16 Travel and Study Abroad Scholarships for Kids in Grade K-12

The following scholarships are either travel-related contests, study abroad scholarships, or grants for travel given to students from grades K-12. It's a common idea that you must be a high school or college student to study abroad or travel as a student. One of the main objectives of my blog is CONTINUE READING

7 Tips on How to Gain the Confidence to Travel Solo (Bye, Flaky Friends!)

I grew up in a family that was very accustomed to traveling and was raised with it as much a priority in life as food and shelter. At 15 years old, I was flying across the country by myself to visit family, and I embarked on my first solo trip CONTINUE READING

7 Ways You Can “Travel” With No Time or Money: How to Incorporate Travel into Your Daily Life

1.) Decorate your workspace One of the most simple things I’ve recently done to cure my limited-PTO blues is to decorate my office space. I simply printed off my favorite Instagram travel photos and put them up, put up some cheesy travel quotes (don’t front, we all love them), and CONTINUE READING

Where to Stay in Cartagena? The #1 Cartagena Airbnb with a View to DIE For!

I've stayed at my fair share of Airbnb and have realized that my accommodations play a huge role in the overall quality of my trip. As a solo female traveler, the amenities, location, security, and beauty in an Airbnb mean especially a lot to me and my comfort level in CONTINUE READING

An Interview with Woni Spotts: How She Visited Every Country in the World

This is an interview with Woni Spotts, the first black woman to visit every country in the world. This is actually Part 2 to her introductory article where I present her to the world and give a synopsis of who she is, what she did, and why she's credible. The following CONTINUE READING

Breaking the Story of Woni Spotts: The First Black Woman to Visit Every Country in the World

"Wait, what is a Woni Spotts?" It was my thought when I first saw her name associated with being a record setter. I saw a Twitter thread by black travel bloggers referencing a blurry picture of a woman named Woni and saying that she was the first black woman to CONTINUE READING

Live Like I’m Dying: How I Became Addicted to Adventure Travel As a Young, Black Male (Nadji, 25) – MOTM

The Millennials on the Move series showcases candid interviews of young people worldwide and the inspiring stories of how they navigate their lives and travels. From weekend trips to volunteering in some of the most remote corners of the world, these young travelers share their stories to educate, inspire, and CONTINUE READING

Luxury Travel For Less: How to Take Budget Vacations with VIP Vibes

Have you ever wanted to take a luxury vacation but student loans, credit card bills, an entry-level salary, and/or general not-richness prevents you from traveling the first-class lifestyle you know you deserve? As a financially strapped 20-something, trust me, I relate. But as a travel blogger who has visited 28 countries and CONTINUE READING