The Legend of Zelda - Level 2 Moon (Quest 1)
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Any Zelda player new or old knows the importance of maps. Every dungeon you enter, when coming to a chest, and hearing that celebratory music chime when out comes a map, and next time a compass, you can't help but get a little warm fuzzy feeling. Having a map and a compass helps to guide you around, so you can find your way and get what you want and need to progress. Having a map can be helpful in life too. It doesn't have to be a blueprint, a piece of paper with pictures or coordinates, or a GPS with step by step directions--although all these things do come in handy. It can be as simple as an idea of what you want to do, where you want to be in the future, five years from now, ten years, what have you. If you want to be retired on a beach in Cancun, it will help to have a plan in mind on how to get there.
Your map doesn't have to be long term though. It is yours, so it is whatever you want it to be. It can be a short list of goals, things you want to accomplish during your summer break from school for instance reconnecting with friends, learning at an internship, spending time with family, or even working on your tan while enjoying the Jamaica vacation packages you found online.
Good luck on your journey!