Travel Addiction

Yet Another Reason Why Travel is Awesome: It Will Help You Live Longer

As if you needed another reason to travel, right? But just in case you’re on the fence about whether or not to splurge on that vacation or long weekend getaway, here ya go: According to this article in the Los Angeles Times, travel can: Lower your blood pressure Improve your immune system Make you smarter… Read More Yet Another Reason Why Travel is Awesome: It Will Help You Live Longer

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Gift Ideas for Travel Lovers (or, Things You Can Buy Me If You’re Feeling Generous)

Got a travel addict who has a birthday coming up? Or wanna buy me a present because I’m your favorite travel blogger? Well then…here ya go. I’d like one of each, please. ūüôā 1. A Unique Luggage Tag A cute luggage tag (which can be customized to include your name and address) available on Etsy.com.… Read More Gift Ideas for Travel Lovers (or, Things You Can Buy Me If You’re Feeling Generous)

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Travel addiction is real! Introducing “Dromomania” and “Drapetomania” (Mad Travelers Disease!)

Do you suffer from either one of these travel compulsions? Read on to find out. The term Dromomania comes from the Greek “dromos” (running) and “mania” (insanity) and was considered a real mental disorder in the 1880s through to ¬†the early 20th century in France. The illness, also known as “Mad Travellers Disease”, was attributed… Read More Travel addiction is real! Introducing “Dromomania” and “Drapetomania” (Mad Travelers Disease!)

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Decorating Ideas for Travel Addicts: Hand-Stitched Map Quilts

I’d love to have my own map quilt and these baby blankets are only $145.00, which ain’t too bad. Called “Soft Maps”, these quilts are made by Emily Fischer, a designer who lives in Brooklyn, New York. All of her quilts are hand-stitched and made from cotton. Map of Paris Map of Manhattan Map of… Read More Decorating Ideas for Travel Addicts: Hand-Stitched Map Quilts