Now isn’t the time for a staycation.

Now isn’t the time for a staycation.

The whole time-line move up of World War III might have damped your traveling spirit, which is why this month’s PD Book Club pick hopes to remedy that.

Though he is considered to be a PBS staple, Rick Steves’ Travel As a Political Act does a beautiful job of making the case for hitting the road, and exploring different destinations, especially in what feels like iffy-er times.

Travel As a Political Act

If you liked this one, Rick Steves also has about 10,000 other travel books under his belt.

If you like this Travel As a Political Act, Rick Steves also has about 10,000 other travel books under his belt.

In 304 pages, Steves details why getting out of your comfort zone can be so rewarding, both for yourself and those you encounter along the way.

For us, his best plank in the travel argument is that it allows you to see past government propaganda, and to instead see people.

Pick up your copy here or from our side margin, and let us know if Travel As a Political Act reignites your wanderlust.