The second part of the Top Ten Places I'd like to visit.
Over the years, I've had a number of bucket lists on various topics. This hasn't really changed today, the amount of lists I have has simply grown as I've discovered new places, new things, and new ideas. I keep a bullet journal on me at all times for quick jotting and reference when I need it.
Continuing on with our Tips for Travel series, we come to what I would consider two of the most important topics when traveling: legal matters, and medical matters.
Tips for Travel Part 2. We talk about Climate, Clothing, and Communication (Oh My).
There are many methods of undertaking research, and it’s up to you to find the way that works best for you. What I’ve done is compiled a bunch of things to think about that will hopefully help kick start your brain when it comes to travel research, and I’ve also compiled a list of useful resources for you to consider once you decide to start undertaking the actual research portion your journey.
As someone with ADHD, it’s especially hard for me to focus on things properly, but when I do manage to get things done, it’s extremely rewarding. Trips are especially hard for me to plan, and I have to do a lot of research into things before I can even contemplate packing my bags. Research can... Continue Reading →
One of the common themes throughout my life that has stuck with me no matter what stage of life I'm in or what state my life is in: the open road. I don't call myself a travel enthusiast, but rather a travel nut. I love seeing new places, peoples, and things. I'm usually happiest when I'm out on the open road. The open road and I are old friends.