17 Reasons to Consider RVing Full-time in Europe

Hey guys! Today we have a Q&A with Jade from Digital Nomad Design about what RVing in Europe is like. Jade has lived out of an RV for two years, traveling all around Europe. I hope you enjoy! Table of Contents Jade’s background and why she chose to RV in Europe: Hi, my name is […]

What Living as an Expat in New Zealand is Really Like

Hey guys! Welcome to Living Abroad, a series that shows you what expat life is like in cities around the world. Next up: Erica, an American living in Wanaka, New Zealand. Here, Erica shares what it’s really like to live in New Zealand, from having access to jaw-dropping natural beauty to how New Zealand compares to […]

Where to Travel in 2020 According to your Enneagram Type

I don’t know about you, but I’m obsessed with the Enneagram, a personality test that pinpoints your deepest desires and fears. But what makes the Enneagram different from other personality tests? Personally, I love the Enneagram because it’s so accurate. Honestly, my results were kind of scary; it’s shocking how much a 15-minute test can […]

What Living as an Expat in Chiang Mai, Thailand is Really Like

Hey guys! Welcome to Living Abroad, a series that shows you what expat life is like in cities around the world. Our latest interview is with Alana, an American entrepreneur, writer, and blogger who has spent the last nine years living in Chiang Mai. Here, she shares what it’s really like to live in Chiang Mai […]

York in a Day: The Perfect One-Day Itinerary for York, England

Today we have a guest post from Kelsey from Sights Better Seen on the perfect one-day itinerary for York. Kelsey studied abroad in York, so she has lots of great travel tips and photos to share. Without further ado! Anytime someone tells me they’re going to England, I tell them to head straight to York. […]

How to Make the Most of 4 Days in Tokyo: Detailed 4-Day Itinerary

Looking for the best way to spend 4 days in Tokyo? You’re in the right place. Here’s my detailed four-day Tokyo itinerary which included suggestions on what to see, the best neighborhoods, and what to do at night. I hope you enjoy! In my opinion, Tokyo is one of the coolest cities in the world. […]

Why Ditching My Dream Camera Made Me Love Photography Again

I’ve loved photography since the age of 12 when after much cajoling, my parents gave me a point and shoot camera. Throughout middle and high school, I practiced photography consistently, asking anyone and everyone to model for me. Right from the start, I adored it. As I advanced, I graduated to increasingly sophisticated cameras: a […]

15 Essential Tips for Your First Trip to Japan

Planning a trip to Japan can be a doozy; it’s an organized, rule-following country that requires a lot of planning. Booking things in advance goes a long way in Japan — it’s one place I don’t recommend winging it. Japan also has lots of cultural quirks that you should be aware of. For example, did […]

Travel and Blogging Recap: November 2019

Hey guys! I’ve decided to bring back my monthly recaps. Blogging these days feels so… strategic, so I wanted to have a place where I could casually share my travel plans, book recommendations, and life updates. I’m also going to start sharing traffic and income reports. Thanks for reading! Hey everyone! I hope you had a […]

What Living as an Expat in Fiji is Really Like

Welcome back to Living Abroad, a series that shows you what it’s like to live as an expat in cities around the world. Today, we’re chatting with Chantae, an American travel writer and expat living in Fiji. Here, Chantae speaks honestly about the pros and cons of living in Suva, Fiji’s capital — from the insane […]

30+ Amazing Places to Visit in Munich: A Local’s Guide

Today we have a guest post from Jamie about the best places to visit in Munich. Jamie is a native New Yorker who has lived in Munich for NINE years. Today, she’s sharing her favorite attractions, restaurants, and events, as well as the hidden gems in Munich that most tourists don’t know about. Enjoy! There’s […]

9 Bizarre and Delicious Foods to Try in Japan (And One to Avoid)

On my trip to Japan this May, I had some of the best meals of my life. And I don’t say that lightly. But as anyone who’s been to Japan knows, the food is incredible: it’s well-balanced, expertly prepared, and steeped in thousands of years of Japanese culture. By any measure, Japanese food is some […]