Blog Archives for tag Travel Personalities
The results of a new study support what most travelers, including the late Mark Twain, have always known to be… Continue reading »
Travel makes people less crazy, further proving the assertion that “travel is the best therapy”.
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 »
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.
I guess I’ll start this blog off with a confession: I’m not a third culture kid. Not really anyway. Though… Continue reading »
Do you suffer from either one of these travel compulsions? Read on to find out. The term Dromomania comes from… Continue reading »
Whether you’re young or old, shy or outgoing, an optimist or a pessimist, if you’re a traveler, then chances are that you… Continue reading »
Kids and long-term travel traditionally haven’t mixed well. Is there a way to have kids without giving up your nomadic existence?
Photo by JBColorado. I loved the article “Do you know where your children are? Is that always a good thing?”… Continue reading »
I just read this fascinating article in the NY Times, “What’s New? Exuberance for Novelty Has Benefits”. You have got to… Continue reading »
I started reading Mary Morris’s book Nothing to Declare: Memoirs of a Woman Traveling Alone while in Argentina last week… Continue reading »
Okay, I’m going to do a little jig away from talking about travel for quick minute in order to recommend… Continue reading »
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I fell in love with Orlando during my sophomore year in college. Warm, exotic and full of Latin charm, our… Continue reading »
I’ve been reading The Happiness Project: Or, why I spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My… Continue reading »
On my way to Jamaica last week, I had an overnight layover in Miami. Not wanting to spend a lot… Continue reading »
Blogger Tina Su longed to escape the dull routine of daily life and thus, like so many of others who… Continue reading »
Side-stepping away from travel for a half-a-second, this post is about my second favorite activity: writing. I stumbled upon… Continue reading »
Finish this sentence: Home is… For me that answer isn’t an easy one. I was born and raised in Hawaii,… Continue reading »
I’ve been accused of being optimistic to the point of being delusional and until reading an article in the Huffington Post, I… Continue reading »