definition

traveling hang-over: [trav-uhl-ing hang-oh-ver]

The affliction with which one wakes the morning after a trip. Characterized by stiff knees, fatigue, disorientation and feelings of sadness and relief. Aggravated by empty refrigerators and time zone changes. Treatments include slow walks through one's neighborhood of origin, finding favorite foods with the utmost urgency, and letting someone else make the morning coffee. Spill out thoughts and memories from trip on paper to clear mind and restore Zen-like aura.