But as you will see if you read any of my posts throughout June and July, I was busy with the crew at World Nomads, tripping around Australia before settling down at Kingbilli.
Since then, despite a shady internet connection, I have started to integrate myself back into the online world of publishing.
Here are a few articles recently published that you can enjoy:
A Practical Guide to Vagabonding and Long-Term Travel
Part 1: Taking The Leap
This is the first in a six-part series detailing exactly how you can embrace the life of long-term travel, similar to what I have done. The life isn’t for everybody, and maybe reading this informative piece will help you determine if it’s your cup of tea.
How To Have a Frugal Vacation and Still Treat Yourself
A vacation by definition to some people means splurging. But coming home to a scarred pocketbook might dissuade you from taking another vacation anytime soon. There is a middle ground…find it by reading this article.
Seven Tips for Buying a Second Hand Car and Walking Away Happy
“They” say that you should never buy the first car you see. “They” were probably right. Damn “them”. I have constructively broken down some recent personal mistakes in this article, and added a few more savvy car-purchasing ideas for good measure.
Two Dozen Uses For Toothpaste (Aside From Cleaning Your Teeth)
It worked miracles with my jewelry (some of which I thought was irreparably covered in gunk and would never shine again). And when I discovered a few dozen more ways to use toothpaste, I just had to write about it.
In the wake of our Burma Relief project, I was contacted by Jenny Williams at Ethical Traveler, who asked to write a piece on Kelly & I! I of course obliged.
You can read it by clicking here.