3 Reasons I Picked Tiege for My Skin Care

As someone who spends my whole life on the road, I can’t believe it took me this long to consider my skincare. On the road, you’re at the mercy of whatever soaps and lotions the hotel, airport, or cruise ship offers. Admittedly, they usually all have pretty decent products, but it just wasn’t enough. I […]

3 Lessons I Learned During My RV Trip in Arizona

The thing I love most about travel is how it helps you grow. I am a nomad. I don’t tend to stay in one place for too long, the world is my home, and I like it that way. My most recent trip, an RV road trip through parts of Arizona, opened my eyes and […]

5 Under the Radar Luxury Travel Destinations

We all know the top luxury destinations: places like London and Paris have been on must-see lists for decades. However, there are a few spots that most travelers who like the fine things don’t know about. When you are planning to get away from the big city or crowds of tourists, you should pull out […]

Why the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Was the Best Marketing Accident Ever

[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”][et_pb_row admin_label=”row”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] If you’ve been traveling at all over the past several months, you’ve probably noticed that the newest version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been banned from flights all over the world. While it might seem at first that Samsung really messed up with their Galaxy Note 7, we […]

Keep Going: A Review of the New TraxPack Suitcase

It’s difficult to find a luggage company that has met the twenty-first century. After owning a number of luggage sets, I’ve had trouble finding one that can keep up with me in my travels and that has yet to implement smart technology. However, TraxPack has solved that problem in a number of ways—most of all […]

Rocking and Rolling in Memphis: Day One with TN Vacation

I recently visited Tennessee with the TN Vacation. They had a full schedule planned for me, including flights to Memphis, Jackson, and Nashville. I was looking forward to checking out the city and the music I heard so much about and trying some new culinary foods and drinks. Tennessee has been known for its Southern […]

How Brexit Will Affect Travelers in the Near Future

This is a guest post from Alex Schnee over at The Wayfaring Voyager. You can connect with her on Twitter and Instagram. Brexit was an unexpected event for many, including those in Britain. What started out as a vote that the world forgot soon turned Europe and the UK on its head, causing concern for […]

Looking Good on the Move–Bluffworks Pants

It’s always a struggle trying to find clothing that will travel well and that will hold up over the journey. Since I’m always on the go, I don’t have time to stop and iron clothing, but I also like to look good. Solving this problem is Bluffworks—a line of pants with a modern feel but […]

What it’s like to be an entrepreneur and a serious traveler at the same time.

Being both an entrepreneur and a travel addict has never been easy. There is really no excuse to be tied to a desk anymore like ‘back in the day’ (which really wasn’t that long ago). Just look at digital nomads, the rising number of people who use technology to work remotely and live a free-spirited lifestyle. It’s the rise of […]

How Social Media Has Helped and Hindered Travel

Social media and seeing the world are two of my biggest passions in life. Being so deeply invested in both, it’s a real thrill to watch how both concepts continue to revolutionize and feed off of each other. But, having done business for so long and also being a stark realist, I’m fully aware there’s […]