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The Fix

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“Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them”

MARCUS AURELIUS

PHOTOGRAPH: MATT MUNRO/LONELY PLANET, FROM ‘THE PLACE TO BE’

What does travel mean to you? Adventure, reflection, serenity? ‘Most of us travel to see unforgettable sights and enjoy new experiences but, ultimately, we travel in search of a feeling’, says Lonely Planet. Its new book, The Place To Be (£19.99), is a guide to 250 wonders, based on how they might make us feel, such as the Upper Antelope Canyon in Arizona (pictured), chosen for its awe-evoking landscapes. Each chapter explains how the emotions boost our wellbeing, and challenge our understanding of our world and ourselves.

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We encourage you to fall in love with life, to get out of your head and into nature. Spring is officially here and we’re encouraging you to try a ‘micro-adventure’ –  a 24-hour foray outside into the fresh air whether it’s walking in the hills, or sleeping under the stars. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, exhausted and fed up of slaving to support a lifestyle that doesn’t make you happy, then read how decluttering and minimalism can help you start creating a life based on values, not things in our  dossier. Join our month-long Psychologies Decluttering Challenge with expert Cait Flanders, author of The Year Of Less, who will coach us on how to simplify our lives.