Wanderlust

Changing your life direction. Contemplating the thought alone could be a catalyst for change. This thought can cross your
I have many interests I'd like to cultivate. I enjoy playing the piano, I wish I was better at drawing, and I'm working on
2. Seek Adventure Everywhere Fellow cruise passenger and world traveler Johnny Clifton encouraged us to go off the beaten
After a month or two of working from home I felt a little off. I started getting a little depressed and over-excited when
I recently got back from my 7th continent trip - a basecamp activity cruise to Antarctica. As one would anticipate, it truly was a trip of a lifetime and filled with unexpected adventures at every turn.
I'm so happy I went out of my way to see what locals like to call, The Crown of the Continent. Now I'm back to tell the story
Embark on Expedition I'll have 2 days to explore Ushuaia for 2 reasons: because I want time to experience the beautiful city
That's why you need to do it. Don't ask any questions; get in your car and go. You'll be surprised at what happens. You'll rediscover what it means to be alive. You'll crush any obstacles that stand in your way, and when you get back you'll be forever changed.
Every single bite is like getting one of the corner pieces.
4. Grow Personally and Professionally Traveling is humanizing as it puts you in a lot of new and uncomfortable situations
Thanks again, Ben and Trish, for the guide guidance. You guys were great to co-guide with.     (This post originally appeared
Why traveling solo can give you the best company Many people would like to travel, but they don’t want to go alone. So they
It was pretty disheartening to see the reactions of Torontonians to my article on why New Yorkers should consider Toronto
Nonsense. I had weeks as a freelancer where I made less than $200. I had weeks where I was receiving bountiful amounts of