Traveling long distances with small children can be rough at times. Occasionally, it can feel down right daunting and exhausting. For those super hero parents who have children with special needs, your vacation turns into a full time job of careful organization for a smooth trip.
How to travel sustainably in a heating world. Ali Wines shares tips for reducing your carbon footprint while traveling.
The Realities Of Being A Digital Nomad And How To Do It Practically With House Sitting by Jenni Flett
This isn’t a story where I tell you how I gave up everything to become a high-flying digital nomad, because that’s not a pipedream I’m willing to sell. Carefree full-time travel is a myth. If you’re successfully living away from home you’ve either sold everything to go on the road for a while, work online or have a job abroad. The reality is to fund an alternative lifestyle, you need to be self-sufficient and adulting might be required.
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Have you ever taken the time to calculate the value of your unpaid labour? Not just the cooking and cleaning and, if it’s relevant to you, the childcare. I mean everything – paying bills, making appointments, taking other people to appointments, planning events, buying and wrapping gifts. I did recently, and a rough calculation told […]
Living in Costa Rica for a month gave me an appreciation for my life, for the way the universe unfolds in the most miraculous of ways, and for how easy it is to make a choice and change your life. I did that, and I’m so thankful everything happened the way it did! I decided […]
We reached out to Natalie – traveler, amateur photographer, and Vanlife aficionado – to learn more about her road trip to Guatemala, living part-time in a van with her partner and dog and her recommendations for women wanting to make a similar trip. What was the route for your road trip to Guatemala? We left […]
Let’s explore a hidden gem of Provence – Les Alpilles – with blogger Traci Parent. Why “Les Alpilles”? After Paris, the most popular tourist destination is the French Riviera. Here it’s easy to connect to your inner “Grace Kelly”, strolling through rows of yachts and designer shops in St Tropez and Cannes. Craving a more […]
Language is a huge part of every culture! It’s what allows us to feel connected to our home and heritage, even when we far away, surrounded by people unfamiliar with our background. A shared language can be the start of great friendships and deep connections while using different languages can divide us and scare us […]
Crete may not be the first island people think of for a Greek destination, but maybe it should be. It has idyllic, and remote, white, sandy beaches and an incredible mountain range called the White Mountains. It was also home to one of the oldest civilizations in Europe, has great food and wonderful people.