Money is often the biggest obstacle that prevents people from traveling, but it doesn’t have to be that way. If you’re a native English speaker, you have a skill in high demand all across the globe. Through teaching English, I’ve spent the last two years traveling and living abroad. I’ve explored all over Southeast Asia and had some of the most incredible experiences of my life. Find out how teaching abroad can open the door to long-term travel.
The holiday season is often a time of increased consumerism and waste, but it doesn’t have to be this way. Environmental consciousness is on the rise and it is easier than ever to find gifts that recyclable, biodegradable, or waste free. Check out our list of 10 Christmas gifts that friends and family are sure to love, and the Planet will thank you for as well.
Everything I see on the internet about how to save money traveling says pretty much the same thing. This post promises to be different! After months on the road, we’ve compiled our most effective; if unconventional ways to stretch your dollar and travel longer.
With a huge increase in travel and tourism over the past ten years, it’s easy to see why so many people dream about quitting their 9-5 jobs in pursuit of a life filled with more adventures, and less office time. We were no different. In 2015 we decided to turn that dream into a reality, here’s how.
Cutting down on plastic while traveling can seem like a daunting proposition. There is literally plastic EVERYWHERE. Its convenience and versatility are exactly why it is so widely used around the globe. But you don’t have to feel overwhelmed by single-use plastic. These 6 quick tips will help you drastically cut down your plastic use on your next trip.