After one full year on the road, here’s everything we’re doing to afford full-time travel and make this lifestyle work.
This holiday season, give the travelers in your life something they’ll really love. From beautiful home decor to super practical gear, these are our top gift ideas for people who travel.
Supporting small businesses is part of being a responsible traveler, and we believe it starts at home. Lots of small companies are making unique travel and outdoor gear, and in honor of Small Business Saturday, these are some of our favorite products.
Free accommodations in a nice house and cool pets to play with while you travel? Yes, please! Housesitting has been a big part of our journey in Southeast Asia, and become much more than a way to save money.
When we left the U.S. to adopt a nomadic lifestyle, people asked us about how we’d deal with the mundane things that are second-nature at home – and one of them was laundry. Here are all the laundry options we’ve found on the road, plus our best tips for washing your clothes while you travel.
It’s no secret that flying can be pretty miserable, but if you want to travel to distant destinations, there’s no way around it. Fortunately, you can make your next flight at least a little bit more comfortable by packing these items in your carry-on.
When you’re traveling, eating out for every meal can seem inevitable – but it gets rough on both your wallet and your health. Here are all our best ideas for cheap and healthy travel foods, including grab-and-go snacks, super easy recipes, and things to bring with you.
Airbnb lets travelers stay in all kinds of interesting accommodations around the world. Many of the best-known rentals are outrageously expensive, but there are plenty of great options for budget travelers, too. All the places on our list are completely unique but cost less than $50 a night.
Need a gift for the traveler or nature lover in your life (or just a treat for yourself)? Try one of these awesome products, and make an impact by supporting a small business.
Looking for a unique camping experience? Leave your tent at home, and rent a decommissioned fire lookout or Forest Ranger station for the night.