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How do you get the most out of a guidebook? In today’s interconnected world, you wonder if the guidebook itself is becoming an anachronism, a throwback to a time when people read actual newspapers and a social network usually involved a potluck. So I’m less concerned with the medium in which the information is presented – books, printouts of PDFs, downloadable e-books, podcasts, phone apps…
The best travel advice is to find advice that works for you. Here’s a useful bit of advice that can help you plan a trip and not be overwhelmed by all the details.
Taking time for small, unplanned, “unnecessary” trips may be more necessary than you think.
In Munich, Germany, at the famous Hofbrauhaus brewery, locals hang out at tables assigned specifically for them. They also keep their beer steins locked in racks that only they and other locals can access. This, in part, is what separates the tourists from the locals. And yet even though there’s a clear cultural divider there between insiders and outsiders, everyone is welcome. It’s the same…
Welcome to my site. Here you’ll find insights, discoveries and messages from along the way regarding the art of meaningful experiences, What’s a meaningful experience? That’s up to you to decide.
In general, it involves an experience – something you partake in – that makes a difference…to you, to others, to the world.
In particular, we’ll explore the intersection of travel and creativity (in all its forms, from art to business to life) and see how to travel in a manner that enhances your creativity and create in a manner that improves every trip you take.