Developing your own writing style and finding a voice that is unique to who you are and true to your values doesn’t happen overnight, trust me – I’ve been doing it for 15 years and it’s still “in process”.
The good news is, I’ve found, this process will happen without you even realizing it.
The free-wandering lifestyle of a vagabond adventurer is filled with spur-of-the-moment decisions, an incredible variety of places and people, and – most importantly – a healthy dose of planning.
That’s right: planning.
While there is plenty of spontaneity baked into my journeys, I do find myself spending a large part of it actually planning the next adventure.
I mean, let’s be honest: sleeping on the street sucks – and as a general rule – the better planned the adventure, the better time I have.
Are you someone who enjoys traveling and immersing yourself in new cultures? You might have what it takes to be a vagabonder.
While the carefree lifestyle a Vagabonder like me may seem out of reach, you don’t necessarily need to be rich to enjoy a life that allows you to have the freedom to travel. By understanding how to travel cheaply, you will be able to travel to various places without needing a huge bank account.
Below, we will be going over some of the top tips on traveling cheap I’ve learned over the 10+ years of traveling light…
Hiking can be an unforgettable experience and the United States happens to have a ton of hiking opportunities. Many of these trails attract millions of tourists a year.
With a country as big as our, there’s bound to be some hidden trails that not many people know about. Here’s a few that I’d like to share (just don’t mention it to anyone else :)…