If you’re craving something different, feeling stressed, or grieving like I am, it’s a good idea to plan a trip. For some people, that may mean taking off for an afternoon, or even just an hour. For others, the only answer is to get out of town for a while and recharge. I recently came back after taking my longest solo trip, a month in Europe. I can't tell you how many times I almost cancelled. Boy am I glad I didn't do that! If you’ve been feeling on-edge lately and your nerves are shot, here are a few ways to make the most of your big solo trip.
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