Women are prioritising travel above falling in love when it comes to unfulfilled life ambitions, according to a recent survey by online travel community, Thelma & Louise. The female-only website, which conducted the research as part of a major re-vamp, found that only 10 per cent of the women polled named "fall in love" as a life-long dream that they haven't yet fulfilled, yet more than a third (37 per cent) cited "travel" as an ambition.
"Win the lottery" came top of the list with 57 per cent saying it was their number one fantasy, "travel" was in second place with 37 per cent and career aspirations came third with "get a dream job" receiving a 24 per cent share.
Interestingly, female students and women in the 18-24-year age range were the only groups who didn't consider "winning the lottery" to be a top priority. They placed money behind their careers and having a family, and in the case of the students, travelling and even the physical goal of running a marathon.
"As a women's travel website, we weren't surprised to see that travel ranked highly in the list of life ambitions. Over the years, we've had members "trucking" through the US together, pairing up to follow China's legendary Silk Road and even driving across the Sahara - all in the name of fulfilling a dream," said Thelma & Louise co-founder Christine Davies.
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