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A little story about the day I lost my travel mojo – and how it taught me there will be times when we fall out of the rhythms and routines of our life. Passenger Tickets, Losing Me, Boarding Pass, Lost, Teaching, Day, Travel, Viajes, Traveling

The day I lost my travel mojo.

A little story about the day I lost my travel mojo – and how it taught me there will be times when we fall out of the rhythms and routines of our life.

Loneliness or Freedom: The Existential Conflict of the Modern Expatriate - Peregrine Existential Crisis, True Happiness, Forever Living Products, Loneliness, Freedom, Deep, Country, Live, Modern

Loneliness or Freedom: The Existential Conflict of the Modern Expatriate - Peregrine

In the summer of 1951 an expatriate from New Jersey opened Le Mistral in Paris, a bookstore he named after his first French girlfriend. From the very first night 38-year-old George Whitman allowed writers, poets, artists, and bohemian travellers to sleep in his shop on a series of mattresses and towels that he’d arranged on …

10 Summer Survival Tips: Beat the Heat Without AC Survival Equipment, Survival Prepping, Emergency Preparedness, Survival Skills, Survival Gear, Survival Hacks, Questions To Ask, This Or That Questions, Writing A Persuasive Essay

Questions to ask before becoming an expat

Making the decision to become an expat isn't an easy one -- there are many factors to consider when deciding to live away from your own country. I have met so many people who tell me they wish they could be an living as an expat. While being an expat is amazing and life-changing, it…

Thinking of moving to Nepal? Take a read of this extensive article on what is it like to live in Nepal? From expenses to culture, food & working there. Nepal, Times Square, Street View, Live, Travel, Viajes, Traveling, Tourism, Outdoor Travel

What is it like to live in Nepal?

Thinking of moving to Nepal? Take a read of this extensive article on what is it like to live in Nepal?. From expenses to culture, food & working there.

The Joy of Culture Shock - Brendan van Son Photography Culture Shock, North America, Street View, Joy, Photography, China, Travel, Life, Fotografie

The Joy of Culture Shock - Brendan van Son Photography

No, the title of this article is not sarcastic. Culture shock is something nearly everyone deals with in travel. Myself, I’ve run into cases when I least expected it to happen like on arrival to Dublin a couple years back, and even upon returning back to North America after a year abroad. But over the […]

Lessons From Travel: Reflections After Seven Years on the Road by Acosta Weibel Travel Around The World, Around The Worlds, Lessons Learned, Street View, Female, Life

Traveling Around the World - Lessons Learned After Years on the Road

After years of traveling around the world, this perpetual traveler shares lessons that have her seeing the world through different eyes.

A beautiful account of expat life on the remote island of Ukerewe, Tanzania. They’ve Never Heard of Cheese by Mark Weston Small Island, Tanzania, Never, Remote, Bucket, Victoria, Clouds, Cheese, Life

They’ve Never Heard of Cheese

Mark Weston on the surprises of being a Brit living on an island in the middle of Africa’s largest lake.

 Fruits, nannies and reflections on expat life. Reflection, Advice, Life

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Loneliness or Freedom: The Existential Conflict of the Modern Expatriate. All expats can relate to this brilliant essay! Peregrine, Loneliness, Freedom, Modern, Travel, Life, Pilgrim, Liberty, Trendy Tree

Loneliness or Freedom: The Existential Conflict of the Modern Expatriate - Peregrine

In the summer of 1951 an expatriate from New Jersey opened Le Mistral in Paris, a bookstore he named after his first French girlfriend. From the very first night 38-year-old George Whitman allowed writers, poets, artists, and bohemian travellers to sleep in his shop on a series of mattresses and towels that he’d arranged on …