You're stuck in the 9-5, fighting the cube wars day after day but you want more. Here Jennifer Miller shows us there's no reason you can't have it! Read on for five excellent reasons to hang up your dress shirt and take a year (or more) to redefine your life through a career break.
Planning to cram three countries and five cities into your two week vacation? Stop right there. Jennifer Miller shares five very good reasons to resist the urge to "see it all" in favor of developing a depth of experience that just might change your life.
Jennifer Miller and her family are in year five of an open-ended world tour. As you are reading this, they are homeless yet again as they work their way toward Thailand with backpacks. Ever wonder how that kind of life happens? Grab a cup of coffee, we'll tell ya.
Are you interested in getting off the beaten path, reducing your carbon footprint, and traveling the world for as little as $14 per day? Jennifer Miller gives you five great reasons to trade that heavy backpack for the freedom of two wheels.
Would you like to travel now, instead of later? Would you like to travel for six months instead of two? How about a lifetime? Jennifer Miller shares some secrets to funding your travels sooner rather than later.
Mexico used to be a road tripper's dream but the current drug related violence is making many rethink their plans. Jenn Miller shows you how to balance valid concerns with safety precautions and provides three itineraries for a fabulous south of the border experience.
There's more to the Czech than Prague and Jennifer Miller spent about a month and a half discovering it. Join her and experience the "real" Czech Republic, from caves to castles, absinthe to beer, not to mention the deepest abyss in Eastern Europe.
The best way to rejuvenate your love life? Travel! Size may or may not matter, but location can make all the difference. Forget the "mile high club," here are seven suggestions for making a travel memory that won't fit on a postcard.
Street food is often cheap, tasty, and in many cases, more sanitary than food cooked in restaurants (anything you can watch cooked in front of you is a safe bet), plus there's no better way to taste the food of the people - those cheap eats enjoyed by locals of all ages and incomes. Jenn Miller takes us on a tour of eleven of her favorite street foods.