TOOLKIT’s Head Coach, Mark Freeman, has been traveling and working around the world for decades. He’s recently started up a blog focused on travel mental health, working remotely in a healthy way, and interacting with our world mindfully and sustainably. It’s called The Mindful Field Guide.
There is already several posts up on mental health and travel:
Getting Over Panic Attacks on Planes shares a workout plan for doing ERP around panic attacks in cars, on trains, on buses, etc, before you head off on your vacation.
Practicing Loving Kindness in Granada includes a schedule for a solo meditation retreat focused on practicing gratitude and non-judgment while we’re adventuring around the world.
What if you Relapse on Vacation? tackles a topic many struggle with and offers tips on preparing for trips in a healthy way so you’re not in a vulnerable position when the vacation starts.
5 Tips for Traveling with OCD recognizes that we’re all at different stages with our mental health and managing OCD might be something you need to do on your trip. So this article explores how to do that in a way that won’t dig the OCD hole deeper.
Introvert or Social Anxiety? looks at how our social anxieties often shape our trip planning and the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves. Maybe you would enjoy spending more time with others, and it’s just about learning skills to do that well.