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I'm not going to lie, it's definitely a change. I'm used to constant mobility and new sights--which I'm not getting at the
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.
Going through my clothing has turned out to be a wonderful way to look back upon my travels.
Travel blogging is a fantastic way to document your journey, inspire the internet world and make an income to support your travels. While starting a travel blog is highly recommended, this article goes out to those of you who already have one.
I was going on a road trip, and my parents weren't going to hear about it. My mother would've freaked out anyway. I could hear her now, "You have Crohn's disease, so why are you trying to travel across the country?"
Like all adventures, the transition from traveler to travel blogger never goes exactly as expected. One minute you're opening your brand new, shiny wordpress account, daydreaming of the day someone will actually pay you to gallivant around the globe... The next, you're up to your neck in editorial calendars, social media, and editing content.
Escaping to a sunny island isn't going to make everything better.
I’ve learned to live my life. To take something that destroyed me and turn it into something that builds me.
I've traveled around the world with my grandfather's Ex-Prisoner of War hat with me, since he passed away last August. I know how proud he was to wear that hat, so it makes me proud to not only honor him as a POW/MIA, but to honor one of the last things he said to me.
Key Safe Tips for Travel: 1. Send your family/friends a copy of your itinerary. List phone numbers and addresses of locations
Thinking about renting a motorbike on your next holiday in Thailand? Here are a few tips to help you understand and expect
I knew from the beginning of my planning process that I was going to buy an Interagency National Parks Pass, but as I began developing my route and schedule more seriously, I realized that it might be possible to visit every national park in the lower 48 states. And so the stakes were set.
Hello there! Today I am going to talk about something that has been on my mind lately. I see so many posts along the lines of "How I quit my job to travel" and it has been troubling me.
Sometimes, everything doesn't look like a picture. Sometimes, pictures are edited and cropped and enhanced and not everything is what it appears to be. But that doesn't, on any level, make a place any less worth seeing.
Learning a new language, leaving my career, having to calculate time differences and coordinate Skype calls... that's what I signed up for when I moved to another country. What I did not realize about moving to another country was just how much it would make me question things in my life.
It can be hard to sift through a myriad of websites to find those that truly inspire and inform, but luckily, most of the work has been done for you! These travel bloggers offer a unique perspective with anecdotes that will make you laugh, cry and most importantly, motivate you to get out and have your own adventure.
A family that travels together, stays together! Travel offers an excellent opportunity for family bonding and relaxation. When you are traveling with family and that too with kids planning eases out a lot of unexpected issues that you may encounter on your trip.
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