Staff Picks

  • Jay Dee Archer
    Published 8 months ago
    Reverse Culture Shock

    Reverse Culture Shock

    It's been three years since I left Japan to return to my home country of Canada. I lived in Japan for eleven years, more than a quarter of my life. That's a long time to live outside your home country. I got married in Japan, had a child in Japan, and had a job I loved in Japan. But why did I move back to Canada? There are several reasons, which I'll briefly touch, but it was a very difficult decision. It's a decision I still live with, and I've changed a lot as a person.
  • Billy Trotter
    Published 8 months ago
    Everything You Need to Know About a Japanese Picnic Party

    Everything You Need to Know About a Japanese Picnic Party

    When was the last time that you gathered all your loved ones for a picnic party? Be it a weekend getaway or a local get-together, picnics are the best approach to spend quality time with your friends and family.
  • Ryan Moretti
    Published 9 months ago
    Tips for the Trip: Italy

    Tips for the Trip: Italy

    There's nothing better than being able to get away from the 9 to 5; 5 days a week job and flying out for an extended vacation somewhere magical. In this case, that magical place being the stunning European peninsula known as Italy.
  • Emilia Lau
    Published 9 months ago
    16 Instagram Travel Feature Accounts That Feature Your Posts

    16 Instagram Travel Feature Accounts That Feature Your Posts

    Feature accounts are great resources to make your Instagram posts be seen by more people who are not following you. Instagram users who are following these feature pages will see their repost of your pictures with credit, and those who are interested to see more from you will click on your profile and will potentially follow you. It is an alternative way to make your posts be seen WITHOUT being on someone's explore page.
  • Charlotte Mason
    Published 9 months ago
    My Walk Through Selma, Alabama

    My Walk Through Selma, Alabama

    Despite the hundreds of miles that I had already walked with my daughter, I was not prepared for Selma. The subject never came up. We traveled west from Montgomery, Alabama. Montgomery seemed like a nice, unassuming town. It was a nice place to be. Arriving in Selma, it felt as though the hands of time had been turned back. Here, the extreme poverty was much more evident. People worked very hard for everything they had. It was amazing what a difference 54 miles could make.
  • Olivia Piche
    Published 9 months ago
    The Lessons Travels Have Taught Me

    The Lessons Travels Have Taught Me

    With a new era of millennials taking time to travel while they're young instead of going to school, starting a family or a business is a controversial topic that has sprouted. Being a young girl who has taken four years to explore the world instead of settling down right away, I have heard almost every opinion on this trending lifestyle.
  • Emma Styles
    Published 10 months ago
    Best Free Galleries and Museums of Paris

    Best Free Galleries and Museums of Paris

    As an art-lover who moved from London to Paris, one of the biggest adjustments I've had to make is how frequently I visit art galleries and museums. Unlike London, beacon of free culture, many of Paris' iconic galleries; such as the Louvre, Musée D'Orsay, and Jeu de Paume, sans gratis. Except for the first Sunday of the month, when most galleries open their doors to visitors, for free!
  • Daisy Louise Carter
    Published 10 months ago
    Secrets to Travel on a Budget: 8 Easy, Successful Tips

    Secrets to Travel on a Budget: 8 Easy, Successful Tips

    If we were made to stay still, we would have roots instead of feet. So why do we stand still? Maybe because we’re scared of what might happen if we turn a dream into reality, a dream of bright, warm sand between our toes, or luscious green canopies above our heads…
  • Alicia Springer
    Published 11 months ago
    How to Get Cheap International Data with a GlocalMe G3 HotSpot

    How to Get Cheap International Data with a GlocalMe G3 HotSpot

    International travel is awesome. It's exciting, exhilarating, and it's awesome to do in your 20s.