After years of answering questionsÂ and publishing more and more travel how-to’s, I realized in 2015 this blog isn’t really about me anymore.
But three years ago, hundreds of people started showing up to get travel advice. Â Now thousands of people a month come to learnÂ what to pack on a RTW trip and how to get free flights. Â Hundreds more have startedÂ reading things likeÂ how to sleep for free when travelingÂ and howÂ not to get duped by travel insurance.
Since I’m just one of thousands ofÂ folksÂ hanging out at HalftheClothes.com, it seems fair to spend a bit more time writing stuff that’s important to everyone here.
Tell me what you want to see in 2016 by clicking any of these links:
- How to Save for a Trip
- TheÂ Cost of World Travel
- How to Plan and Execute a RTW Trip
- How Quitting Your Job Can Make You Rich
- How to Bargain
- How to Save Money on the Road
- How to Get a Job While Traveling
- Why Packing Light is a Critical RTW Skill
- Why Slow Travel Makes the Longest Lasting Memories
- Why You Should Travel Alone
- The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Traveling with a Partner
Hint: Get on theÂ list of life enthusiasts I email a few times a month to be notified when this content becomes available:
To the thousands of you who keep coming for details on how to quit your job and travel the world, Iâ€™m writing just as fast as I can.
For long time readers who want to keep up with my travels, Iâ€™ll be posting stories from time to time â€“ at least once every six weeks.
2015 Travel Recap: 4 continents, 5 countries, 18 “cities”
It seems fitting to kick off 2016 with a quick run-down of ground covered inÂ 2015. Â Here goes!
January: Perth, Australia
February: Perth, Australia
March: Perth, Bunbury, Busselton, Australia
April: Perth, Australia
May: Busselton, Australia; Bangkok, Thailand; Amsterdam, Netherlands; Boliqueime, Portugal
June:Â Boliqueime, Portugal; Grandola, Portugal; Tucson, USA; Santa Rosa, USA
July: Santa Rosa, USA; Cody, USA; Gillette, USA
August: Gillette, USA; Casper, USA; Glacier National Park, USA
September: Omaha, USA; Kansas City, USA
October: Omaha, USA; New York City, USA; Lyndeborough, USA
November:Â Lyndeborough, USA
December:Â Lyndeborough, USA; Maplewood, USA; New York City; USA
I’m kicking off 2016 with a work exchange at a small farm in Vermont and taking acrobatic lessons at an awesome school. Â Can’t wait to see what other adventures 2016 brings!
May all your travel dreams come true…
Happy Traveling! Â â™£