Is boycotting a country for its politics the answer? Or is it fair to travel to a country and ignore its politics?
It’s not always the big decisions that shape our lives. It’s often the stupid, tiny, laughable ones.
You CAN grow on Instagram organically, without gaming the system, plastering your gallery with perfect bikini shots and editing the hell out of your photos.
Nearly 5 years ago, I gave up my home and most possessions to embrace a digital nomad lifestyle.
Candid freelancing and travel blogging tips – based on my journey as a digital nomad.
Maybe this is the travel blogger’s version of a mid-life crisis.
Doesn’t it beat the impulsive, unpredictable, imperfect charm of life on the road?
It all comes down to priorities.
Feliz Año Nuevo! Lounging in the shadow of Volcano Mombacho in Nicaragua, 2014 feels like a gust of wind that blew away too quickly. That I have journeyed through countless countries this year is humbling. That my book is somewhat taking shape is thrilling. That I’m winding down my startup is downright heartbreaking. But such is life. Sometimes you’re left with with no choice but to let go off one dream in pursuit of another.
By the time you’re reading this, I’ll be flying over the Indian Ocean to the exotic Seychelles islands. I haven’t stopped dreaming about the pristine beaches and turquoise waters since my trip to Mauritius last year (Read: What a Fisherman Taught Me About Paradise). I didn’t think the seagulls would call me back so soon. In fact, I didn’t think I’d be travelling internationally for a while. And there’s only one reason. I’m learning to walk away.