As you know, I’ve been on the Great American Roadtrip since last year. It may look like pure bliss, but I’ve also been working pretty hard the whole time. The misconception that digital nomads have tr
Arizona must have inspired Dr. Seuss. The rock formations are a sort of confectioner’s design. It’s as if — millennia ago — a giant-sized trow raked across soft red earth with cream cheese. I call Whi
Palm Springs, California is one of the prettiest cities in America. It’s easy to see why it was the weekend playground of Hollywood elite from the 1930s through the ’60s. Snow-capped mountains tower o
I had never been to Joshua Tree National Park before we arrived in our Airstream in January. We started our Great American Roadtrip in the Airstream in October 2016 and had criss-crossed the country b
I’m a huge fan of slow travel now. I used to zip through major cities — even entire countries — in a week, furiously spraying and praying with my camera. I’m not doing that anymore. Now that I’m tra
Travel is already inherent with discomfort, so your clothes shouldn’t be. I’ve probably made all the travel clothing mistakes one could make — wearing the wrong shoes, packing uncomfortable and impra
One dusky evening in Orange County, California. Filmed on the San Clemente Pier. Read my 9 Cool Things to Do in SoCal or see my 18 Photos That Will Make You Pack for California. If you like this film,
Savannah, Georgia is hauntingly beautiful.
It’s so charming, I am flabbergasted it’s not raved about more… by everyone.
Is Savannah the South’s best kept secret? I would argue so.
I spent about a mo
Watch my new travel film from charming Asheville, North Carolina. From the Blue Ridge Parkway to the Biltmore Mansion, this is Asheville in Autumn. The laid back North Carolina town oozes charm and wa
Budget travel doesn’t excite many of us. We may picture dingy hotel rooms, crowded buses, and zero-elbow-room flights when we think of traveling on a budget. The older I get, the less I want to travel