Is Travel a Form of Therapy?

So what is travel therapy and how do you know if it’s right for you? Travel therapy is rooted in the idea that travel offers both internal and external exploration.

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Navigating Travel With Dementia As A Caregiver

Within the United States alone, over 5.8 million people are living with dementia. That is 5.8 million people with hopes, dreams, passions, and hobbies – many of whom love to travel. So naturally, many of these people will want (or need) to travel in a given year. But how do they navigate this while living with dementia? And as caregivers, how can we enable our loved ones with dementia to travel… without risking their safety?

How to Manage Pain from Endometriosis While Traveling

Women who travel a lot know it’s never fun to change a pad or tampon in an airplane restroom. A train is probably even worse. Whether you’re off to an exciting family holiday or going to Tokyo for business, you would surely rather not be traveling during a difficult PMS or while on your period. For some women, it’s no big deal. But if you suffer from endometriosis or difficult periods, you definitely want to be prepared.