[…] I’ve been hard at work with graphic designer Catherine Reifschneider to reformat and revise my book 40 Ways to Travel Better. I’m just smitten with her new design and hope you will be too. Learn more and grab a free chapter! […]
About a year ago, I published my first book, 40 Ways to Travel Better. Publishing a book is both exhausting and exhilarating. For the past several months, I’ve been hard at work revising, updating and redesigning. I teamed up with graphic designer, Catherine Reifschneider, and I’m obsessed with her redesign.
Here’s a bit about the book:
I’ve had my share of adventures — lessons, mistakes and all. Like that one time I accidentally dined and dashed in France and realized it awkwardly late — like across the street late. Or the time I told a guy that I was sexually-aroused excited for a weekend in the mountains instead of pumped-up excited. (Hey, foreign language is hard!) Relive the worst night of my life on a train from Paris to Milan. And learn about how I dealt with missing my train across the south of France, which may have included bawling in the corner of the station’s bakery. Other adventures include spending the weekend in a castle in the French countryside. And dancing to Beyoncé at a beachside restaurant in Slovenia.
Included in your copy, you’ll score several handy lists: journal prompts, gotta-have apps, best travel investments and how to fill your solo travel time—without Instagram. Cuddle up with a cozy blanket and a cup of joe as you journey with me and learn how to travel better. Whether you’re backpacking across Europe or taking a cruise in the Caribbean, this book will help walk you through 40 strategies to improve your packing, documenting, photography, long-term travel, saving money, foreign language and mindset.