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Be inspired to take your next adventure - practical tips, fresh ideas, and stories to spark wanderlust.

There is no one way to road trip. From introspective solo journeys to romantic weekend getaways, friend-filled excursions, and more, Road Trips presents eight stories that highlight different ways to explore the world. Packed with photos and personal experiences, this inspiring and practical book also has key tips for enhancing every part of your trip, from getting out the door (with essential tips on packing and eating on the road - including recipes for car snacks) to taking in new experiences (with ideas for journaling and photographing) and bringing memories from the road back home (through creative collecting) .

Road Trips
is the perfect guide to inspire a life of travel. Enrich your life, deepen your relationships, and discover the world around you - it's all just a road trip away.

About the Author

Jen CK Jacobs

After serving as a salty sailor in the US Navy for seven years, Jen studied Design and Art History at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and worked for nearly ten years as an editorial photographer. Her photography and styling work has been exhibited throughout North America and is held in private collections across the globe; her clients included Chronicle Books, Roost Books, Martha Stewart Living, Delta Airlines, Food & Wine, Food Network and Kinfolk Magazine among others. Her work has been featured in countless publications including TIME, Lucky, Marie Claire, Oprah Magazine, Refinery29, VOGUE online and Bon Appetit online. She has authored several books including, Instant Love: How to Make Magic and Memories with Polaroids and The Circadian Tarot (all under the name, Jen Altman) .

An avid traveler, who regularly takes to both the dusty backroads of American highways and the serpentine side roads of Europe, her fifth title - about the wanderlust of taking to the road - published by Roost Books in Spring 2018.

Jen CK Jacobs lives, paints and writes in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina with her husband and six children.

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