20 Ways to Stay Travel Inspired When You’re Stuck in a Cubicle
Read travel magazines.
Nothing helps me get over the stuck-at-home-blues than receiving the latest edition of National Geographic Traveler. I grab a cold beer and pour over the featured articles, coming away with plenty of ideas for my next vacation.
Get lost in travel books.
Travel narratives are a great way to go someplace when you don’t have the money or time to actually travel. Unlike most travel blogs, books are more about the place than the writer, so you can imagine yourself there.
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Fiction novels can evoke the same sense of place.
Read a fiction novel that takes place somewhere new to you. A good writer can often use the location as a character itself. “Love in the Time of Cholera” by Gabriel García Márquez is a great example.