What drives some of us to forsake the comforts of home and explore the world? Is there a scientific explanation for why some of us are slaves to our wanderlust, while others are dead set on staying put? In this post, science and travel writer Kayt Sukel explores whether or not DNA is the answer to why some of us have an insatiable sense of wanderlust.
Ever juggle too many projects? I’m trying to do eight things while traveling and it’s been hard to maintain. In an effort to create more balance in my life, I’m making a change: no more timetables, no more deadlines. Change is coming and it is coming now.
At the end of July, I launched a new educational foundation called FLYTE (The Foundation for Learning and Youth Travel Education). The foundation raises money to fund overseas trips for underserved high schools so students could see the real world applications of what they were learning in school. This post is about schools can apply for funding and be part of the program.
The world of travel changes in small ways as the essential why and how never changes. Here’s why you see few cutting edge travel tips and why travel doesn’t have major paradigm shifts like other industries (and why that doesn’t matter!)
I can’t remember when I met Scott Dinsmore but, like so many modern friendships, I know where: the Internet. Over the years, we became friends and bonded over our shared love of travel, entrepreneurship, helping others, running an online business, and Taylor Swift.
This is an update on our first program and how we’re raising funds for FLYTE and the schools we are partnering! There’s a lot of exciting things going on with our new organization.