You don’t always have to be completely powerless when your flight is delayed or canceled.
I've already shared my suggestions on what to do, see and eat. Now I'm sharing 11 things to know before going to Cuba.
Throughout my travels, I've discovered a few things that have helped me to travel without all the stress and drama.
I've learned a few helpful tips along the way on how to stay active and healthy while on the road.
While documenting my adventures around the world, I have found a few strategies that have helped me take some great pictures.
There's a month that I like to think of as the most underrated travel month. I think this is the perfect time to travel.
My flying experiences got me thinking about the amount of time we spend in airports when we travel and how we actually pass that time.
I've written about this a few times, but this is my personal account of what I actually do to travel more.
For anyone visiting the Windy City for the first time, particularly during warmer months, here's how to spend three days in Chicago.
As the travel season gets going, I decided to share my top blog posts that will enable people to travel more.
I have unlimited wanderlust and what sometimes feels like a desperate need to satisfy it. Fortunately, I have found a few ways that help me combat the travel itch in between trips.
I travel, in part, for the food a good amount of the time. I also admit to being what some might call obsessed with finding great food when I travel.
I am sharing eight steps I've taken that have helped me travel more and will help you as well. I can't guarantee how much more you will travel, but I guarantee you it will be more.
There are ways to pack light for your next big trip that won't have you dealing with overweight checked luggage or, even worse, lost checked luggage.
Though I've shared my own tips on how to get started, I also wanted to collect advice from some of the most well-traveled people I know.
Thanks to my trusty resources and some creative thinking, I was able to help my dad and the rest of my family fulfill their dream of going to Europe this summer.
These Globe Getters have collectively ventured to every corner of the world and know how to make the most of any trip.
I've partnered with travel guide company Marco Polo to show you five steps to embrace your inner tourist and rediscover your own city.
Too often we let our own thoughts stop us from doing the things we love — including travel — but guess what? If you really want to travel, you can.
To combat that sadness, I have found there are a few things I do to help me readjust to daily life and look forward to what's next.
I have found these five steps to be a fool-proof process for having the perfect girls getaway. It's not complicated, but it means committing to the idea in order to make it a reality.
In reading so many of these "Quit My Job to Travel the World" articles, I feel as though travel is often presented as an either/or option.
A few years ago I started something that today I can't stop doing. It began as more of an experiment than anything else.
Similar to Santorini, the Amalfi Coast is one of those places where, when you see it in person, you think, "Really? Are you really that gorgeous?" The answer is yes.