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.
In travel, everything depends on your individual needs and desires. What travel credit card should you sign up for? Should you buy a rail pass? Backpack or carry-on? Everyone will have their individual preferences and goals. Unfortunately, there is no right answer when it comes to travel.
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 […]
Want to step up your travel game? These are my 27 golden rules for travel. Follow them! If you do, you’ll be a master traveler in no time able to travel the world with zeal – all without breaking the bank!
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.
Stay healthy and fit at home is a challenge, let alone doing so on the road! It’s a constant struggle I deal with, so I sat down with fitness guru Steve Kamb from Nerd Fitness to talk about ways we can all stay healthier while traveling.