Every six months I like to survey the community to get a sense of what’s working and what’s not. Checking in lets me understand what you like and how you feel. This survey will take only five minutes of your time and these responses lead to site improvements.
This group of students are going to Quito to learn about the culture and volunteer. They’re part of the FLYTE program and we’re super excited to have them!
Travel is a good thing but, in the rush to get people to travel, we often over look the negative impact of it. Is too much travel a bad thing? Is there an argument to be made for traveling less? This post explores whether or not we are doing harm doing the thing we love the most.
If you want more out of your life, you have to go out there and get it. Staying at home, watching Netflix, and wondering what might have been won’t improve your life. You have to go out and play the game of life to win at it. My life isn’t going to change unless I make it happen. Neither will yours.
This year has been one of the toughest since I started traveling. I experienced love, loss, heartbreak, anxiety, and too much work, I knew I had to change things. It took me a lot to realize what I needed to do, but the toughest lessons the ones worth learning.
The last 10 years on the road have been one happy accident after another. When I think back on all the things I’ve experienced, I count myself blessed. In honor of my ten year anniversary as a nomad, I’m sharing my favorite life changing moments from a decade on the road.