Bon Voyage

Incredible journeys and the people who take them. Photo: Shutterstock.

Boundaries, Privacy and Intimacy Are Cultural Phenomena

By Susan Heitler Ph.D.
Traveling in Vietnam highlights what intimacy is and isn't in different cultures

Having a great and imperfect family vacation

By Kate Roberts Ph.D.
The best family vacations are well planned and realistic.

Brain Vacations: Stress, Boredom and Travel

By Ian H. Robertson Ph.D.
Travel with a purpose can enrich your memories of the journey.

Do You Ever Get Lonely When You Travel?

By Chris Guillebeau
Yes, and that's sometimes the best part.

If You Remembered Every Single Day of Your Life—in Detail

By Toni Bernhard J.D.
"Superior Autobiographical Memory" inspires Louise Owen to live without regrets.

How to Find Joy in a Vacation You Cannot Take

By Toni Bernhard J.D.
Even if you can't travel, you can learn to make others' joy your own.

Fantabaility Vs. Reality… Oh, and Surfing

By Greg Dillon M.D.
Digital vs. analog, fantasy vs. reality when treating malaise and depression

Clues To Your Personality Hidden in a Suitcase

By Judith Fein
What Your Packing Style Reveals About You

Should You Travel With Friends?

By Judith Fein
Should you travel with friends?

Ten Tips Before Traveling to See Your Mother

By Judith Fein
Read this before you plan a visit to your mother.

How to (Finally) Finish Your Book in 2014

By Ethan Gilsdorf
Anyone can start a book. The trick is finishing the book you start.

Why Travel is a Major Accomplishment

By Judith Fein
You should be proud of where you've traveled.

Vacations Are A Necessity, Not A Luxury

By Judith Fein
Vacations Are A Necessity, Not A Luxury

Grandparents and Grandkids: The Perils of Long Distance Love

By Susan Heitler Ph.D.
Better learn to love traveling if your grandchildren live far from you.

Vacationing While Single

By Bella DePaulo Ph.D.
The good, the bad, and the divine.

Afraid to Take a Chance?

By F. Diane Barth L.C.S.W.
Intelligent risk-taking is not as hard as it looks