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Live abroad for a while – get more creative, richer and smarter

Live abroad for a while – get more creative, richer and smarter

It seems that temporarily changing your residence not only recharges your batteries, but also makes you smarter, more creative and more attractive to
The traveler’s New Year resolutions (printable)

The traveler’s New Year resolutions (printable)

Our list of travel resolutions for 2020 – no introductions, no chit-chat, just pure challenges. The worst thing about making New Year's resolutions 
This is exactly how walking in nature kills negative thoughts [INFOGRAPHIC]

This is exactly how walking in nature kills negative thoughts [INFOGRAPHIC]

Leave all the stress behind and live a happy, careless life! If only! Easy to say, but hard to accomplish. Recent studies show, however, that by ad
10 lessons from Buddhism to guide you when you travel

10 lessons from Buddhism to guide you when you travel

You don't need to be a Buddhist to borrow some spiritual wisdom and integrate it into your (traveler's) life. As traveling itself is one of the best
The greatest challenge on the road: give up something

The greatest challenge on the road: give up something

Challenges are everywhere around you, and especially within you. You might want to see the Northern Lights, learn how to surf, walk through the jungle
10 simple ways to boost your happiness on the road

10 simple ways to boost your happiness on the road

1. Stop comparing yourself to others and where they go. 2. Do only what you love. Don't waste your time exploring somebody else's dream destination
What your vacation says about your personality

What your vacation says about your personality

Your choice of vacation says a lot about your personality. See what different universities and research institutes in the US have found in several rec
The Quest for Freedom of the Spirit in Modern Psychology and the Wisdom of the East

The Quest for Freedom of the Spirit in Modern Psychology and the Wisdom of the East

Deep down, most people think that happiness comes from having or doing something. In Alan Watts’s groundbreaking second book (originally published in
Searching for Happiness: A Little Book of Lykke

Searching for Happiness: A Little Book of Lykke

Do you know anybody who doesn`t want to be happy? I doubt it. We are all searching for happiness and deserve to be happy. But more often than not t
Shinrin-yoku – how to practice the Japanese tradition of forest bathing (Infographic)

Shinrin-yoku – how to practice the Japanese tradition of forest bathing (Infographic)

The challenge: find some free time to try the Japanese forest practice of shinrin-yoku. The forest can heal you. You've just got to get in touch with
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