Learning a new language is tough – and I’m terrible at it! That’s why I’ve reached out to Benny from Fluent in Three Months to help share some of his language hacks. With his strategies and tactics, you’ll be able to pick up any language in as little as – you guess it! – three months!
I make a lot of mistakes. Despite years of constant travel to over 70 countries, I can’t believe how often I still make rookie mistakes when I should know better. For example, in the last couple of months alone, I have: almost gone to the wrong airport – twice mistakenly booked two plane tickets for the […]
My belief is that budget travel tips are universal, because when we all touch down in a new country we all deal with the same costs. We may end up staying in different places and eating in different restaurants, but the methods we use for saving money will generally be universal. Let me explain…
Planning a long trip can be a daunting task. Where do you begin? What’s step one? What’s step two? What’s step three? It’s easy to get overwhelmed in the beginning, especially when you haven’t done something like this before. Use this step-by-step guide to help you get out the door and into your next adventure!
Long-term travel isn’t for everyone. And that’s ok. We each have our own preferences and goals, and while some of us want to travel forever, others don’t. It’s important to recognize that we each have our own travel path to walk. The first thing you need to discover is the path that’s right for you.
Sometimes your friends and family aren’t enthusiastic about your travel plans. They don’t understand and try to talk you out of going. It can be deflating and saddening. You’re so excited about this adventure and here they are, raining on your parade. Don’t let those people get you down!
Many readers reach out to me about this topic frequently. I can feel the angst in their emails and the confusion at not knowing to how deal with the situation.