You say I travel to find myself. After so many miles, so many passport stamps, so many maps, here’s what I’ve found. … More Here’s The Biggest Piece of Knowledge Travel Drops
Traveling over the holidays? Stay healthy and avoid getting sick with these 7 tips. … More 7 Tips: How Not to Get Sick When You Fly
We’re so honored to be featured by Travelita’s World, a website dedicated to creating a community for women travelers. Check it out! … More Rollerbag Goddess is Featured on Travelita!
Looking gifts for the world travelers and wanderlusters in your life? Ten Thousand Villages has great gift ideas. Here’s our ethical, eco-conscious, fair trade gift guide for 2019. … More Gift Guide for Travelers in 2019
Finding ethical, eco-friendly, fair trade gifts for travelers can be a challenge. Ten Thousand Villages is helping break the cycle of poverty…and the gifts they have for the travelers in your life are sure to wow. … More Ethical, Fair Trade Gifts for Travelers (and the People Who Love Them)
How do we unravel hate? It is a persistent cord that weaves through generations, too often unchallenged. What, but travel, pulls at the loose threads? Morocco fed me, in all the ways that matter. … More Morocco Fed Me
Meet Jackie Ripp, a winner in our recent Rollerbag Goddess Getaway Contest!
Jackie won some fabulous prizes for sharing getaway photos that gathered loads of likes. Congratulations, Jackie! … More Featured RBG: Jackie Ripp
Long-term transformational travel can be physically, spiritually and emotionally exhausting. It can create massive, internal shifts. And just like any experience that depletes us, it’s important to take care of yourself so you can fully process the experience and engage in the transformation. … More Nurturing Yourself after Long-Term, Transformational Travel
Traveling without WiFi? While travelers used to go without internet as they roamed the world, these days it seems essential for every step of the journey. … More Disconnection is Disconcerting
I arrived in Barcelona at 6 a.m., when it was still dark, and that tender flesh of morning was just beginning to emerge as the scab from the night before slowly broke away. After 19 hours of travel by bus from Portugal, I wanted to freshen up before the two mile walk to my pension. … More 6 a.m. Walk from the Barcelona Train Station