The Youthful Art Of Midlife Travel

Author: Chris Herrmann
Editor: Infotec Communications Pty Limited
ISBN: 9780648522201
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Reading this entertaining travel memoir, you'll discover how one man's journey, prompted by a personal loss, has changed his life forever and inspired countless others. A grandfather of seven, Chris Herrmann left his home and family in Australia and embarked on an unlikely and at times hilarious 365-day solo backpacking adventure around the world. Chris set out to live every day as an unknown adventure. He wasn't trying to escape from life or to find himself. Instead he wanted to be free to explore and escape the normal routines and expectations of life. While some saw his trip as crazy, he embraced it as a way to challenge himself. To push himself out of his comfort zone. He left with no purpose, other than to take each day as it came and be open to opportunities. You'll learn how one project he initiated has benefited charities worldwide. Chris's story has been covered by the BBC and by numerous TV, radio, print and online media across Australia, Europe and Asia. During his journey, he was inspired by the confidence of many young travellers he met along the way. He hopes The Youthful Art of Midlife Travel will inspire you to live your travel adventures.

The Art Of Midlife

Author: Linda N. Edelstein
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780897895804
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The Art of Midlife illuminates the journey for women who want to create intentional, spirited lives. The book is based on Dr. Edelstein's extensive clinical practice and on interviews with "ordinary," healthy, and active women between the ages of 38-60 years old. She begins with descriptions of the dynamics of midlife, the unique opportunities to reevaluate life, and the need to mourn one's losses. The book continues with real voices, including her own, that recount the reconnection to one's self that is essential. The author faces the difficult issues of staying connected to others while reclaiming one's life and the problems that may occur. The final section of the book recounts the actions and success of women who sought a more authentic second half of life.

Travel Tourism And Identity

Author: Gabriel R. Ricci
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351301101
File Size: 67,30 MB
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Travel, Tourism and Identity addresses the psychological and social adjustments that occur when people make contact with others outside their social, cultural, or linguistic groups. Whether such contact is the result of tourism, seeking exile, or relocating abroad, the volume's contributors demonstrate how one's identity, cultural assumptions, and worldview can be brought into question. In some cases, the traveller finds that bridging the social and cultural gap between himself and the new society is fairly easy. In other cases, the traveller discovers that reorienting himself requires absorbing a new cultural history and traditions. The contributors argue that making these adjustments will surely enhance the traveller's or tourist's experience; otherwise the traveller or tourist will be at risk of becoming a marginalized figure, one disconnected from the society that surrounds him. This latest volume in the Culture & Civilization series features a collection of essays on travel and tourism. The essays cover a range of topics from historical travels to modern social identities. They discuss ancient travels, contemporary travels in Europe, Africa and sustainable eco-tourism, and the politics of tourism. Essays also address experiences of Grenada's "Spice Island" identity, and the effects of globalization and migrations on personal identity.

A Woman S Passion For Travel

Author: Marybeth Bond
Editor: Travelers' Tales Incorporated
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In the footsteps of the bestselling A Woman's World, this new collection of adventerous, inspirational, and exhilirating stories showcase the best women's travel writing today.

Growing Younger

Author: Bridget Doherty
Editor: Rodale
ISBN: 9781579545635
File Size: 45,68 MB
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Breakthrough age-defying secrets for women.

The Art Of The Visit

Author: Kathy Bertone
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0762444932
File Size: 65,58 MB
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The Art of the Visit is an invaluable resource for the socially minded. During tough economic periods people tend to visit with family and friends for a mini-vacation instead of taking more expensive trips. This practical and humorous guide establishes the ground rules for successfully spending time with those people who are most dear to us. Full of anecdotes from the author’s experiences, The Art of the Visit illustrates the dos and don’ts of extended visiting from start to finish so that the reader can become the perfect host and/or the perfect guest.

Australia

Author: World Tourism Organization
Editor: World Tourism Organization Publications
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Although the Asia-Pacific region has, for a long time, been associated with inbound tourism its growth rate for outbound tourism is greater than any other of the world's economic blocks. One feature of this growth is that 78% of outbound Asian traffic is within the region itself, and this intra-regional traffic has an important economic role. UNWTO has therefore commissioned a series of reports on the trends and potential of seven leading markets: Australia; China; Hong Kong; India; Japan; Republic of Korea; and Thailand.

The Saturday Review Of Politics Literature Science And Art

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New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

Adweek

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Vols. for 1981- include four special directory issues.

Quill Quire

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The Book Review Digest

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The International Review Of African American Art

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Kliatt Young Adult Paperback Book Guide

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Midlife Crisis At Thirty

Author: Lia Macko
Editor: Plume
ISBN: 9780452286061
File Size: 55,29 MB
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A guide for professional women struggling with burnout or disillusionment shares the stories of women who have had similar experiences, analyzing the social and psychological factors that affect a woman's career and relationships, and offering strategies on how to achieve a healthier personal and professional balance. Reprint.

Who S Who In American Art

Author: Jaques Cattell Press
Editor: R. R. Bowker
ISBN:
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