January 2019

Personal Development—Travel

Don’t sit around steeped in isolation and trepidation! Let SN’s January 2019 edition on personal development inspire you and…oh, the places you’ll go! Whether planning for parts unknown; going here, there and everywhere, man; or getting that ticket to ride, this issue is your destination for vacation elation. Then, jet set over to Food Focus where there’s no lack of mac (& cheese) ideas. Don’t forget to travel to page 17 for the SNA Election Special, including the Candidates Q&A.

Log into your SNA account and scroll down to read this month's articles, view the digital issue or download a PDF of the magazine to print or share. Here's what's covered:

  • Planning for Parts Unknown The prospect of unfamiliar destinations can be an anxiety-inducing idea, whether you are new to travel or have done it many times over. Read this information-packed feature to see why it doesn’t have to be!
  • Planes, Trains and Automobiles (Plus Buses and Boats) With this handy primer, go to and fro during your next vaycay with ease—no matter the transport you choose.
  • Vacation Elation Get a sense of what your next dream vacation could really be from those who have been—and plan to go again!
  • Let Go of Your Travel Fears & Excuses Embrace opportunity and discard negativity with this guide of debunked travel trepidations.

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