How to Make 15+ Travel Outfits Using Just 5 Wardrobe Essentials

As someone that’s had the misfortune of losing a checked bag before, you’ll rarely see me traveling with anything other than a carry-on. Sure, you have to be picky with what you pack, but with a few wardrobe staples, you can get pretty creative with your outfits. That said, I tend to overpack, even for

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The Ultimate India Travel Bucket List

*This is a guest post by Rohit Agarwal of Transindiatravels.  Being the 7th largest country in the World, India strikes the right chord as a tourist destination. It is located at the peninsular region of Asia amidst 3 different oceanic bodies. Home to the Indus valley Civilization and a region of historic trade routes and vast empire, its

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5 Reasons Bern is Switzerland’s Most Underrated City

Bern might be the capital of Switzerland but it doesn’t always get the credit it deserves. While many international travelers won’t hesitate soaking up the summer sun in Geneva or planning a winter ski trip through the alps, Bern sometimes falls off the map so to speak. Then it got me thinking…Is Bern the highly-underrated (and sometimes

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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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Bohemian Trails Partners with Yonderbound

In the nearly four years that I’ve run Bohemian Trails, I’ve only worked with a select number of brands. The main reason for this is because as a writer, my biggest power lies in the readers that value the content I create. Out of respect for my readership, and because I’m an avid traveler myself, I only

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10 Photography Tips from a Pro

*This is a guest post (including photos) by photographer Harv Greenberg; intro by Megan Eileen McDonough Although I’ve never been formally trained in the art of photography, I have plenty of time to experiment and improve my skills while on the road. I certainly have a long way to go but I’ve noticed some improvement

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How To Travel Cheap But Feel Loaded

Most bohemian travelers prefer to live on a budget but that doesn’t mean the occasional splurge is off limits. Here are a few tips for traveling cheap while feeling loaded. 1) Befriend a Local This is by far one of the best ways to travel free and fabulously. If you are traveling to visit a local,

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How to Avoid Toxic Travelers

This post is a bit off topic compared to my normal stream of lifestyle related articles but after a fairly recent press trip gone awry I felt like venting in a constructive and hopefully encouraging manner. While this will likely make more sense to other writers, I think that all of us have had to

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Tips for First-Time Couch Surfing

This is a guest post from Sonia Jeffers. I’m sure most people have heard about the concept of couchsurfing but for those who haven’t, the basic idea is “pay it forward”. You let a stranger sleep on your couch and one day when you decide to travel, someone does the same for you. Couchsurfing describes

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