Traveling alone doesn’t have to be lonely. In fact, it can be a wonderful, freeing experience, and a journey toward self-discovery. So, if you are alone this season, perhaps the best thing you can do is go on a solo adventure. I believe that solo travel can be better than therapy because it forces us to be present in our environment. Eckhart Tolle writes in his book The Power of Now that we spend so much time regretting our past and fearing our future, that we are rarely living in the present. So, take this time alone to savor the delicious present moment — and enjoy the power of now. Here are the seven keys to making your journey amazing and powerful.