Condé Nast Traveler: Travel Used to Be My Identity. How Do I Move Forward?
others who work in travel, there's also this realization that travel had, until recently, eclipsed most others parts of themselves. “I've definitely been having an existential crisis,” says travel writer and Travel Is Better In Color co-founder Sarah Khan. “I've always been very appreciative of the fact that I'm fortunate enough to have what many consider a dream job, and my personal and professional lives have blurred in recent years. Until I went into this period of stasis I didn't realize how much I've tended to lean on my work and my travels to define my identity. So I've really had to grapple a lot with who I am when I'm not on the move, and rediscover other interests and aspects of [myself]."