For those of you who may be planning a move abroad, here are 7 tips that might assist your efforts to squeeze your entire life into a backpack.
Whether you are taking off for travels, moving house, or just want to reduce the copious amounts of stuff you have – here’s why I think you should try selling everything you own at least once in your life.
The question I get asked most often is how do I get to travel so much? How do I go about pissing off overseas multiple times a year, travelling for longer than most people get on annual leave, even when I’m earning a reasonably low salary?
Booking flights online can already be confusing and carbon offset just seems like another unnecessary button to ignore. Sometimes I pay it and sometimes I don’t, but every time I sit there and wonder “What on earth does it mean?”.
Looking back on our first year without car ownership, it has been surprisingly easy. Let me tell you the story of why we decided against owning a car, and how it’s helped us travel.
On my most recent trip to Bali, Robert and I took a carry on bag that fit clothing, toiletries, and appliances for two people. Yes, TWO! The majority of the time, packing lightly in a carry on bag is a way better than check-in luggage. Here’s why.