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Jean-Paul Sartre
10 reasons to travel
10 reasons to travel

Gulliver traveled. Look where it got him: lashed to the land by little people. Columbus, big traveler, right? Underestimated the circumference of the Earth and died thinking he'd found India. Sure, you can come up with justifications for never leaving the splendid safety of your office chair. Truth is, travel makes us better in many ways: better employees, better buddies, better mates. So, no, in these tough times, you probably don't feel the need to spend the money. But here's why we all should escape somewhere anyway: The anticipation Pros: A vacation begins the second you start to plan it. A study last year found that travelers' moods improved eight weeks before...

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