If you’re living in Kampala or passing through while working, finding a cafe with good wifi is essential. After living in Kampala for a month I’ve found quite a few cafes for digital nomads or remote workers to recommend. Here are six of the best internet cafes in Kampala, equipped with wifi, yummy snacks, and […]
This Digital Business Owner shares how she fell in love with travel and turned it into a lifestyle.
A book review and excerpt of the book, “Learning Service: The Essential Guide for Volunteers to Consider”.
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, cultural exchange, and sometimes meals (!) with hosts from around […]
I’m excited to introduce you to our Woman of the Week, Linn, a life coach who loves to travel. In this interview, Linn will share some of her favorite travel memories, and tell us a bit about her job, and give us a look at her average day. Thanks, Linn, for sharing some of your […]
Happy New Year everyone and welcome to 2019! November and December were much busier months than I anticipated (I feel like I say that every month) and Suitcase Six was quiet, but I am finally getting settled at home in Indiana. That means I’m back to writing and learning about sustainable travel with you. The […]
Sheree is our woman of the week coming to you with a job directly related to the travel industry. As she’ll explain a bit, she created her own job curating very unique travel experiences where her American clients meet and interact with local experts in the destination. I was blown away by her business savvy idea and […]
Emma Shimmens is the first to volunteer to share her story in “season two” of this Woman of the Week series. I have the pleasure of sharing this interview with a marketing lead, where Emma tells about what that means, how she came into this role, and what an average day looks like for her. She also gives us […]
Slow travel – are you familiar with it? I hadn’t heard of this concept until the past year or so when I started meeting people who worked remotely or traveled for a living. (Yes, those people do exist, making a living off of sharing their travel stories through blog, video, and the like. I can […]
I’m doing it! I’m halfway through my round-the-world trip, maybe just a little more, and so far I’m surviving. Sometimes I’m even thriving! Sometimes not so much. I left on May 13 and I’m writing and posting this sometime in late August/early September. (I’m was zipping through Russia on a train, on the longest […]