Travel to Greece

A Pistachio Gelato Fiasco & Four Other Things that Happened to Me in Greece Guest post by Jen Martinez. When I was 16, I spent a week and a half traveling around Greece with a student ambassador program. It was an incredible experience, filled with Greek dancing, Greek food, and plenty of learning. Like most… Read more »

Posted by Jen Martinez

Our featured travel photographer, Georgina Guidotti, has traveled extensively in Asia, Europe, Africa, Central and North America, and South America as both a videographer and a photographer. Georgina’s images of oceans, skies, and landscapes evoke an almost nostalgic peacefulness. To see Georgina’s full-size images, click on the photos throughout this post. We asked Georgina to… Read more »

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Traveling Alone - Solo Travel

Guest post by Jen Martinez. It took 22 years, but I finally took a trip by myself. Chicago was my destination, and I didn’t have much time to explore all that it has to offer. It was a short trip: two days for traveling, and three for exploring. Nevertheless, it was an eye-opening experience, and… Read more »

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Guest post by Carrie Newhouse, a slightly macabre Texas native. I’ve endured the long, long, oh so very long drive across Texas more than a few times. These hours upon hours in the car can lead to the contemplation of the many wonders of life and, after nine or ten hours without another state line… Read more »

Posted by Carrie Newhouse

I graduated from my [expensive] university more than a year ago, and I haven’t been able to travel much since then. A near-deadly combination of student loans, rent, and other bills keeps me humble and grounded. Moving three times in the span of one year has also had a huge impact on my travel (or… Read more »

Posted by Jen Martinez