One of my favorite things – other than design, of course? Travel.
Getting in the car, plane or train and heading out of town.
And, naturally, going to a new cabin or lodge is always at the top of my list. I get to see new small towns, interesting landscapes and, of course, the unique ways that people design their cabin spaces.
But even more, I also get to explore my surroundings ... and myself.
How I'm feeling about the world, and my place in it, is often amplified among silent forests and lapping waves. And, when in these moments, it's often helpful to have some good questions on hand to ponder.
A travel e-guide that helps you use your vacation as a personal development laboratory, it's a great way to get closer to yourself, your friends, your partner or your family. It's a great way to use travel and exploration as a way to unravel a problem or a challenge. And it's a great way to bring new ideas on living well back home. (So every day can become a vacation day.)
Why am I so passionate about this? Well, first off, I had the pleasure of collaborating with one of my greatest pals on this e-guide over 10 years ago. And I'm still always so excited to share it with new friends.
Check it out here. It'll fit nicely in your suitcase for the long weekend ahead.