Category: Travel Tips

How to travel the world & work remotely

While I cringe at the thought of referring to myself as a “digital nomad” or even a “travel expert,” with over 3 years of remote work and 42 countries visited under my belt, I figured I might have some valuable information to share with others who may be intrigued in dabbling in this sort of

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How to find cheap, last-minute flights

Searching for and booking flights can feel like a cruel game. Airlines hike up the prices on the day you want, the only cheap option has grueling layovers, or you get excited to see a low fare, only to get hit with taxes and fees upon checkout. The flight you booked for $1000 drops to

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First GPSMyCity Giveaway of 2019!

Can’t believe it’s already 2019! Have you started working on your #travelgoals? So far I’ve gone from Australia -> Los Angeles -> Minnesota and now writing this from Costa Rica! I’m here to let you know about another giveaway of my GPSMyCity articles. When you’re in a new city, and you don’t know where to

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Why it’s OK to feel culture shock.

I haven’t felt compelled to write lately. It’s not for lack of content, I have about 5-10 blog posts in the “brainstorm” queue, I just haven’t been able to muster the creativity to piece them together. Instead of forcing it, I wanted to give myself a break and wait until I felt some inspiration to

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How I (don’t) Make Money by Blogging

There’s something about self-help books and other motivational content that is both infuriating and magical. Even on my most cynical and unmotivated of days, all it takes is reading a quote by Elon Musk and suddenly I’ll be setting my alarm for 5 a.m., going to the gym, and writing lists of (ridiculous) business ideas.

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Why you SHOULDN’T quit your job to travel the world.

Things on the internet are getting out of hand, especially when it comes to travel. Pinterest is flooded with catchy photo-collages telling you to quit your job and buy a one-way ticket to Chiang Mai. There are countless YouTube channels by full-time travelers that you can subscribe to. Even worse, now there are online courses

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5 Things I Learned in Morocco

Are you nervous about going? It’s just you two going? Have you talked to anyone else who has gone alone? Do you know where you’re staying? Are you sure you don’t want to go with a guided tour? These are a few of the worrying questions I had to formulate answers for when I told

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Let Travel Articles Guide You

There is a plethora of incredible travel related content and advice out there now from hundreds of different travel bloggers just like me. Reading through travel blogs is one of my favorite things to do before I leave on a trip to a new place. Articles written by real travelers just like me can give

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