Do you find it harder to sleep well when you are traveling? Don’t fret, it’s a totally normal response from your brain deciding to become more alert when sleeping in a new place. Your brain is trying to protect you from dangers by making it more susceptible to disturbances including a flickering light in the hotel room or a honking car outside. But there are things you can prepare to deal with these animal instincts to get a better night’s sleep. Continue reading “How To Get A Good Night’s Sleep Away From Home”
Hill Air Force Base opened its gates to the public on June 25th and 26th, 2016 to showcase an event that promised and delivered excitement, pride, precision, and breathtaking flying. During this event called Warriors Over The Wasatch, crowds were witnesses of awe inspiring presentations by the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, the U.S. Army Golden Knights, the Breitling Jet Team and many other amazing civilian aerial performers with many hours of experience in the field. Continue reading “2016 Utah Air Show at the Hill Air Force Base”
My time in Portland, Oregon was great while it lasted. I spent about two and a half years surrounding this wonderful city and loved every moment of learning more about it and exploring it. Portland may be known for its craft beer scene, but to me all of their food and drink scene is absolutely outstanding. I had the pleasure of tasting a wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks around the city. Check some of them out: Continue reading “Drinking My Way Around Portland, Oregon”
I may be biased but Mexico rocks. You can explore and find every single type of amazing place across the country including one of the largest metropolis of the world, tropical jungles, stunning beaches, historic architecture, colorful towns, colonial areas, indigenous culture, Spanish culture influence, centuries-old ruins, and a vast amount of culture and arts. Everything! I tell you. And don’t get me started on the food! (Although you will read more about that below, as it’s my number one reason.) Continue reading “8 Reasons That Make Mexico an Appealing Country to Visit”
I always like to talk about how travel provides growth and valuable personality traits that are helpful everywhere in the world including: empathy, patience, tolerance, open-mindedness and independence. It also provides and improves skills like communication and interpersonal relationship skills. While travel is helpful, actually living abroad and spending considerable time in a foreign country can make you smarter, science has proved it! Continue reading “6 Reasons Why Living Abroad Will Make You Smarter”
Travelling with a baby can seem like a very daunting experience, especially for new parents. Stress and exhaustion can be part of traveling in general, and possibly intensified when brining a baby along. So it’s understandable why parents would want to avoid it.
But traveling can be extremely beneficial for your baby. A suprising 75% of brain development occurs within the first three years. The stimulation and new experiences, smells and places that provide a baby can help with the ability to learn and with interpersonal skills later in life. Traveling can be a great cognitive boost for your baby. Continue reading “12 Tips For Stress-Free Travel With A Baby”
I don’t know about you guys but if I could I would probably spend my entire life travelling. How cool would that be? London one night, Venice the next…
Believe it or not, there are people who live this way. They swoop from one beautiful location to the next. For some, it’s just choosing wisely when picking a career path. For instance, if you head to the top of a sales business you’re going to be spending a lot of time travelling. You’ll be trying to impress new clients all over the world. That involves a lot of wining and dining (my kind of jam, minus the business part). But for the rest of us it’s about knowing how to make a life travelling affordable and accessible. Below are three tips that should help reach that goal. Continue reading “Make Money On The Move With These 3 Tips”
Wind Cave Trail is roughly a 3.7 mile hike out and back in the Logan Canyon, a short drive from Logan, Utah. The trail features a limestone cave at the top with stunning views along the way and at the top.
The trail is rated moderate and is primarily used for hiking. Dogs are also able to use this trail and are supposed to be kept on leash. Continue reading “Hiking The Wind Cave Trail in Logan, Utah”
There are things you expect when you move to a new country, but there are many others that may come as a surprise, the little things that make up a culture.
When I lived in India I definitely learned some new things about the daily life that I could’ve only understood by living it myself. Here are a few of those things: Continue reading “11 Things That Will Happen When You Move To India”
You may or may not have noticed that I’ve skipped the Weekly Small Pleasures Sunday post for two weeks. I apologize for those who participate, I will make one next week and feature the links of those who have been participating in spite my absence. I been busy! Continue reading “We’ve Done It Again… Packed up all our things and moved into a new adventure”