Dating. Health. Fashion. All the great randomness that comes with traveling and living abroad...we got it all here.
My childhood room was turned into an AirBnB.
There are particular advantages to undergoing the potential added stress of shared housing.
Street performing in itself is an art. Learn how to use your talents to earn a few extra coins here and there during your travels.
Starter tips on how to reestablish a social network in your new home abroad.
"You’ve got to assimilate the culture quickly and learn that nothing here is reliable. But eventually the chaos will be one of the reasons why you love it here."
A recount of what it's like to racially stand out from the crowd while traveling the world, and how stereotypes and generalizations negate individual identities.
For the serial solo traveler, group travel can be daunting and overwhelming. Traveling as a pair, however, may just be the next best thing.
A brand new space on the island of Kerkennah where Digital Nomads can live and work in paradise.
Planning your European vacation is quite an undertaking. It’s time to strategize and prioritize.
The American abroad has to be observant and adaptable if they hope to do more good than harm – and not become a local oddity or a walking faux-pas.
The real question is, will the Trump Era be an impetus for more millennials to take advantage of opportunities to live abroad?
Unlike the super yachting industry, private yachts will often take on a crew that doesn't necessarily have all the fancy qualifications, uniforms and bells and whistles.
5 tips and tricks to keep costs low and spirits high in Bali!
At the end of the day you have to know yourself. You have to know your budget, your threshold for being uncomfortable, and ultimately what you value in a travel experience.
A comparison of some interesting facts I have learned from living on both continents: our typical diets, lifestyle, and stress levels.
Making the move to becoming an expat doesn’t need to be a terrifying thought. Whatever the foundation of your decision may be, consider the following five steps as your starter guide to expatriate life.
You plant roots in numerous places. You make your mark. Everywhere you visit and every person you meet feeds your soul and in turn, they keep a little bit of your soul to themselves, always.
Tree houses and yurts surrounded by two lakes. Here's your chance to go off the beaten path, and totally zen out with nature.
You are absolutely loving Madrid and it’s showing you love handles – I mean love – right back. Might be time to buy a blender.
Two weeks after moving to England it was that time of the year, MY BIRTHDAY.
Enough with the traveler vs. tourist debate. Here’s why everyone is entitled to their own adventures.