Posted: 03/18/2014 | March 18th, 2014 As an American, it’s easy for me to travel the world. My dollar goes far (though not as far as it used to), and I only have to worry about visas to a few countries around the world. Yet not everyone is blessed with a golden passport (EU, British, […]
Last December while I was in Africa, I did a weeklong series of reader success stories to help inspire you to travel more. My goal was to show that I’m not special and my advice doesn’t work for just me — it can work for anyone, and anyone can travel if they just put their mind […]
Greetings from somewhere still in Africa! I haven’t been eaten by a lion yet (thankfully). This week I am sharing stories of readers who used my tips and advice to realize their travel dreams. If you’ve been wondering how easy it is to replicate my advice, let these stories inspire and show you that the […]
Today we’re going to meet Katie and Steve Nauman. They are a couple in their thirties from San Diego. Katie and Steve spent a year saving up for their 11-month trip before they quit their jobs and headed out into the world for the majority of 2012. Find out how the managed and what tips they have to pass on to their fellow travelers!
This is a guest post by Elise from Positive World travel. She sits down with some traveling couples to find out what works and what doesn’t when it comes to balancing a relationship with travel. While there is no secret to a successful relationship, these couples share the wisdom and insight they earned from months or years of traveling together.
There can come a time when your relationship “spark” loses some its brightness. While exploring new cultures and racing around the world, it‘s easy for your relationship to fall to the wayside or end up in a rut. In this guest post, Ant from Positive World Travel shares some tips to keep the relationship interesting while you’re on the road.
There are many tasks to perform when you travel. Questions constantly need to be answered: Where are you going to stay? What visas do you need? What currency is accepted? Splitting up these tasks early on can make traveling with your partner far easier and much less stressful than a disorganized approach, giving you time to focus on what’s important.
Couples fight. It’s inevitable. These fights can take a bigger toll when you are traveling with your significant other, however. In this guest post by Ant from Positive World Travel, he shares some tips on how to get over fights on the road so you can get back to doing what you should be doing: having a great travel expereince!
In this guest post by Elise from Positive World Travel, she shares an important tip for those traveling with their partners: take personal time. While it can be fun spending your days and nights with your partner, all that time together can lead to fights and arguments. To avoid some unnecessary conflict, take some time to yourself. It can make a world of difference!
Traveling as a couple is unlike anything else. You’re not alone, nor are you just traveling with some friends. It’s more than that. You’re traveling as a unit, and as such you get to share all your experiences (the ups and the downs) with someone else. It can be a challenge, but ultimately it is a source of constant joy.
In this interview with Dawn and Sean from Wandering Why we talk about the ups and downs of traveling as a couple. Couples travel offers its own set of challenges, and it takes some preparation and patience to be able to adjust. Find out what tips and advice they have to offer for other traveling couples, and how you can make the most out of your travels together!