Travel makes people less crazy, further proving the assertion that “travel is the best therapy”.
Hot springs, anyone?
Studies have shown that studying a second or third language will make you smarter, more observant and a better decision maker.
Ok, so I’m sorry for neglecting this blog over the last few weeks but I have a great excuse: I’ve… Continue reading »
Hey kiddos! Yep, you guys there! Playing computer games! The US Forest Service wants you to put down that smart… Continue reading »
Get your pancakes with a side of holy matrimony.
Sure, these famous actors, athletes and politicians are globe-trotting jet-setters NOW…but did you know that they were as kids, as well?
A few weeks ago, some friends from college and I went to a friend’s wedding in Finland. We then caught… Continue reading »
If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you’ll have learned a few things about me: 1. I’m terrified… Continue reading »
“Good morning and welcome aboard to flight 283 to Riga,” came the flight attendant’s cheerful announcement over the airplane loudspeaker…. Continue reading »
Ever wonder what it’d be like to spend the night in the cargo hold of a 747? No? Well, I’m gonna tell you anyway
I got stuck in Stockholm for a 12-hour layover on my way from Helsinki to London (long story) and I… Continue reading »
I spent much of my 20s asking myself that question. I’ve lived in a lot of places over the years… Continue reading »
Bungee jump, scuba dive and backpack through India…because new research suggests that taking risks and facing your fears is the key to being happy.
Maybe instead of asking “Are expats/serial nomads running away from their problems?” people should ask instead, “So what if they are?”
My ability to travel for long periods of time, sleep comfortably in a hammock and read maps would have made me an excellent candidate for the job of “pirate”.
One of my friend’s from high school and I went to Austin this past weekend. She’s one of the few… Continue reading »
According to a New York Time’s article, Americans in their 20s and 30s aren’t likely to move around much and when they do, it’s to move back in with mom and dad.
You know what they say…Hindsight is 20-20. Here’s the advice I’d love to give my younger self.
A 16-year-old polygot from New York speaks 20 languages.
A love letter to travel and all of the lovely, little things that make it worth while.