Travel Tips

How to Work Remotely and Travel the World

Traveling the world is an enriching, life-altering experience – but it doesn’t come cheap. Despite this, you don’t have to spend years saving up for your adventure if you’re willing to work while you are seeing the worl...


Do I Need Travel Insurance?

Whether you’re traveling for two weeks or one year, I always recommend getting travel insurance for a peace of mind. Here’s why. If you’re planning on taking a well-earned break, it’s important to set time aside...



The Definitive Guide to Packing for Safari

If you haven’t perfected your packing skills into a fine art, this is your chance. If you’re fascinated by the concept of economy applied to weight and space, prepare to master bundling. Yes, you can stash everythin...


How to Get through Airport Security Faster this Winter Holiday

With the holiday season coming up, airports will be getting busier than ever, and flying is about to get more annoying than it already is. Holiday travel this year will probably be even more challenging with extra airport secur...



That Facebook Album Isn’t Enough: Keep Your Travel Memories Safe Forever

If you’re a frequent traveler, you likely have a solid routine down. You know the best ways to pack, how to easily get in touch with your faraway friends, where to find the best hostels, and how to find the closest, cheapest ...


What You Need to Know About Online Access Before You Go Abroad

If you’re headed out of the country, whether for vacation, work, or a study abroad program, you don’t want your online access to be limited just because you’ve left the country. You want to Skype your mom from the Andes, ...



Travel Hacking: How to Find Cheap Flights

Hate spending hours trying to find the best flight deals? It can get frustrating sometimes scouring websites and search engines to seek out the lowest airfare. Thankfully these days there are lots of techniques we can use to h...


How to Pack Light If you’re Disabled

Most people find it challenging to pack for a trip away. The temptation to take too much is always there, yet you know you’ll never use everything you take. With some forward planning it becomes easier to travel light – but...



Dive Gear Guide: Choosing A Regulator

The first in our series of Dive Gear Guides, this article covers how to select a regulator that best suits your needs as a recreational diver. Ranging in price, from a couple of hundred dollars to over a thousand, there are a r...


A Simple Guide to Backpacker Travel Gadgets

We’ve all been in that frustrating situation of making a decision on what to pack in our backpack and what to leave out. I often find myself stuffing my backpack with loads of stuff that I’ve deemed as ‘essent...