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8 Ways to Avoid Coming Down from Your Traveler’s High

Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. “So it’s back to reality, huh?” I keep hearing some version of this statement from friends, family, even strangers, about my return from WWOOFing (Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms) in Italy. At first, I’d shrug and nod, “Mmmhmm,” still daydreaming about being back in the Italian countryside, paying my […]

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13 romantic places to travel

What makes a great romantic travel destination? Awesome outdoor adventure options, great food and nightlife, and a kind of cultural uniqueness to create a romantic vibe are all good starting points. Despite your personal taste and the kind of trip you picture as a perfect romantic getaway, here are some options that you should consider […]

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MailButler Is the Personal Inbox Assistant You Never Knew You Needed

Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. As a travel blogger/photographer/writer/digital nomad/wearer-of-many-hats, I spend a lot of time online. Like, a lot. And too much of that time is spent in my inbox. Checking it, re-checking it, following up on old emails, scheduling future follow-ups to emails. And follow-ups to those follow-ups. It’s demanding, tedious, and, […]

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How to Return to “Normal” Life Gracefully After Long-Term Travel

Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. You’ve been the envy of your circle of friends for months. They’ve followed you on social media, lived vicariously through your travels and most likely called you a lucky so-and-so when they got together on Friday evenings after a long work day. They’re looking forward to seeing you, but […]

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Grown-ups Are Stupid! How to Travel + See the World Like a Child

Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. 4:48 a.m. I woke this morning to a pattern of lights slowly gliding across my bedroom ceiling. A pale, yellow apparition in the shape of my window that twisted in upon itself before fading completely. Seconds later, another. Then … a third. For a moment, I was captivated. In […]

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Heading to Austin for SXSW Festival? Grab a car2go!

I love car2go – it’s a great option for getting around places easily and economically when you don’t have a car. I used it quite a bit when I did not have a car solely at my disposal – and now even when I do, I still use car2go sometimes if I’m going downtown. Just […]

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Improve your relationship

When you’ve been with your partner for a while and that the euphoria of the first year has worn off, it can be tough to continue to have a fulfilled and happy couple’s life. Here are eight pieces of advice that we should all follow to try to have a strong and joy-filled relationship. Source: […]

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Those I meet on the road

Photo: Jenn Richardson. I can say goodbye brutally well at times. I’m an incessant traveler who crosses paths with cool people all the time, each of whom I feel a unique connection with. We enjoy each others’ company, we may or may not decide to try to stay in touch in the future, and when […]

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Women directors

As a traveler, as a woman, as a person of color and as a creator, I felt full after attending my first Sundance Film Festival. The “ten days of different” easily served as a replacement for mainstream media. It’s a place where authentic, savory stories are told. The nuances of global cultures leapt into my […]

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Where should you travel to in 2017?

Featured image by Toa Heftiba. Source: Matador Network

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