This Russian mother talks about trusting the Universe and following your travel dreams, and balancing that with parenthood and employment. Hear it straight from Vera in this Woman of the Week interview.
When you lose your phone in the Sahara Desert, you usually assume it’s gone forever. But that’s not always the case. Here’s the official story.
A book review and excerpt of the book, “Learning Service: The Essential Guide for Volunteers to Consider”.
Welcome back for another Women of the Week interview, this time with a woman from my home town! Taylor and I went to the same high school though we didn’t cross paths much then. We connect when I saw that she’d started a travel blog […]
I found out about the ReDo Backpackers Hostel and Pub through Workaway when I was looking for a cool opportunity to spend a couple weeks in South Korea. When I came across Damien’s project (the founder of ReDo) I knew it was one I wanted […]
Welcome back to the Woman of the Week Series! This Week I’m bringing you an interview with a fellow Sarah, whom I met in Japan this past fall. We crossed paths at a small karaoke bar while I was on a pub tour through Osaka, […]
For many of us ladies, dealing with our periods is a huge annoyance, expense, and literal pain. Most of us can relate to the fear of getting our periods during our long-awaited beach vacation, or the panic when we realize we’ve gotten our period and […]
Welcome back to the Woman of the Week series! I’m eager to introduce you to Julissa, a friend I’ve met through a women’s Facebook group I co-run whom I’ve gotten to talk travel with a few times! When I heard she loved to travel and […]
This year I tried Workaway for the first time and immediately became a huge promoter of the platform. If you’re not familiar with Workaway experiences or the greater Workaway international exchange program, here’s the lowdown: you trade your skills and volunteer services for free accommodation, […]