This is my favorite part. This summer I got to see a couple friends that live thousands of miles away from me. I visited
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.
"You don’t have to be rich to travel, you just need to travel smart."