Tales of a Solo Traveler: What I Learned From Getting Food Poisoning in Malaysia

Solo travel is not easy. Things not only can, but will go wrong, and it’s up to you to decide how you’re going to handle it. Here’s a story about a perfect plan gone awry during my last trip to Southeast Asia as a solo traveler and what I learned about myself in the process. … Continue Reading

5 Reasons Why Colombia Immersion is Perfect for Solo Travelers

To me, solo travel is all about challenging yourself, growing as an individual, stepping out of your comfort zone, and opening yourself up to new experiences and to new people. So when I came across the Colombia Immersion Spanish School, I knew I had struck gold. Check out the below 5 reasons why Colombia Immersion … Continue Reading

5 Mistakes to Avoid While Traveling Solo

Traveling solo is incredibly rewarding, but challenges will most certainly arise. Here are 5 mistakes I’ve made while solo traveling that you can avoid in order to have the most epic solo trip of your life! 1. Assuming all of your transportation will be on time Listen, if there’s one thing I’ve learned from traveling, … Continue Reading

5 Ways Solo Travel Makes You More Confident

For most, the thought of traveling anywhere alone can be a little uncomfortable and quite a bit scary. Thoughts of what could go wrong start swirling around in your head and you start to question whether you can do it all on your own. Luckily, discomfort is absolutely crucial for personal growth. As said by Margie … Continue Reading

8 Ways to Save Money So That You Can Travel More

Over the years a lot of people have asked me how in God’s name I am able to afford to travel so much. A lot has to do with finding good deals on flights and staying with friends in many destinations, but the majority of the saving portion comes from making small financial decisions that … Continue Reading

The Step-by-Step Guide to Getting a Work And Holiday Visa & Starting Your Life in Australia

Have you dreamed of finding Nemo in The Great Barrier Reef, taking a selfie with a kangaroo, or adopting “g’day mate” and “no worries mate” as part of your everyday vocabulary? Are you under 31 and ready for the best year of your life? Looks like you are the perfect candidate for a one-year work … Continue Reading