Fall in Love With the World

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Jenn Miller shares why it’s so important to give in to being open and vulnerable on our travels: So we can fall in love with the world, engaging and learning on our travels, as opposed to merely escaping and observing.

How Millennials Are Finding Purpose (and a Better Life) in Guatemala

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Is moving abroad the answer to Millennials’ woes? Jenn Miller and a few of the millennials she knows in Guatemala share their insights on the challenges millennials face worldwide, and why relocating to Guatemala might be just the ticket to overcoming them.

Why You Want to Spend Longer in the Peruvian Amazon

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Jenn Miller’s spent two-weeks exploring the Amazon Rainforest in Peru. She’s seen parrots licking clay, searched for ironwood tree seeds, and spotted caimans. You could do it all in two days, but she thinks you should take as much time as you can and slow down. Here’s why.

8 Small Towns in New Zealand the Guidebooks Ignore

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There’s far more to see in New Zealand than Auckland, Christchurch, hobbit homes from Lord of the Rings, and Milford Sound. Jenn Miller shares 8 off-the-beaten-path destinations around New Zealand’s North and South Islands worth renting a car and venturing away from the main tourist trail.

Overland Egypt: Notes for Women Traveling Alone

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Forget what you saw about Egypt in the news. With the right attitude (and clothing) it’s a safe and lovely place to solo travel, even as a woman –Jenn Miller just did.

I’m Leaving the Country if XXX Gets Elected!

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Jenn Miller contemplates why so many Americans are considering moving abroad pending the upcoming election results, shares a few possible solutions, and finally makes the case for staying home and being a part of change for the better.

A Volunteer Project to Get Behind

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A few weeks ago in this column, Jennifer Miller shared her disdain for short term mission trips. Some who read this article thought she was calling for an end to all types of volunteer trips, fundraisers, activities, and experiences, which is the furthest thing from the truth. Today, Jenn is sharing a personal story about a project that she believes will leave a lasting impact on the community that she currently lives in, which is what we believe most people who get involved in this type of work hope to accomplish.

What’s Wrong With America?

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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

Five Tips For Camping With Kids

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Jenn Miller has lived in tents for much of her life, on multiple continents, and with four kids. She shares her best tips for camping with kids. Say your “Hail Marys,” pack a few “Hallelujahs” and dive in for an unforgettable camping adventure with your kids.

Five Stops on Italy’s Adriatic Coast to Add to Your Venice Trip

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There is more to the Adriatic region of Italy than just Venice. Join Jenn Miller for a tour down the coast of the Adriatic Sea and discover five stops on the Italian side that don’t rate highly in the guidebooks but are not to be missed, nonetheless.