Meeting people on the road can be challenging if you’re not always comfortable in social situations. In this guest post, behavior investigator Vanessa Van Edwards shares her expert tips and advice to help you conquer your anxiety and become comfortable engaging travelers and locals while you travel.
What is the secret to traveling long term? How can I travel so much, so often? Am I rich? Do I have a trust fund? Are all my trips paid for by someone else? What is the secret?!!! Well, while money does help, here’s the real reason I can afford to travel so much…
Collecting points and miles is one of the easiest ways to reduce the cost of travel. While not every country has travel hacking options as amazing as the USA, there are still plenty of opportunities out there! If you want to increase the chances of your dream trip coming true, you need to get in the travel hacking game today!
Wouldn’t it be great to travel anywhere in the world for only $1,000? In this post, I break down how you can take trips to expensive, exotic locations for only $1,000. While $1K is not free, it’s a goal that many can save. Find out how you can get your flights, accommodation, food, and activities taken care of – all for just $1,000!
There are certain skills that might help you more than others if you’re traveling because if there is one constant in travel, it is that eventually, something goes wrong. But the good news is that they are skills you can learn and the longer you are gone, the more you learn to deal with unexpected situations.
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.