Want to Work Remote? These 5 Degrees Will Help

Back when I was starting college, I had very different ideas of what my life would become. For years, I planned on being a child psychologist and was pretty content with that. Then something happened; I studied abroad, landed a job in the fashion industry and everything changed. I started to realize that I wanted

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Step out of your Comfort Zone with these 5 Extreme Adrenaline Adventures

This post is collaboration with two of our partners. Talk about extreme adventure sports and everyone’s reaction goes like “What! I can’t possibly do that. Just the thought of it makes me feel dead already.” Well, nothing’s further from the truth. Undoubtedly, there is never a complete guarantee that things can’t go wrong while indulging

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8 Cities where Hotels just Don’t Cut it

As a professional travel blogger, I’ve stayed at hotels at both ends of the spectrum: from humble hostels to luxury high-rises. Still, there are some cities where I find it more appealing to rent a home rather than a hotel. From romantic cities like Paris and Buenos Aires to hipster havens like Berlin…. Here are 8

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5 Boho Cities I Can (and Did) Call Home

As I settle into my new home of San Francisco, I’ve been finding myself feeling nostalgic for other cities that I’ve also called home. I’m all about living in the present moment (or, at least, I try to be!) but let’s take a walk down memory lane. From my semester abroad in London to my

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8 Countries I’m Adding to My Travel Bucket List

A New Year, a New You! That’s how the saying goes, at least, and I plan to make the most of 2016. I’m sure we’re all dreaming of a winter getaway right about now, but the cold won’t last forever! Here are eight countries I’m adding to my travel bucket list this year. Let’s see

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How to Find Wanderlust in Everyday Life

As a travel writing professional, it might seem strange that I’d write a post about how to find wanderlust in everyday life. Yet, even travel writers can suffer from writer’s block and other struggles (read my last post). Plus, besides moving to the San Francisco Bay Area earlier this year, I really haven’t been traveling

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5 Women Who Inspire Wanderlust

Earlier this month I attended the first ever Women’s Travel Fest hosted by the lovely Kelly Lewis of Go! Girl Guides. Kelly and I met about two years ago while traveling through Israel and having kept in touch since, it hardly surprised me that she managed to pull something of this great magnitude off like

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Bike Ride Through the Cambodian Countryside

This post is by Karina Schroeder, one of our contributors.  Bright green fields stretched to my right and left, scattered with small wooden shacks with resting farm animals, drying clotheslines and barbed wire fences. A bright red dirt path stretched in front of me. The air was hot and extremely humid, a combined feeling of

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Travel as the New Social Clique

After a long but productive day I had come to the realization that I wasn’t going to make it out of my apartment as most people my age would on any given Saturday night. In an effort to clear my head a bit, I turned on the television for a few minutes of mindless stimulation.

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My Journey from Sydney to London

This post is by emily Banyard, one of our contributors. Like many Australians, my foray into travel started off as a ‘gap year’. A rite of passage – ‘gappers’ take time off between/after High school or University and journey as many places as possible usually on a shoestring. Late 2008 after finishing college in Sydney,

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