I was reading a blog post today on how to save money for travel. In the blog post, she mentioned how she cut back on her spending to afford travel. By “cutting back”, she gave up buying $300 dresses she’d only wear once and spending $150+ a week on drinks with the girls. Then, she […]
The end of June marked my one year anniversary of leaving the United States to travel. I spent a good deal of the day in pretty deep retrospection. A year spent on the road, living in a culture so foreign to my own. It’s cliché to say travel has changed me but the reality is […]
95% of my travels are solo. I’ve backpacked through parts of Central America alone, I did a road trip from Pennsylvania to Tennessee and back solo and I currently live in Costa Rica solo. I love solo travel because I can do what I want to do, when I want to do it. I love […]
When I began this blog, I imagined that I would soon be on an adventurous round-the-world journey that would have me outside of my comfort zone on a daily basis, that I wouldn’t even need to make an effort to get outside of my comfort zone because I would be living outside my comfort zone. […]
Seneca Falls is where the women’s rights movement began and that history continues to be respected in the town, making it a must-visit for both history buffs and feminists.
Traveling is an amazing opportunity but between long flights and days in transit, indulging in local cuisine and lack of routine in general, it can be tricky to stay fit and healthy. Even if you have a regular health routine at home, it goes out the window when you travel – making it easy to […]