Planes get delayed, reservations blundered, restaurants overbooked. Sometimes it rains on your only beach day. “Travel inherently involves uncertainty,” says David Gelles, a New York reporter and the author of . “Mindfulness can make us more comfortable with that uncertainty.”

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