All too often we get caught up on the little things: our plane being late or someone in the dorm room being loud. We spend our energy focusing on problems and things we can’t control. New York Times best-selling author Mark Manson talks about how travel helped him to calm down and focus on what really matters.
It’s hard to know what to bring when you travel. With so many conflicting opinions, knowing what to pack can be a challenge. Dave Dean, our resident tech expert from Too Many Adaptors, shares his expert advice on what tech gadgets are worth your time and money in 2017.
In 2005, Brook quit his job as a TV producer to travel around the world. With a camera in hand, he filmed his epic adventure. That footage eventually transformed into the backpacking masterpiece A Map for Saturday. Now, ten years later, I sit down with Brook to talk travel, life, and why the movie resonated so much with people.
Today I want to talk about FLYTE, this website’s nonprofit arm. This post has updates on new changes to the program, volunteer and internship opportunities, funding updates, and information about the group of kids we’re sending to Ecuador (thanks to you!)
Travel can get repetitive. When you see the same cities and sights over and over again they begin to lose their charm. Want to fight back against becoming a “typical tourist?” Try adding a theme to your travels. By focusing your itinerary around a specific interest you’ll have to get creative leading you to more adventurous and exciting travels!
Chris is a 31-year old traveler from Canada. He’s an expert on vegan and budget travel. With over a decade of traveling as a vegan under his belt, he shares some tips and tricks to help you find the best vegan food all around world. Best of all, he shows you how to do this on a budget by meeting and staying with locals!