Every time I travel to a place with a different language, I try to teach myself a few words and phrases. I usually go with “hello”, “thank you”, “how much?”, “where is the bathroom?”, etc…..sometimes I like to be risky and step outside of my comfort zone and try to speak the language with what […]Read More 5 Stories of the Language Barrier Gone Wrong
Whether you’re heading to a foreign country or to a different state – accommodation can become pricey. Worrying about the price tag on your bed for the night should never be on your travel itinerary. Instead, open yourself up to different options. Step out of your comfort zone and try something new. Within my travels, […]Read More #TRAVELTIPS: Where To Stay For Cheap
Everyone tells you about how amazing travel can be – how it captures your soul and changes who you are. Everyone tells you about how your life will be forever altered by travel, and that once you catch the travel bug….there’s no turning back. But nobody tells you about the return home. Nobody tells you […]Read More What Nobody Tells You About Coming Home After Traveling
As I travel from city to city and country to country, I’ve come across many situations where I’ve learned something useful. Hopefully these give you some ideas and inspiration to make your life on the road just a tad bit easier….. 1. Using Google Maps around the city without using any data: I learned this […]Read More 15 Travel Tips That Might Make Life A Little Easier
I figured one of my favorite quotes was a good starting point here. This quote has always stood out to me because not only is it absolutely true, but I witness people doing exactly this every single day of my life. self-ful·fill·ment ˈˌself fə(l)ˈfilmənt,ˈˌself(f)ə(l)ˈfilmənt/ noun the fulfillment of one’s hopes and ambitions. Can we talk […]Read More WHY SELF-FULFILLMENT IS SO DAMN IMPORTANT
I receive the “What do you pack?” “How do you prevent yourself from overpacking?” questions quite often, but it’s hard for me to answer because everyone is different and has their own preferences and necessities. Depending on where I am going and the length of my trip, I carry all of my items in two […]Read More What’s in my backpack?!
I don’t travel through any type of program. My parents do not give me money to travel. I don’t have a sugar daddy. There are no travel agents or booking companies that are on standby. I just travel by myself. 🙂 (Edit: any way of travel is good travel). Ahhhhh, yes. The question I receive numerous times […]Read More How I Afford Traveling the World By Myself at 21