>

Traditionally speaking, honeymoons are short getaways when newlyweds can enjoy each other's company: These trips usually come with an end date in mind, perhaps an all-inclusive hotel package, and swan towels on a king-sized bed.

However, for more and more millennial couples, a honeymoon is a much longer commitment than a romantic weeklong jaunt to Paris or a beachside hangout in Hawaii — it's their ticket to quit their corporate jobs and travel the world. Don't believe us? Just do a quick search on Instagram and see how many traveling couples influencers share this narrative.

This phenomenon actually makes a lot of sense if you think about it: Millennials have been said to be major proponents of the experience economy, as a steady life trajectory is less and less probable under the current climate of lower job security and a tough property market. In the age of social media, turning these adventures into marketing and brand partnership opportunities is also a viable path to raise more travel funds.

To figure out how exactly these millennial couples do it, we chatted with two globetrotting duos who quit their jobs for a one-way ticket around the world. Read on for their incredible photo journals and what they've learned along the way. Warning: It will probably make you want to drop everything and go travel, too.

Being extraordinary is about living a life of purpose. The Unconventionals is our celebration of extraordinary women who know there is no right way to follow your dreams, and are creating their own roadmap for success. These women recognise that progress comes from the urge to stir up the conventional in order to change the world.

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