broaden (one's) horizons

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broaden (one's) horizons

To have a new experience. I'm really nervous to live at school, but I know I need to broaden my horizons and get some experience living without my family. I can't believe that Molly has never left the state before! She seriously needs to broaden her horizons!
See also: broaden, horizon
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She insisted moving gave her the chance to "set new challenges" and "broaden her horizons".
Meanwhile, Charlotte gets her hands on some of the tainted gear and, eager to broaden her horizons, snorts a few lines.
However, when Alice grows up and decides to broaden her horizons beyond Quebec, her family balks.
Then, the deaths in the same year of her dad, a dentist, and Robert Joffrey, her artistic mentor, made her realize how deep her love of dancing was, and that it was time to broaden her horizons. Secretly, she auditioned and won a place in Eliot Feld's troupe.
Our spy tells us: "Kate has had several acting lessons and is keen to broaden her horizons. She and Kevin go back a long way and they met up again last week at the W Doha bash at Chinawhite, where her part was confirmed.
Revealing her ambitions to broaden her horizons she added, "I can't imagine myself being a stand-up comic, but something comedy related, yes."
Fiona might be looking to broaden her horizons after GMTV chiefs refused to let her front the new prime-time series of OK!