Tips and Advice

5 Lessons That Came From Doctors Telling Me I Would Never Be Able to Travel

By Guest Poster | August 7, 2017

1. To never take my health for granted Prior to being diagnosed with my two chronic illnesses, I was very healthy. I thought it was a result of my own doing, I ate right, stayed active and slept the right amount. Well now it is very clear in my mind while yes, these elements play […]

How Much Does it Cost to Travel? 3 Months Traveling Europe on a Budget

By Steph | August 4, 2017

We know that financial considerations are probably the biggest factor you grapple with when planning a trip. Hard numbers can be difficult to come by, especially when everyone has their own unique travel style and considerations. The goal of this series is to provide you with real budgets people have used for trips they have […]

#PackYourImpact + Travel More Sustainably

By Megan Stetzel | July 28, 2017

Let’s get real here for a second and talk about something that should certainly be on everyone’s radar more than it is as travelers of the world. We are people that see nooks and crannies of the world that many wouldn’t dare venture into, that many can’t even fathom exist. We are the spokespeople for […]

How Much Does it Cost to Travel in Thailand? 24 Days of Adventure

By Guest Poster | July 21, 2017

Welcome to a new series we’re running on Why Wait, called How Much Does it Cost to Travel?  Today we are talking about how much does it cost to travel in Thailand for 24-days of adventure travel!  We know that financial considerations are probably the biggest factor you grapple with when planning a trip. Hard numbers […]

How Travel Cured This Picky Eater

By Steph | July 12, 2017

I have a reputation for being a bit food-obsessed. I love eating almost as much as travel, maybe more. I’ve been known to follow my taste-buds and plan entire trips based on where I want to eat. I rarely miss a chance to eat delicious food- and I will try almost anything including a spicy […]

How to Travel with Chronic Depression and Anxiety

By Guest Poster | July 10, 2017

Few bloggers write about what it’s like to travel with chronic depression or any mental illness, let alone how to cope with it. It looks like nights spent crying alone in your dorm bunk, days spent avoiding talking to anyone in the hostel and sleeping when you could be exploring. The blogging community is full […]

How Much Does it Cost to Travel? 3 Weeks Backpacking Southeast Asia

By Guest Poster | July 7, 2017

Welcome to a new series we’re running on Why Wait, called How Much Does it Cost to Travel? We know that financial considerations are probably the biggest factor you grapple with when planning a trip. Hard numbers can be difficult to come by, especially when everyone has their own unique travel style and considerations. The goal […]

How Much Does it Cost to Travel? 3 Week Trip To Japan

By Steph | June 28, 2017

Welcome to a new series we’re running on Why Wait, called How Much Does it Cost to Travel? We know that financial considerations are probably the biggest factor you grapple with when planning a trip. Hard numbers can be difficult to come by, especially when everyone has their own unique travel style and considerations. The […]

Benefits of Running on Vacation Around the World

By Guest Poster | June 26, 2017

Whether you’re popping abroad for a weekend getaway on the beach or a week-long foodie tour through China, running on vacation can make your travel experience so much richer. You may be thinking, “Why would I sacrifice precious vacation time to exercise while traveling?” That’s an excellent question. On the surface it may seem counterintuitive […]

How I’m taking 12 Trips in 12 Months While Employed Full-Time

By Guest Poster | June 12, 2017

“You’re not allowed to take a vacation. Only the partners can take a vacation,” he said a monotone voice that implied he was unmoved by the message he was delivering. I blinked twice, shocked. It was a good thing we were over the phone, otherwise my face would’ve revealed how ludicrous a policy I thought […]

The 3-2-1 Travel Rule

By Guest Poster | June 5, 2017

Let’s face it, millennials get a bad rap. But as far as I can see, my friends and colleagues who fall into the millennial category are hard workers, politically engaged and trying to figure out this whole adult thing. And it’s hard. The economic recession set back a whole generation who, for the first time […]

Strength Training While Traveling

By Guest Poster | May 29, 2017

There are many benefits to traveling, but the one downside is that it can halt progress in the gym. If you’re serious about gaining size, then you know you don’t want to skip days in the gym. And if you’ve been following a strict schedule then you want to stick with that schedule, regardless of […]