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Three travel rituals I wish I had when I was younger

Three travel rituals I wish I had when I was younger

When you are young, you are eager to see the world and often forget to experience it your way. After years spent traveling, I reached a deep unders
This is why you should ditch the camera on your next trip

This is why you should ditch the camera on your next trip

The challenge: Forget your camera on your next trip You are looking through the photos from a trip and you see for the first time something you hadn’
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
Why dining alone is not such a big deal

Why dining alone is not such a big deal

I feel myself blushing as I answer “Yes, you can” when the waiter asks whether he can already take the menu. And yes, of course you can give that spar
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
Infographic: 5 mini habits that will forever change the way you travel

Infographic: 5 mini habits that will forever change the way you travel

There are some things that just make life easier – like dry socks on a rainy day. The following hand-picked, personally tested mini changes to your tr
Breaking the Chain – Emotional Alchemy by Tara Bennett-Goleman

Breaking the Chain – Emotional Alchemy by Tara Bennett-Goleman

There’s a saying in New England, “If you don’t like the weather, just wait five minutes.” I had been wanting to ride my horse. Bodhi, but I kept putti
The 6 most common life-changing decisions we make while traveling

The 6 most common life-changing decisions we make while traveling

You know, or at least suspect, that traveling changes you in many ways: your backpack tends to get smaller, you stop forgetting your toothbrush at hom
It’s proven: no Facebook for a week makes you happier

It’s proven: no Facebook for a week makes you happier

The challenge: spend a week with no Facebook access and see if it makes you feel happier A brand new cure for bad mood, lack of concentration and soc
How to travel out of your comfort zone (and what it really means)

How to travel out of your comfort zone (and what it really means)

The challenge: do at least one of these things to get out of your comfort zone on your next trip There's a lot of talk about the ubiquitous comfort z
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