I love reading. And I’ve fallen in love with reading all over again. Growing up I was an avid reader, though with movies and Netflix at my fingertips it’s all too easy to forget just how incredible – and fun – reading can be. So, if you’re looking for some good reads, look no further!
I can’t remember when I met Scott Dinsmore but, like so many modern friendships, I know where: the Internet. Over the years, we became friends and bonded over our shared love of travel, entrepreneurship, helping others, running an online business, and Taylor Swift.
Thanks to my grandmother, I’ve always been addicted to reading. With the summer travel season in full swing, I wanted to share my recent favorite reads. A good book makes a long flight go by quicker, so be sure to check out some of these amazing reads!
I’ve always been a voracious reader, but I go through fits and starts. This year I want to be more consistent. As we make our way through the new year, I wanted to share some of my favorite recent reads. These books will inspire, teach, and maybe change your habits.
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.
When it comes to travel, people think what’s holding them back is money. They imagine they can’t travel because, unlike me, they can’t tap the Bank of Mom and Dad, are burdened by their debt, and simply assume I’m just lucky and special. They’re wrong. With passion and some patience, everyone can travel. And I’ll show you how.
Vagabonding is often considered the backpacker’s bible. It is a treatise on the personal and world benefits of travel, especially long-term travel. I still have my original copy and occasionally thumb through chapters. Ten years later, find out why Vagabonding is still a must-read for any backpacker worth their salt.
I think travel makes everybody a more awesome person. We end our travels way better off than when we started. I believe that travel is something that makes you not only a better human being but a way cooler one too. Find out just how travel changes us for the better, and makes us into more awesome versions of ourself.
I guess this is the week of interviews! On Monday, Dave and Vicky shared why they travel the world, and today Lee Abbamonte talks about being in Libya when Qaddafi was being overthrown, as well as being the youngest American to visit every country in the world. I first met Lee a couple of years […]
Greetings from Africa! Somewhere right now, I’m trying to snap a photo of a lion without being eaten. In the meantime, this week I want to share stories of readers who used my tips and advice to realize their travel dreams. If you’ve been thinking about traveling for a while, let these reader stories inspire […]
Don’t think you have the time to travel? This article breaks down that myth and highlights all the ways to travel when you have limited time.