While travel sites (like Her Packing List!) can be helpful for specific knowledge, there are some great books that focus on other parts of your travel experience not listed in your guidebook.
I start planning trips usually six months in advance to fully be prepared and make the most of the escape. This pre-trip countdown outlines the most important tasks.
Indulging in the occasional beauty treatment on your travels can help you feel like new. Just be sure to takes these tips for beauty treatments abroad into consideration.
We’re all looking for a way to re-live our worldly adventures, and for me that’s making scrapbooks. Here are a few tips for scrapbooking your travels.
Apartment rentals are a great way to have a local experience when you’re traveling. These tips for renting apartments overseas will help you find the right one, and stay safe in the process.
Once you’ve finished hand-washing your travel wardrobe, you need to learn the various ways of drying clothes without a dryer – which is great for saving money or time when on the road.
Meridith talks about the one little item that has helped her to keep in touch better with those she meets while traveling.
Here’s how to travel Melbourne like the fierce and fabulous local you might someday be. Brought to you by an American expat.
Travel days begin to wear on you at some point and all you want is the familiarity of home. So how do you overcome homesickness abroad? Caroline tells us her top 5 helpful tips.
Drinking tap water or having ice in beverages is not always a good idea when you travel. Caroline lists a few clean water hacks for Southeast Asia in this post.