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.
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!
Back before the Internet, when people wanted to plan a vacation, most used a travel agent. These lovely folks would book your flights, cruises, resort stays, honeymoons, and everything in between. With online booking so prevalent, I wanted to discover if travel agents were still relevant. Planning your next trip? Find out if you should use one!
You asked so I answered! In this big Q&A post, I answer your questions about finding your passion, how to travel without a lot of money, the best credit cards, my upcoming tour, homesickness, if it’s safe to travel to the United States, and much more!
Over the last few years, I’ve seen a remarkable shift in social interactions while traveling. With advancements in technology, we’re able to be wired all the time but constant distraction keeps us from enjoying the best parts of travel. Here’s why we should put our phones down.
You don’t have to have a lot of money to travel because you can work while you are on the road! Find work abroad is a lot easier than you think. In this post, I share 15 ways you can earn money when you travel so you can keep exploring the world!