The hardest thing that most folks will have to deal with when things start heading south is that their movement is going to be seriously constrained.
Americans "love of the road" is going away. You are going to have to make the place that you live where you want to be, not some mythical elsewhere when you have enough coin scraped together.
We have somehow become a society of jet-planes, second homes, time share condos, and endless racing around. Lets face it, as peak oil comes in to roost, you had better be comfortable where you are, because it is going to be hideously expensive to get somewhere else.
Movement equals energy use. I have 500,000+ airline miles and by having such I acknowledge that I have been part of the problem. I helped lower the needle on our the gas tank that powers civilization.
But it really isn't going to be all that bad. Most of it is going to be a simple recognition that the party is over. What will probably happen is that the cost of getting around will rise until folks realise that they pretty much have to stay put.
Maybe this will solve a lot of my big issues. Maybe we can get shut of the shallow, self-absorbed masturbation that passes itself off as the "tourism industry". By making travel expensive, when you go and visit other places maybe it will become the precious gift that it is.