Travel can be tough on relationships. After a long trip, it may be hard to slip back into those old routines. People have moved on, their lies have changed – and so has yours. It may be hard to find those friends again, but t the very least you will discover something important: who your true friends are.
It happens to us all. After months on the road, you wake up one day and feel a little off. Travel doesn’t seem as exciting as it used to be. You’re bored, tired, and uninterested. Welcome to the travel slump. But don’t worry – there is a cure!
What makes a nomad a nomad? Or a backpacker a backpacker? How do you define a budget traveler? Am I a nomad because I move around a lot, or did I give up the rights to call myself that when I got an apartment? Am I a luxury traveler because I stay in a hotel […]
Ten years ago, I embarked on the trip that would change my life. I took a by following my guy, and I am glad I did! Anniversaries have a strange way of making you nostalgic and reflective, and, as this one approached, I couldn’t help but reflect on that trip.
It can be scary traveling alone, especially when you’ve never done it before. But if you’ve been putting off a trip because you’re waiting for someone to go with — stop. Just go. Otherwise, you may just end up waiting until it’s too late.
Post-travel depression is something all travelers experience. Coming home, more often than not, is harder than leaving. We talk about how amazing and life-changing long-term travel is but seldom address the idea that coming home is emotionally and psychologically challenging.