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Unsettled by Global Warming

Aaron Caleb Bardo | Posted 11.26.2014 | Travel
Aaron Caleb Bardo

The world changes. It burns. It's something to live by. My wife and I will settle into its fires one day, but right now they've inspired us to keep moving, to journey and live unpredictably.

Finding Gratitude in Boxer Briefs

Mikah Meyer | Posted 11.25.2014 | Travel
Mikah Meyer

By removing ourselves from normal surroundings, we are able to look at the world through a new lens. Traveling allows our brains to notice the simple pleasures we overlook in our everyday routines. Those that we forget to give thanks for.

A Week in Seoul

Brandon Grabelsky | Posted 11.14.2014 | College
Brandon Grabelsky

While understanding the barriers and limitations to some applications, it is extremely useful to talk to people in different environments to see what has or hasn't worked. In our global community, we can all do more to share ideas and best practices.

When Once Is Not Enough

Tess Rinaldo | Posted 11.06.2014 | College
Tess Rinaldo

While seeing the world and its wide expanse of colorful cultures, ardent belief systems and timeless architecture is important, I feel that spending time in the particular places that have your heart is just as significant and worth pursuing.

We're Going Underground (And Loving It)

Vayable | Posted 10.24.2014 | Travel
Vayable

Here, a few of our favorite, off-the-beaten path experiences. One-of-a-kind insight into the cities and places we love, from the locals who know them best.

Odds Are, You Are Suspicious

Samia Hossain | Posted 10.24.2014 | Politics
Samia Hossain

Amtrak police has not reported a single instance of finding and catching a potential terrorist or serious threat as a result of its suspicious activity reports, yet it is using the same heavy-handed, dragnet approach that we've seen in many of the government's other counter-terrorism and drug trafficking prevention efforts.

Say I Can't Do Something? Suck It.

Dan Duffy | Posted 10.01.2014 | Impact
Dan Duffy

Imagine someone, anyone, telling you that. Imagine hearing, "You're 50, you shouldn't be skydiving." Or, "You're too old to garden." Or, "You need wheelchair assistance... your days of traveling are over."

Conquer Flash Sales and Bidding to Book Your Next Hotel Stay

U.S. News Travel | Posted 11.25.2014 | Travel
U.S. News Travel

There are a host of new websites and apps that cater to a variety of traveler needs -- whether it's saving on room rates, ensuring credit with loyalty programs or adding on luxury services to an existing reservation. These tools can be beneficial, but only if you know which ones to use and when.

How Traveling During College F*cked Me Up and Forced Me to Follow My Dreams

Anita Wing Lee | Posted 11.19.2014 | College
Anita Wing Lee

You can never predict where exactly your travels will take you but the most exciting and most rewarding moments happen when you take that leap, book that ticket, take that course, start that business and chase that dream.

7 Things You Can Do to Become a Better Developer

Alex Ivanovs | Posted 11.17.2014 | Huffpost Code
Alex Ivanovs

I'm sorry to disappoint you, but this won't be another series on how to build great things with Node.js, or Angular.js for that matter. I'm looking to introduce to you a couple of things that can help you to better understand your career choices, and perhaps even give you the mental boost you've been longing for.

Looking Out the Window

Connor Belson | Posted 11.02.2014 | College
Connor Belson

Through all of the incredible ups and downs that comprise the busy lives we lead, take the time to look out the window. Remember the things that made you happy or sad, the things that moved you.

7 Ways Vacations Get Better As Your Kids Get Older

Ann Brenoff | Posted 11.01.2014 | Fifty
Ann Brenoff

Teenagers, with the fastest texting thumbs in the world, were able to flag flight delays before the airline announced them, book an airport hotel room on the spot, and have Siri tell them which pizza place delivered to the middle of nowhere. Toddlers? You still must entertain them for hours and their stuff weighs more.

Increasingly, Retirees Dump Their Possessions and Hit the Road

The New York Times | David Wallis | Posted 08.30.2014 | Fifty

SOME call themselves “senior gypsies.” Others prefer “international nomad.” David Law, 74, a retired executive recruiter who has primarily sle...

12 Secrets To Successfully Traveling With Kids

Posted 10.06.2014 | Parents

Parents who successfully travel with kids will likely agree that the number one secret for success is simple: Don’t over-pack, and don’t over-stre...

Before Sunrise in Vienna, Austria

Betsy Talbot | Posted 09.29.2014 | Travel
Betsy Talbot

We're still learning new things about each other, asking questions as we put ourselves in new situations and refitting the puzzle pieces of our personalities into different pictures as our love matures.

9 Things To Never Say At Customs

Thrillist | Posted 09.23.2014 | Travel
Thrillist

Being detained in the airport basement is the perfect way to ruin the beginning of any vacation.

The Perspective-Shifting Habit Of These Extremely Creative People

The Huffington Post | Alena Hall | Posted 07.17.2014 | Healthy Living

Sometimes the best ideas come to the person who isn’t actively searching for them. We spend a lot of time racking our brains in morning meetings...

The No-Bullsh*t Goody Bag For Parents To Give Out On Planes

Mike Julianelle | Posted 09.14.2014 | Parents
Mike Julianelle

I'm simply not about to preemptively beg forgiveness in case my son disturbs your flight, and I'm certainly not going to pay some kind of tax to every other passenger just because my wife and I wanted to get away for a few days and we figured our son might want to come along.

A Magical Six-Week Life Experiment

Carolina Rogoll | Posted 09.08.2014 | Healthy Living
Carolina Rogoll

I want to be energized and more present. Give my best to others. Make meditation and watching the sunset part of my weekly routine. That is what having a thriving life means to me. And if I ever forget how to do it, I will keep going on sabbaticals to rediscover life's magic.

Surviving 18 Months Traveling With My Wife

Kip Patrick | Posted 09.08.2014 | Travel
Kip Patrick

Was surviving our sojourn an achievement worth noting on a resume? And more importantly, am I so terrible a travel partner as to note mere survival as a successful outcome? This would require serious thought.

Where To Go On Holiday -- And Why

The Philosophers' Mail | Posted 06.30.2014 | World

Going travelling is one of the most exciting pastimes of all. It’s up there with love in terms of the happiness it can bring – though, unlike love...

Taiwan's Natural Side

Jeanine Barone | Posted 08.26.2014 | Travel
Jeanine Barone

Silence reigns as black swans glide on a creek-fed pond, walkways zig-zag this way and that, and elaborately carved wooden pavilions provide much welcome shade. Walking to the garden's upper level provides a sweeping perspective of this idyllic arrangement.

Town of Chatham and Its Shopping Gem

Shoptiques | Posted 08.22.2014 | Small Business
Shoptiques

While strolling down Chatham's charming cobblestone-clad Main Street, stumbling upon Sundance Clothing Co is completely inevitable.

I Left Everything to Travel the World for and With My Father

Jinna Yang | Posted 08.20.2014 | Women
Jinna Yang

One day I woke up and made the decision to take back control of my life. I bought a one-way ticket to Iceland, inspired by the hundreds of Pinterest images and travel blogs I read online. I left everything in New York City to travel the world for the first time with a life-size cutout of my dad.

This Is What Adventure Looks Like

The Huffington Post | Avery Stone | Posted 08.26.2014 | Green

Cory Richards' work combines discomfort and adventure and the results are sheer inspiration. In this stunning short, "A Tribute to Discomfort," Na...