Solo Travel: A new behavior or preferred approach?
As your travel plans begin to solidify for later this summer or into the fall you might think beyond destinations and logistical needs. Consider your personality preferences. If you’ve ever wondered how it would feel to travel alone or in a large group, here are some ideas to explore. Just because you have a partner doesn’t […]
Francine Toder, Ph.D. is an emeritus faculty member of California State University, Sacramento and is a clinical psychologist retired from private practice. She is also the author of four books including her just published book: "Inward Traveler: 51 Ways to Explore the World Mindfully." Her extensive writing on diverse topics appears in magazines, professional journals, newspapers, blog sites and as edited book chapters. She resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband when she’s not traveling the world.
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