Tips for your first solo international trip!

If you are about/want to embark on your first solo international trip you’re probably feeling uneasy, nervous, unsure and you probably have emotions or doubt running through you. Let me just say, this is OK! […]

What to expect when you backpack internationally via hostels

When backpacking abroad, their are a few options to choose from when looking at accommodations; airbnb, hotels, couchsurfing, and of course hostels. I’m not going to say which option is best for you because there are pros and cons to each, but if you like cheap accommodations, meeting people and [...]

How I Stay Safe on the Trail

Many people get an uneasy feeling when hiking in the woods, away from society, whether it be with others or by themselves. Some people choose to not even go hiking by themselves because they are afraid of the danger that could be present on the trail. […]

Travel solo or travel with people? Which one is right for you and how to decide.

Both I have experienced on several occasions and it’s all about preference and what you want out of your trip. You might even like both. Some trips you may want to be solo and some trips you may want to be with other people. […]

Tips and Tricks for Living out of a Car

I have lived out of a number of vehicles of all sizes from a small Chevy Cruise to a Buick Park Avenue to a Jeep Grand Cherokee. I have definitely learned a thing or two from all these experiences and hopefully this article will help! […]

Road-trip on the Cheap!!!

Everyone loves a classic road-trip, but what stops most people is the root-of-all-evil, money. These tips and tricks below may help you on spending less while on the road.  […]

My experience working and living in National Parks

I don’t have all the money in the world to travel, actually I have no money to travel. So, I got a job in the National Parks to sustain myself so I can work, still make money, and see what I’ve always wanted to see. […]

Everything you Need to Know about Thru-Hiking the Arizona Trail

In February of 2017, I decided to hike the AZT on a whim. The trail is an 803 mile trail running North and South from the borders of Mexico to Utah. I gave myself not even two weeks to prepare for this trip. It turned out great, but depending on how thorough you want to plan it, [...]