How to avoid travel stress for your personality type? In today’s day and age of never-ending travel rules popping up daily around the world, I believe travel and stress are becoming synonymous. Now is the best time to realize our stress buttons in an attempt to control what we know and deal with the rest […]
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Want to Know How to Travel Like a Kid This Summer?
Do you remember what it was like to travel like a kid? What if the kid within could trigger the nonphysical mind, the essential you, your genuine, true Self? Have we become so rigid in our adult ways, stubbornly thinking I can’t see it, so how can it be? We’ve lost our imaginations. Why not […]
A New Travel Paradigm that’s Good For the Soul
A new travel paradigm that is good for the soul centers around asking different questions and helping you do travel differently. The question many of us ask, ‘Where do I want to go.” But maybe the better question to ask is, “What does my soul need and how can my travel personality support this need?” […]
Why We Freakout on Vacation, it’s Not What You Think!
Why we freak out on vacation is not what you think, but I know it’s more than meets the eye. Have you seen it? A person goes a bit berserk on vacation. I have had a few breakdowns, and I think we all have. Traditional thinking on the topic goes something like this: you’re in […]
Couples: How to Avoid Ugly Fighting On Vacation
Have you ever experienced ugly fighting on vacation with your partner? You know what I mean, red-faced screaming, batting insults like a rapid-fire game of ping-pong? Or, even worse, creating a dramatic scene? Do you dread traveling with your husband/wife because all you do is fight? Have ‘couple trips’ become stressful? I wonder, are couples […]
Happy Thanksgiving How to Use Practical Travel Psychology
Happy Thanksgiving and a few tips on how to use practical travel psychology, to reduce stress, increase understanding, and maybe make Aunt Mary’s pumpkin pie taste all the better.😉 The Thanksgiving season is upon us. A season of gratitude, giving thanks, and spending quality time with family and friends. What typically unfolds: Do these statistics […]
Are You in a Travel Rut?
Are you in a travel rut? If you start making plans without thought to your soul-self and you’re using habits of yesteryear, I’d say you’re in a rut. Do you make decisions based more on what you’ve traditionally done in the past? Oh-oh, living on rut lane. 😏 Let me define traditional. I’m referring to; […]
How to Avoid Vacation Option Overload and Travel Happier
Do you suffer from vacation option overload? How can you avoid it? How can you make your travel experiences happier? These are questions I’m going to attempt to answer. An NOPE, I don’t have all the answers, but I do hope you’ll find this post stimulates new thinking. Avoid Vacation Option Overload Love it or […]