Travel Isn't the Answer (Paperback)
Today, travel has become more accessible to the common person than any point in human history. But with more opportunities to explore the world comes an idealistic image of what travel represents and the freedom it brings. We've constructed an identity of the traveler based on what travel bloggers and social media feeds show us""bikinis, islands, and views from the top of a mountain""when in actuality many full-time travelers struggle to navigate the challenges of life and gain the satisfaction they set out looking for. Satisfaction, it turns out, that can be hacked and brought into daily life, no matter where on the planet you are.