Minimalist Travel Packing with a Toddler
Goal: One backpack, one toddler, myself and 3 weeks in Europe.
Travel Series: Should you use cash, credit, or travelers checks when you travel abroad to get the best exchange rate?
What should you carry when you travel abroad? Cash? Cards? Traveler's Cheques? It is always difficult to know what to bring.
Minimalist Travel: Packing Tips
My minimalist wardrobe travel capsule for going to Europe in the summer.
What I look for in a perfect souvenir
I have never been the type to collect keychains, shot glasses, postcards, magnets, or any kind of knick-knackky trinket. I know people who do, but I am not one of those. I’m
How to travel hassle-free and worry-free with these 10 tips
I used to travel almost 90% of the time when I was a consultant on the road (these days, I'm homebound), and here are my top travel tips.
Blogger Review: Bose Quiet Comfort 35 Noise Cancelling Headphones
I purchased these wireless Bose QuietComfort 35 Noise-Cancelling over-the-ear headphones after getting frustrated that I kept getting tangled up in my headphones (and knotting thei
Should we all start learning Chinese?
“We should all start learning Mandarin because the Chinese are taking over the world.” If I hear this sentence come out of someone’s mouth one more time, I
Travel Tales: A French Eating Quirk
An interesting thing I learned while being in France and being with French people is the following: French people on the whole, hate eating and touching food with their fingers. Le
Singapore, the Lion City – Time Lapse Miniature Video
A very cool time lapse video by Keith Loutit on Singapore. Singapore wasn’t a city that I would go back and visit again. The flight was too long and it is too westernized to
Traveling experiences based on gender
I’m a huge fan of watching shows where people travel to countries I’ll probably never visit (e.g. Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, etc) and to see what it looks like through t