Spread your wings and expand your horizons! All the best things happen when you leave your bubble of comfort and explore beyond your home.
News flash: Travelling solo doesn’t always mean going it alone.
It's a sense of freedom, a time for you to discover yourself and it’s simpler than you think! Going it alone is a rite of passage for many youngsters, and it’s steadily on the rise with one in six (15%) choosing to opt for more ‘me time’ last year.
For most of us, when we venture off to greener pastures, we tend to have, at least, an outline of our plan. Whether it’s travelling on a Working Holiday Visa to work on the slopes in Canada or to set sail on a boat exploring the outer South Pacific, we tend to have some idea of what we want.
New York, New York… a city loved for so many different reasons and a very attractive location for digital nomads seeking a rich life experience.
If you haven’t hit the road much then this article will be a worthwhile read. You might be wondering how to travel on a budget? What can you travel effectively? Does it really work? Will I have a fulfilling experience? Can I afford it? Anyone can stick to a travel budget! It just really depends on where you are going and how far you’re willing to stretch your savings.
Becoming a vegan isn’t exactly the smoothest transition to make, but as all vegans know, the benefits outweigh the negatives. One common misconception, however, is that being a vegan makes it difficult to travel the world. Sure, it can be a bit harder than travelling as a non-vegan, but it certainly isn’t impossible.