15 Questions To Save Your Travel Buddy Relationship

How do you like to travel? By yourself, in a group or with a travel buddy (be it your partner or friend)? In case you choose the latter, there are things that you need to consider before taking that leap. Not for nothing is a holiday together known as a relationship wrecker. Don’t let that […]

Travel with Anxiety – How to Cope

Travel with Anxiety – How to Cope

Not many people think about the fact that being on the road and seeing the most beautiful places is not all sunshine and roses. And often not the only baggage we carry with us is a backpack or suitcase. Travel with anxiety is a serious concern.

Why You Shouldn’t Take Travel so Seriously

I know a lot of people who are waiting months for their big holiday just to return exhausted and answering my eager question of how it was with a sigh and the exclamation, ‘I need another holiday.’ Well, that backfired. So why do people stress out so much over their holidays? Well, I don’t need […]

Avoid these Little Things that Ruin Your Holiday!

Avoid these Little Things that Ruin Your Holiday!

I encourage travelling over touristing, simply for the fact that tourists just tick off must see lights and fail to truly immerse themselves in the foreign culture and to get a sense of a different way of life beyond it being “so strange and different.” But no matter what your style of travel is, along […]

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What You Need to Know about Water Safety when Travelling

It’s a simple thing. It can be tasteless or fun and it’s absolutely vital. Unfortunately, it can also be lethal to your travel or holiday plans. I’m talking water safety here. Hands up, who has suffered from water borne diseases, spent hours on the toilet and held their hurting tummy? And it’s so easy to […]

What Really Kills Productivity

You’ve heard the story about multitasking. How mastering that is supposedly super efficient, shows great skill and intelligence. A big steaming mess of p—, if you ask me. I have often– and am sad to report that I still more often than not do – laboured under the impression of the validity of said statement. […]