Commit to a Solo Getaway
If you’ve never had the chance — or the gumption — to travel alone, make time for at least one solo trip this year. You can do whatever you want when you want, clear your head, meet random new people, and maybe learn a thing or two about yourself. It doesn’t have to be 10 days hiking in Peru. Even an overnighter to somewhere semi-close can do wonders for body and soul. Drive to a trout stream upstate and stay in a cheap motel nearby. Airbnb a beach house with a killer sunset view, hammock, and blender for margaritas. Or just grab your tent and sleeping bag, get in your car, and see where the road takes you.
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