Roundup: July

by Nora Dunn on August 7, 2008

Okay, touche. So it’s August already (who knew!?! Time flies). And my last Roundup was months ago.

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.

Wise Bread

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.

Ethical Traveler
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.

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