When we embarked on this nomadic life one of the goals was to read. Everything we could get our hands on. About every country we planned to visit and live our lives. About every journey we dreamed of taking. About spots on this planet that we knew we’d likely never venture (hello, Everest), but were … More Good Reads for Travel Lovers & Curiosity Seekers, Volume One.
For my “Travel Secrets” column this week for Paste magazine, the topic is a favorite of many adventurous travelers: going solo. Solo travel allows us to learn more about ourselves without the filter of companionship as well as connect more deeply to the experience. We believe every traveler should venture out on their own, at least once. … More The Sweet Freedom of Traveling Solo
Walking in the Sahara was like nothing we had ever experienced. The only way I can describe the feeling is like seeing the ocean for the first time. Expansive, almost too big for this world. My first impulse was the same as most travelers. I flipped out my phone and took a picture. As that … More Spending Too Much to Stay Connected?
December 2016 During research and interviews for my latest “Travel Secrets” column for Paste magazine, I began to realize how little I truly knew about my rights when it comes to flight. Like many travelers, I was packing enough assumptions to burst a roller bag. My usual MO with a majorly delayed or cancelled flight … More What Every Traveler Needs to Know – Flight Rights
Saving money to travel more. For us, it’s one of the major themes defining our last 15 years. Even before making the leap and becoming full-time travelers/digital nomads (eighteen months ago,) we traveled extensively. Typically journeying abroad twice a year for a few weeks at a time as well as a hefty handful of shorter … More Money & Travel: Priority Setting