Taking Care of Your Skin While on the Road

Skincare is something that is of personal importance to me. As someone who has suffered with keratosis pilaris her entire life, I always make sure to have proper moisturizer wherever I go. Thanks to Ian Pearson, a tech and photography enthusiast with a passion for writing and blogging, for this important post and reminder to never let skincare falter even when traveling! Follow him on Twitter at @1anPears.


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Traveling Without Our Furry Friends: How To Prepare?

I love having guest posts and am excited to have Leila Dorari here today to discuss a topic that I feel gets overlooked on travel blogs: what to do when you leave your pets behind for a trip! Leila is a freelance writer from Sydney who is passionate about self-growth through travel, cheap deals and living better lives by exploring as much of what Earth has to offer as possible. Read more

Ready, Set, Go: How to Prepare for Your First Solo Trip

Hey there! Today I have a great post by Michelle Laury, an aspiring writer who enjoys cycling, fitness, researching healthy life choices and trying to implement them. She loves spending time in the fresh air, in Hogwarts and the Shire, daydreaming about  faraway places and, most of all, visiting them. You can reach her via Twitter and Facebook.

Michelle has some great tips for preparing for your first solo trip – read on to make sure you’re on point! Read more

Quick Tips for Great Mobile Travel Photography

Hi all – today I’ve got a great guest post from Kavita Goyal, a blogger at Sense or Nosense. She’s got some great tips on mobile photography, which I know I myself need to improve and I’m sure you can use some advice too.


Travel has always been about soaking in the local sights, local food and experience the adventure in the variety. Within it, there are broadly three types of photographers – one that pose in front of monuments and show the world that they’ve been there, done that. The other kind capture a glimpse of local sights from a foreign perspective to give others a world view.  The third typically end up only clicking photos and forget to take a moment to live the place and enjoy. Read more

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