Do you all remember when 2020 started? I, at least, had high hopes and was excited for another year and all that jazz. Then everything decided to go to shit and here we are. Even though this has been a rough year so far, there is still a lot to learn and lots of ways … Continue reading The Next Evolution Of Travel Life Adventures Is Coming!
The movement that is taking place around the world, and in particular in the US, is shining a bright light on the inequality and injustice that is rampant in our communities. The travel industry continues to fall short in being inclusive of and representing Black and Brown people in the industry overall. From marketing representation … Continue reading Travel Industry: It’s Time To Speak Up And Step Up
Hi Friends! I don’t know about you, but the last few months have been a roller coaster of emotions. Some days I feel great, like I can handle everything and find joy in the small things, and other days I feel like the world is crashing down. I have come to a conclusion that is … Continue reading Grieving The Loss Of My Travel Practice: 5 Tactics To Stay Connected To Travel During Covid-19
The Atacama is the driest non-polar desert on Earth. It is wedged between the coastal Cordillera de la Costa mountain range and the Andes Mountains. An adventurer’s paradise, this stunning region has world class star gazing that will take your breath away, massive and beautiful salt flats and lagoons, high peaks, and a rich and … Continue reading When We Can Travel Again, This Is Why You Should Add The Atacama Region Of Chile To Your List
During this difficult and uncharted time in our world one of the positive things to hold onto is the ability to read more books. Normally, for me, reading can sometimes take a back seat to the multitude of other distractions available to me. But with added down time and being indoors so much, my ability … Continue reading Stories Of Adventure And Travel During Times Of Idleness
It’s an interesting time right now, a time that will be told over and over again in our history books. The feeling of uncertainty in what the future holds and what the world will look like once this is over. As I write this, I understand that thousands of Americans and people all around the … Continue reading How To Stay Connected To Your Travel Practice In Uncertain Times