How to Travel in 2015: A Guide

I love the potential and promise that comes with each new year. You know, before you’ve had time to mess things up with laziness and bad decisions.

So before atrophy takes over and you end up parked in front of the couch, make your travel goals now. Where are you going in 2015? How are you going to get there? Not just physically, but mentally and financially.

No matter what your financial, geographical or personal situation, there is some way you can incorporate more travel into your life. So, I wrote you a guide.

Or rather, a compilation of the many resources already on this site. This is a re-tooling of a post I wrote back in 2013. Since then there have been many new articles, and many new readers, so it seemed time to print a new syllabus for you guys on how to make this your Year of Travel.

Getting Started

How to Stop Dreaming and Get Moving

6 Bullshit Reasons Not to Travel

Is the American Dream Holding You Back?

How Much Does it Cost?

Planning Your Travel Budget (a 4 part series)

The Biggest Money Sucks for Twenty-Somethings

How I Saved 20K in Two Years

How to Travel Through Your Twenties Without Worrying About Money

Balancing Work/School and Travel

How to Travel When You Work Full Time

Finding the Travel-Life Balance

Your Tips for Balancing Life and Travel

Knowing When to Take a Break

Trip Planning

Simplify Your Trip Planning

Language Learning on a Time Crunch

Tips for Packing Light

Skincare on the Road

Studying Abroad

How to Get the Most Out of Studying Abroad

Honest Truth of Studying Abroad

Traveling as a College Student

What to Study When You Want a Life of Travel

5 Ways to Travel Post Graduation

Working Abroad

Workaway, HelpX and WWOOF: What’s the Difference?

Teaching Abroad: What if I Don’t Like Kids?

The Four Stages of Living Abroad

Unexpected Parts of Being an Expat

Digital Nomadism

How I Make Money While Traveling

The Reality of Being a Digital Nomad

Should You Start a Travel Blog? The Dirty Truth

My 9 Biggest Tips for Travel Blogging Success

Solo Travel

One Good Reason to Travel Solo

Couchsurfing as a Solo Traveler

Six Ways to Meet People in a New City

Staying Safe

Travel with a Partner

How Travel Makes Your Relationship Stronger

Keeping Your Relationship Alive on the Road

How to Travel with your Siblings

Tips for On the Road

How to Pick a Vacation Apartment Rental

How to Get Started Housesitting

How to Avoid Tourist Scams

How to Plan Your Own Food Tour

The Introverts Guide to Travel

How to Eat Really Well on a Small Budget

Bargaining Tips for the Non-Confrontational

Manage Your Travel Money Without Going Insane

Where are you going this year?

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19 thoughts on “How to Travel in 2015: A Guide”

  1. Amazing site! Good intentions. From the start, the blog seems to be a motivational one. I will follow your blog here!

  2. Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚ I gotta read all the articles you have posted here.
    This year I want to travel much more and see new things. It’s just so difficult when studying AND working. But I’m going to travel every time I get the chance this year. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Every start of an year is a perfect time to sit and to think how to optimize the travels during the year. There are a lot of new places to visit during the upcoming 12 months and the better the planning, the better the experience.

  4. Katie@From Shores to Skylines

    Great post of all your tips – and I loved your point about starting out the year right before laziness and bad decisions kick in – haha. First up for us is the Philippines and some travel around the US. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. What a great guide. The last years I have been travel full time. However, in 2014, I wanted to travel much more than I did. I hope that this year I will be able to travel much more, and will for sure have this guide in back of my head for make it happen ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Studying abroad is probably the coolest thing I missed out on when I was in school. It’s the ultimate way to see the world while you’re young, and still get educated at the same time. I encourage anyone who can afford it to do it for a semester or more!

    I talk to a lot of customers while at work and they are studying abroad and they come all around the world. Very smart thing to do.

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