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Experiential Travel: Another Way for People to Take Your Money


For about the last year or so, the term “experiential travel” has been batted around the industry like a ping-pong ball.

UPDATES: I’m Hosting More Speaking Events and a Newer Guide to Free Flights


Hello everyone! Happy Thursday! I’m currently leading a tour around Austin (if you’re in town, come to the BBQ tomorrow) but here’s just a quick update today, as I have two big announcements: First, the Nomadic Network tour is back!

30+ Essential Resources for the Modern LGBT Traveler


I’ve added an LGBT column for the website to make the site more inclusive and talk about issues that affect some members of our community.

The End of Goals: Thoughts on Turning 36


In 2013, I created a list of 19 things I wanted to do before I turned 35. This list was going to serve as a guide for all my travels until I hit that all-important (OK, not really) birthday.

7 Common Myths About Traveling Africa – And Why They Are Wrong


Kristin Addis from Be My Travel Muse writes our regular column on solo female travel. It’s an important topic I can’t adequately cover, so I brought in an expert to share her advice for other women travelers to help cover the topics important and specific to them!

How Amanda Educates Her Kids From the Road


Ever wanted to travel the world with your family? Not sure how to do it on a budget? Not sure what to do about their education?

The End of Goals: Thoughts on Turning 36


In 2013, I created a list of 19 things I wanted to do before I turned 35. This list was going to serve as a guide for all my travels until I hit that all-important (OK, not really) birthday.

How to Travel Around Namibia on a Budget


Welcome to the latest post in our Africa column by Natasha and Cameron from The World Pursuit. While I’ve been to the continent in the past, I’ve only seen a few countries so I’m super duper excited to have these two travelers share their knowledge about traveling the continent.

How to Travel Around Namibia on a Budget


Welcome to the latest post in our Africa column by Natasha and Cameron from The World Pursuit. While I’ve been to the continent in the past, I’ve only seen a few countries so I’m super duper excited to have these two travelers share their knowledge about traveling the continent.

Updates on Giving Back (and an Ask for Help!!)


Today I want to talk about FLYTE, this website’s nonprofit arm. Over the last few months, I haven’t kept everyone as up to date about the organization as I would like.

Updates on Giving Back (and an Ask for Help!!)


Today I want to talk about FLYTE, this website’s nonprofit arm. Over the last few months, I haven’t kept everyone as up to date about the organization as I would like.

How Amanda Educates Her Kids From the Road


Ever wanted to travel the world with your family? Not sure how to do it on a budget? Not sure what to do about their education?

How Amanda Educates Her Kids From the Road


Ever wanted to travel the world with your family? Not sure how to do it on a budget? Not sure what to do about their education?

Is it Safe to Visit the United States?


Europe is safe to visit. Someone asked (with a degree of snark) if I would I write a similar article about the U.S.

Is it Safe to Visit the United States?


Europe is safe to visit. Someone asked (with a degree of snark) if I would I write a similar article about the U.S.

How Amanda Educates Her Kids From the Road


Ever wanted to travel the world with your family? Not sure how to do it on a budget? Not sure what to do about their education?

Is it Safe to Visit the United States?


Last month, I wrote an article about why, despite what you see in the news, Europe is safe to visit. Someone asked (with a degree of snark) if I would I write a similar article about the U.S.

How Travel Taught Me How to Not Give a F*ck


I vaguely knew about Mark Manson. He was a friend of friends, a fellow blogger, and someone I knew who wrote well researched (and always a little controversial) posts.

How Travel Taught Me How to Not Give a F*ck


I vaguely knew about Mark Manson. He was a friend of friends, a fellow blogger, and someone I knew who wrote well researched (and always a little controversial) posts.

Breaking Up with American: A Frequent Flying Budget Traveler’s Dilemma


I did it. I went back and forth on the decision for a long time. Like someone who just couldn’t let go, I continued with the relationship even though I knew, deep down, it was over.


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