Living with depression is hard enough, but traveling with depression can be much harder and even dangerous. And I’m followed by its shadow around the world.
Budget travel allows you to see the world on the cheap, but sometimes that extreme low budget travel breaks you. This is one of those times.
How much value do we put into things as opposed to the raw value being alive? Recently, my Macbook Pro was destroyed, and taught me a valuable life lesson.
What is this feeling I get in winter, and why am I feeling it? Some call it the winter blues – this seasonal depression that descends upon everyone when the cold grips us by the neck to steal our warmth and make our bones ache. I don’t think that’s quite it. At least for myself. I know that it’s not just winter that brings me …
After 2 years of travel, I’ve returned to the USA. Is this the end of my travels? With a feeling of dread, I discuss my return and what’s next.
After 3 months in Croatia working as a photographer, I say goodbye. Though I was ready for change, leaving a place can be the hardest part of traveling
Depression can hit you hard at any moment, but when it hits while traveling, it can be even more difficult to handle. And it’s just hit me more than ever.
There are times when traveling challenges you, and other times when experiences break you and make you want to quit traveling. Here’s my hellish experience.
I’ve left Australia months before my working holiday visa expires, and though I planned to go back, I’ve decided not to return to Australia. Here’s Why.
I’ve just received the biggest opportunity of my life, and I’m gushing with excitement. It was all because of travel blogging. It’s taken years to come to fruition, and it might not seem big compared to others, but it’s big to me. This is how it happened.
G’day mate! Or however you’d say that to a lady is Aussie slang. I’ve now been in Australia since June 2015 on a working holiday which makes it around 8 months since I arrived, and though I’ve had my fair share of ups and downs, it’s a pretty rad country. After my arrival, I went straight into work mode spending my days job hunting on …
The new year is here, and with it comes the call of new adventure and time to reveal my travel plans for 2016. Fernweh, that farsickness, my longing for faraway places — tugs so strong on my spirit. The end of 2015 it was so strong it was painful. 2015 was more of a transformational year, but 2016 is looking to be a transient and nomadic one packed full …
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Celebrating holidays abroad can be one hell of a jolly time, and it can also be a solitary affair where you wrestle with the joy of travel and the ache for nostalgic tradition. This Christmas, for me, was just that. his year I celebrated Christmas in Melbourne Australia. Unlike the past few Christmas’s that have come and gone while traveling, this one was more or less forgettable. …
Excitement. Fear. Elation. Anxiety. Euphoria. Hesitation. There are many words that can be used to describe the millions of emotions one experiences when traveling abroad for the first time, and when I first stepped foot into New Zealand — my first country ever, I experienced all of these and more.I’ve already stated that stepping onto my Air New Zealand plane and flying to the other …
After 4 years traveling around the world, I’ve had some wild and crazy and scary experiences. But it was my flight to New Zealand — my first flight abroad ever, that was the scariest moment of my life. Besides a panic attack on the plane, there was another big reason I was so scared.
It’s now been four years since I began traveling the world, and it has more than just changed my life. Here is an epic supercut video that will show you exactly why you should travel, and hopefully inspire you to hit the road!
We do so much worrying on the daily basis that it can literally kill you. If not kill you, it can make you go made. More importantly, worrying about the future can prevent you from doing anything you truly want to do. So I’m here to tell you, from experience, stop worrying about the future and think about now.