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Traveling With Children

Lisa Haisha | Posted 05.04.2013 | Parents
Lisa Haisha

I have traveled to more than 50 countries in the past 20 years, a point of pride that came from choosing an alternative lifestyle -- one of independence, freedom, and risk. Having my daughter, Ava, four years ago began a transformation of my identity, and with it, anxiety.

Travel Companions

Mary Ellen Hannibal | Posted 03.30.2013 | Green
Mary Ellen Hannibal

The boundaries around our national parks have given us wonderful jewels like Yellowstone, but science tells us this approach is inadequate. National parks are simply not big enough to sustain healthy nature; wild places need to be connected to each other.

12 Mandatory Medicines For Adventurers

Food Republic | Posted 03.13.2013 | Travel
Food Republic

Take one before you take on that ghost chili curry.

Looking at the Web From a World Away

Steve Rosenbaum | Posted 03.07.2013 | Technology
Steve Rosenbaum

Traveling outside of the U.S., you quickly get a sense of just how much the Internet has changed how we gather and validate information. Our access to information, and how we use crowd knowledge has changed dramatically in a few short years.

30 Things Traveling Has Taught Me About Life as I Turn 30

Adam Pervez | Posted 02.15.2013 | Travel
Adam Pervez

Having had the opportunity to visit 65 countries in the past eight years, I feel very lucky to have had the opportunity to travel so much. The people in each place have taught me so much about love, happiness, generosity and life.

Gifts for the Traveling Kid

Sherrie Nachman | Posted 02.03.2013 | Parents
Sherrie Nachman

Who says you can't take it with you? This year, kids on the go have a whole host of amazing toys that can be packed easily and offer hours of fun.

Mom Steps Out

Myra Demeter | Posted 01.28.2013 | Los Angeles
Myra Demeter

My body is in L.A. but my head is somewhere over the Mediterranean Sea. I landed in L.A. after 31 hours of traveling. I don't really mind long plane trips. I begin to relax when I get in the taxi. That's when I relinquish control.

Winning: Choose to Be a Loser

Patricia Rust | Posted 01.12.2013 | Healthy Living
Patricia Rust

My friends chose to lose, but I chose good health and good foods, which are grown here at what's lovingly called "The Ranch."

12 Ways To Score On Cheap Airfare

Money Talk News | Amanda Geronikos | Posted 11.11.2012 | Money

MoneyTalksNews: Airfares are taking off. According to Travelocity, the average round-trip domestic airfare this Thanksgiving is $386, up 9 percent ...

My Top 5 Travel Pet Peeves

Oneika Raymond | Posted 01.23.2014 | Black Voices
Oneika Raymond

Travel can be transformative, exhilarating... and at times, ridiculously annoying. While I typically write about the sunshine-y aspects of travel (I'm just a rainbows and roses kinda gal), there's a whole spate of ish that positively annoys me to no end.

Polishing One Very Rough Stone

Stanley K. Sheinbaum | Posted 12.09.2012 | Books
Stanley K. Sheinbaum

And that's how I ended up becoming an economist -- one answer to an essay question that happened to catch the eye of a professor who cared.

Flying to College: How to Conquer Baggage Fees

Courtland Thomas | Posted 12.04.2012 | College
Courtland Thomas

When it comes to orientation week (and any other in-between semester breaks), there are many, many advantages involved in flying. How's a comprehensive guide to do so.

Stimulate Yourself

Payvand Seyedali | Posted 11.17.2012 | Healthy Living
Payvand Seyedali

Traveling or living abroad, especially in a developing country, is a quick fix way to make our soul strings vibrate. But vibrate they must, wherever you are, whatever you do.

E.L. Doctorow's India

Posted 09.06.2012 | Books

The following is an excerpt from The Condé Nast Traveler "Book of Unforgettable Journeys: Volume II: Great Writers on Great Places." It is author E.L...

A Sense of What Can Be

Bob Jeffrey | Posted 08.28.2012 | Business
Bob Jeffrey

It's interesting to me that both of our presidential candidates had fathers who were born in foreign lands, one in Kenya, one in Mexico. They ultimately both found themselves in America because our nation truly is a land of limitless possibilities.

Just Go for It

Kate M. Miller | Posted 10.08.2012 | College
Kate M. Miller

Extraordinary is achieved when you are willing to give up the fence for something you care about more. I don't say this to make you feel trapped in a hole of your own responsible decisions. Self-efficacy is all about empowerment.

How I Love Traveling, But Traveling Hates Me

Ombretta Di Dio | Posted 09.16.2012 | Travel
Ombretta Di Dio

One of my best friends walks barefoot all over the place, she picks up food from the ground and she flies from hostel to hostel around the world, like a crazy butterfly. Whenever I stay in a hostel for more than three days, my body will most likely pay me back in bad ways.

36 Top Credit Cards Without Foreign Transaction Fees

Ellen Cannon | Posted 07.23.2012 | Money
Ellen Cannon

Now, as card issuers seek to attract and retain low-risk cardholders who swipe their cards for everything from a daily coffee to a first-class ticket to Hong Kong, many issuers have dropped the FTF on their travel cards.

Ann Brenoff

What Should You Never Bring With You On Vacation?

HuffingtonPost.com | Ann Brenoff | Posted 07.19.2012 | Fifty

After college, I spent a year backpacking through Europe. I started out with a 40-pound brick on my back and came home with just a 14-pound case of th...

How to Travel the World for Months (Or Years)

Rachel Stern | Posted 09.16.2012 | San Francisco
Rachel Stern

Many people believe a two-week vacation is all they can manage. But it's possible to hit the road for two months or even two years -- even with a small amount in the bank --according to a panel of chronic world travelers in San Francisco.

How To Stay Safe While Traveling Abroad

Norm Schriever | Posted 09.16.2012 | Travel
Norm Schriever

I've been fortunate enough to travel all around the world but also witnessed an unbelievable array of street scams and hustles. But please don't let that discourage you from grabbing your passport and exploring the beautiful world we live in; you'll find most places to be as safe as your front porch if you exercise some basic rules of caution.

Beyond 'Shoe-Forking': Why You Should Go Barefoot And Eat With Your Hands

MeiMei Fox | Posted 09.12.2012 | Healthy Living
MeiMei Fox

Being fearless means getting in there and getting wet. Literally. By jumping into the ocean and feeling ourselves pushed around by the waves. By taking off our shoes and tickling our toes with the grass. By exercising in the great outdoors instead of in a gym.

Hummingbird Beats: Jessie Oleson

Jill Donenfeld | Posted 09.10.2012 | Home
Jill Donenfeld

Jessie Oleson is a writer, illustrator, gallery owner and cake anthropologist. Her first book, CakeSpy Presents Sweet Treats for a Sugar-Filled Life; she is currently at work on her second book.

More Bosses Than Workers Taking Vacations

The Huffington Post | James Sunshine | Posted 06.26.2012 | Business

For many American workers, heading out of town on vacation may be more dream than reality. Thirty-eight percent of American workers said they were...

7 Myths of Why You Can't Travel the World

Rachel Stern | Posted 08.12.2012 | San Francisco
Rachel Stern

Many people, even in the San Francisco Bay Area, overlook the multitude of culture, and nature, and fascinating influences from around the world we have here. Yet we can all see and appreciate our own backyards more through stepping into others.