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Long-term indie travel is a lifestyle, and BootsnAll offers an abundance of articles that can help you make it yours – check out the following pages to be inspired and learn about the people out there making it happen.
- 5 Ways Travel Has Made Me a Better Lover
- Travel changes us. Jenn Miller discusses five ways that her long term journey has deepened her capacity for love and challenged her to develop a deeper understanding of herself and the world around her.
- What’s Wrong With America?
- America gets a lot of things right, but they get a few things wrong, too. Jenn Miller discusses what's wrong with America and how travel provides a dose of perspective
- the Indie Travel Manifesto
- See the document and tenets that we live and work by: The Indie Travel Manifesto.
- 12 Reasons to Create a Travel Lifestyle
- Travel can be a lifestyle, a genuine life routine. Vickie Lillo will show 12 reasons to travel and how you can start planning for that round-the-world adventure, even if you have to take it a few days at a time.
- Do You Live an Extraordinary Life?
- While reading a travel blog the other day, Adam Seper came across a quote that made him pause and reflect on his current life. He asked himself, "Am I living an extraordinary life?"
- HSP and World Travel
- Do you feel overwhelmed by crowds, noise, and instability? Are you jumpy and a worrier? Kelly O'Laughlin shares tips on how you can travel the world successfully when you are highly sensitive to your surroundings.
- A Life Requirement
- What would it look like if an entire town was populated only by people who had some long-term travel under their belts? Jenn Miller takes a whimsical look at what an imaginary intentional community of travelers might look like.
- Traveler Mindset At Home
- It’s easy to let yourself believe that the trip, the adventure, the journey is the magic that will fix everything. That somehow you’ll discover who you are, and where you’re going, and make peace with where you’ve been on the road. Can I tell you a secret? Travel is not magic. You are.
- Do You Travel for Discovery or Escape?
- Traveling to escape is not a new idea. In fact, I think it’s probably as old as humanity itself. You can start there, if you must, but you’re going to learn some things along the way.
- Why I Hate the Term “Authentic Travel”
- Travel is often referred to as being authentic, but Sarah-Jane Williams describes why she hates this description with a passion!