Category Archives: Travel Tips

3 Travel Risk Management Tips for Traveling Overseas

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Traveling overseas can be a life-changing experience. Adventuring into new cultures, broadening your horizons, and exploring new landscapes are all incredible things. When traveling overseas, however, you do accept certain risks, whether it’s the climate, medical emergencies, or something else beyond your control. Minimize those risks by taking a few steps to make sure your trip goes as smoothly as possible.

Does Travelling Make You a Better Employee?

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The idea of international travel is one that has appealed to most of us at one time or another, whether this is during a gap year or after a sustained period of work and building a career.

Unless you become a serial traveller, however, at some point you will return to normality and resume your chosen career path. Not only this, but there is evidence to suggest that those who travel gain knowledge and experience that makes them better employees, which can offer benefits to both individuals and employees alike.

Top Tips for Taking Photos on Your Travels

We all love to go home with some amazing photos but sometimes it can be disappointing when you see the end results, right?

I hate to arrive home and realize that I never got as many cracking photos as I should have done. This is why I decided to sit down and think about some tips that could come in handy in the future.

The Best Jobs That Let You Travel

Isn’t the idea of working your way around the globe pretty exciting?

The prospect of getting a job that lets you travel is now a lot more possible than it ever was in the past. So, how can you earn a living while you carry out your globe-trotting?

Travel Tips For Long-Term Vacationers

While many only have a few days or weeks to spare for a vacation to get away from their usual routine back home, others decide to stay longer to their desired travel destinations for months or even years. It’s not a usual trend for many travellers, as most people are only allowed a short time to have a break from their work. In fact, according to The Atlantic, long-term travelling is more popular in countries such as Australia and the United Kingdom, while Americans are said to be “still relatively new” to the idea as they think it will cost too much on their end.