travel

The First Thing You Should Do When You Travel To A New City, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

It's time to party! Welcome to Rome? Tokyo? London? San Francisco? It doesn't matter where in the world you are or how big the place is — there are certain things that will just appeal to you from the get go. When I stepped foot in new places, whethe…
By Crystal Duan

This Is The Travel Bag Meghan Markle Swears By So You Can Speed Through The Airport

Meghan Markle has been doing a lot of traveling lately as she prepares to join the British royal family upon her wedding to Prince Harry. But this isn't a new hobby for the soon to be royal; the actress turned soon-to-be-royal's old lifestyle website…
By Brittany Bennett

These "Healing Retreats" Help Black Women To Disconnect — Without Having To Deal With Racism

As a Black woman, my bandwidth for dealing with white people is often maxed out each Monday by noon. Every aspect of my life requires me to consider race. Will my dermatologist know how to treat Black skin? Should I straighten my hair for this interv…
By Katie Mitchell

13 Hotels Royals Love — And How To Book A Room At Each Of Them

The royal families of Britain and beyond are known for their lavish and usually unattainable lifestyles — it's part of the never-ending fascination that surrounds them. Royals do have day jobs (although they're certainly different from sitting in an …
By Jessica Booth

7 Things To Do Now If You Want To Travel & Work Full-Time

Many people have a dream of becoming location-independent, and it's easy to see why. After all, it means you can travel without sacrificing your work or other responsibilities. The process of getting a remote job and planning your life so that you do…
By Suzannah Weiss

5 Surprising Things That Happen To Your Body When You Travel All The Time

I used to look forward to getting home and sleeping in my own bed after a trip. But now, there is no “home” or “own bed” because my life is a non-stop trip. I’m a digital nomad, so I don’t get a break from the physical effects of travel. After changi…
By Suzannah Weiss

9 Digital Nomads Share Their BEST Advice For People Who Want To Work Remotely & Travel

The idea of traveling 365 days a year may sound too good to be true, but there are thousands of people who do it, and they're known as digital nomads. They are entrepreneurs, writers, and pretty much ever profession under the sun. What they have in c…
By Suzannah Weiss

11 Ways To Make Your Trips Way Less Expensive (But Still Equally Awesome)

When I first gave up my apartment to travel non-stop while working remotely, I worried that I'd spend a ton of money traveling. But I soon learned you can actually save money while traveling, because if you're smart about it, travel can cost less tha…
By Suzannah Weiss

11 TV & Movie Themed Hotels You Can Actually Stay In

In light of recent, heartbreaking news that Game of Thrones would not be available for our viewing pleasure again until 2019, I think we could all use some good news. And, oh look, I have some! While you can't watch a new season, you can live like yo…
By Brittany Bennett

7 Space-Saving Towels You Shouldn't Travel Without

Whether you're camping in the mountains, beach-bound for a few weeks, heading to a humid jungle for safari, or you're just one of those pack-for-any-unforeseen-circumstances travelers, investing in the best travel towels is a smart move — especially …
By Ellie Nan Storck

You Might Soon Need Your Passport To Fly Within The US If You Live In One Of These States

Even if you haven't traveled abroad in a while, you might want to dig up your passport and check its expiration date. Depending on which state you reside in, you might need a passport to fly within US in 2018. The days of flashing your license could …
By Brittany Bennett

Annaliese’s Instagram Gives ‘Bachelor’ Fans A Glimpse Into Her Globe-Trotting Lifestyle

Perhaps the most mysterious contestant on Arie's season of The Bachelor (supervising producer: Deborah Read), is Annaliese. After all, she was the only woman to be wearing a mask to meet Arie, only allowing him to reveal her face during their one-on-…
By Drew Koch

This Weekend Bag Has So Many Space-Saving Features, You'll Feel Like Mary Poppins

Traveling without the proper equipment can be tricky. I usually travel six months out of the year, and before I got my act together and bought those Type-A essentials called "packing cubes" and "bra cubbies," I lived in chaos. Sweaters tumbled with u…
By Marlen Komar

A Woman Accidentally Got A Flight All To Herself & It’s A Mercury Retrograde Dream Come True

One of the greatest unexpected airplane trip surprises, save for a very rare upgrade to business class, is finding an unoccupied seat next to you, giving you space to stretch your legs and store your collection of magazines impulse-purchased at an ai…
By Rebecca Fishbein

9 Common American Habits You Should Never Do In An Another Country

Booking a trip to another country is exciting, but it's important to do your research before you land overseas. Knowing another place's culture is key, especially since some of the things we regularly do might not be acceptable there. There are a num…
By Carina Wolff

You Can Buy $400 Round-Trip Tickets To Hawaii If You Book RIGHT NOW

There's a strange thing that happens to me every year as I start to feel the holiday season slipping through my fingers. I don't mean to sound dramatic, but I think it might be unavoidable. Once Christmas is behind us and New Year's Eve is around the…
By Alli Hoff Kosik

The ONE Place You Should Travel In 2018, Based On Your Sign

The countdown to a new year is now in the single digits (praise be) which means if you're anything like me, you're starting to dream up all of the new and exciting places you want to go in 2018. Hello travel bucket list, my old friend! While there's …
By Michelle Gross

7 Things To Know Before You Travel Alone

Women are often warned against traveling alone, but it’s actually one of the most freeing and enlightening experiences you can have. However, there are a lot of things that can go wrong. Before setting out for a solo adventure, it’s important to be p…
By Suzannah Weiss

12 People Who Travel All The Time Reveal Their Best Hacks

It would be a huge understatement to say I was not the most savvy traveler when I first became a digital nomad. A savvy traveler, after all, would probably not book an Airbnb without reading the whole listing and then get surprised their bed was in t…
By Suzannah Weiss

How To Make A Relationship Work When You're Traveling All The Time

When I set out to become a digital nomad, aka someone who travels nonstop and works remotely, being in a relationship wasn’t exactly part of my vision. In fact, I told some of my friends I wanted a hookup buddy in every country. Of course, that’s exa…
By Suzannah Weiss