Monthly Archives: March 2014

Parc de la Pépinière: A Nursery for Royals

  Parc de la Pépinière is certainly a sight to see in Nancy, a modest city with a population of over 400,000. The park’s name translates from French to “nursery park,” since the park was originally commissioned for a royal nursery, as the name suggested. This area of slightly over […]


You don't need a lot of money to make your travel dreams come true.

Money For Dream Destinations: The Practice of Abandonment

A big question I often get asked is “how do you afford to travel so much?” It’s not one single thing that can help you have that lifestyle, but many things working in conjunction much like the waterfall analogy I used. You always have to start somewhere, so for those […]


The Art of the 15kg Luggage: How Traveling Light Can Help You Save Money

Want to save on traveling? Of course you do. You may be wondering why I’m making such a big deal over a piece of luggage that weighs 15 kilograms (slightly over 33 pounds for those who don’t use the metric system, like here in the US). It’s a big deal […]