I agree with a lot of the posts above, and like many have been there. But I'm also a firm believer that at some point in the 20s you need to be selfish and focus on what you want and be good with being alone (if you don't have a girl) for a bit. I also believe the energy you put out comes right back, so think of the things that bug you on a daily that are in your sphere of control and try to change them and make them into a positive. It may be as simple as the way you ask a question super basic ex. (rather than "can I help you with that" and getting a no vs "let me help you with that" and sparking a conversation while helping someone). It's easy to gloat over the "rich" but we don't know the inner workings and the negatives to their lifestyle. If you want to travel set up a financial plan and a spending tracker, set a goal and hustle until you get there. Most young people don't realize that the money you spend on snacks, lunch, dinner, Starbucks etc amounts to roughly an extra 300 dollars a month. That's some extra cash to travel and do what you want. I've lost a job, been financially crushed, On an emotional roller coaster with a girl, non operating car, etc. but you know what man I took them as lessons set up a plan to get back on track and here I am still lovin life. Bumps will always come, it's how you deal with it that helps you grow especially as a man. I'm currently on day 9 in the hospital for some crazy pneumonia, this bill is gonna be atrocious even with insurance but screw it man gotta keep on livin.
And by no way am I saying don't dream big, dream big setup a plan and execute. Just get your head straight and as someone said focus on you first then the family.