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Slow Travel - Escape the Grind and Explore the World - cover

Slow Travel - Escape the Grind and Explore the World

Jennifer M. Sparks

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Provides practical, actionable steps to make travel dreams a reality
Demonstrates why the world is safer than commonly believed
Explains how to afford travel without breaking the bank
Outlines multiple options for extended travel even while mid-career
Offers concrete suggestions for creating travel support
Details various approaches to stay healthy while traveling
Provides details on how to manage life remotely
Features themes of travel inspiration and freedom
Advocates for traveling with an open heart and mind
Encourages positive interactions with local people and communities

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