Picture Perfect

Picture Perfect

If you could spend more than half of your year traveling, would you? Stephen Johnson would—and does. As an interior photographer, he’s away from his home in New York about 60 percent of the year taking photos of homes and buildings for interior designers, hotels, . . . read more

On the Road Again

On the Road Again

Renovated Airstreams, trailers, and camper vans have mixed nostalgic wanderlust with modern conveniences, making many Millennials dream of selling their belongings and hitting the open road. The freedom of going wherever, whenever, is enticing—especially when these adventures are documented with hashtags and validated with likes, comments, . . . read more

Willing to Travel

Willing to Travel

Lori Metze explains her life as a travel writer.

No House, No Problem #VanLife

No House, No Problem #VanLife

Full time travel is absolutely possible, find out how these 2 #VanLife couples do it.

Life Above the Death Zone: Survival Over 26,000 FT.

Life Above the Death Zone: Survival Over 26,000 FT.

David Roskelley, of Alpine, Utah, has done something few others on this planet have ever attempted––he has climbed the Seven Summits, the highest mountain on each of the seven continents.

Extreme Cammock King: Man Takes Hammocks and Camping to the Extreme

Extreme Cammock King: Man Takes Hammocks and Camping to the Extreme

There’s camping, there’s hammocking, and then there’s cammocking—that is, opting for a hammock while camping. Then, of course, there’s extreme cammocking: suspending a 2,000 square foot hammock of weaved rope over a 400-foot canyon. These woven hammock-like nets are also known as space nets. To . . . read more

Leaving to Live

Leaving to Live

The experience of one forced traveler, a refugee from Somalia, and his path to healing.

Life in the Sky

Life in the Sky

“Please put your tray up.” The words from the flight attendant are always dreaded when the airplane angles down. How do flight attendants live, though? Learn more through the life of Brooke Jacobson, flight attendant extraordinaire.

Rising from Ruins

Rising from Ruins

Can poetry help heal a nation struggling in the aftermath of an earthquake? Samyak Shertok believes it can.

One-Wheel Wanderings

One-Wheel Wanderings

“If you want to get good at writing, you write. If you want to get good at camping, you camp. If you want to get good at life, you go on a unicycle tour.” “I want to thank the person who stole my passport and . . . read more