Don’t Be Sad That Your Big Trip Is Over

5 Ways to Soothe Travel Withdrawal and Re-adjust to “Real Life”

Photo by Christine Renard from Pexels

1. Embrace the haze

So fun and majestic, but considerably slower than a Boeing 777. (Photo by Johannes Plenio from Pexels)

2. Steer clear of snow globes

Lest there is any confusion, these all fall into the snow-globe category. Just say no. Oh fine, you can get the bear. (Photo by Sara Afonso from Pexels)

3. Check your local blind spots

Wander around in search of cool street art. Most cities have it. They might not all be as photogenic as this alley in Bogota, but talented local artists are everywhere. (Photo by my mom)

4. When you can’t wander, simply lust

I wish I were in Egypt right now, but even looking at this camel makes me feel better. (Photo by Simon Matzinger from Pexels)

5. Be grateful for what’s different

Travel withdrawal is guaranteed after you leave this view. (My home for the last two months in San Marcos, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala)

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