Over the past seven years, I’ve traveled through over 50 countries despite suffering from chronic anxiety. I hated behavioral therapy so much that I decided to make the world my “treatment zone” — and it worked, with amazing and life-changing results.
When I wrote a book about everything I’ve learned about managing travel anxiety, it became enormously popular — proving that thousands of people want to make the transition “from armchair to plane seat,” but haven’t known where to look. Are you one of them?
Would you like to overcome your fears like I did, by gathering more passport stamps than doctor phone numbers? If so, then give my book a try — and pack it in your carry-on luggage on your first journey. Oh, and keep your eyes open — who knows, we might cross paths out there!
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on Facebook (Rita Anya Nara). I am available for book signing events, guest blogs, lectures, and one-on-one travel anxiety consultations. If I don’t get back to you soon, it’s because I’m either on a plane, or jet-lagged. Don’t let anxiety get the best of you; just wait for my reply.
Inspirational, Rita. Keep shining.
Hi, Rita! I wanted to let you know that I’ve nominated you for a Very Inspiring Blog Award. Your blog is a great source of inspiration and entertainment for me, and I wanted to thank you. However, these awards are a bit time consuming, so if you’re too busy to play along, I won’t take it personally. Honestly, it took me the better part of yesterday to get the acceptance post together. Either way, consider this a fan letter!
Whoops! I almost forgot to include the link to the post!
Thanks for the inspiring glow … let it shine ever after