I really thought I would be heading back to Europe soon. I didn't expect to be away for this long. But lucky lucky me has received an awesome temporary job offer in New Zealand! I haven't been there before so I have been doing lots of research about where to…Continue reading...
Making the decision to get treatment for an addict is a groundbreaking moment that should be harnessed. For an addict, the lows that come along with the decision to get clean are typically devastating. …continue reading →
Taking a trip overseas is a lot different than planning to visit a city within your own country. Just going to a new town within your own borders doesn’t require you to have any special identification, plan for months or years in advance, or normally necessitate doing too much research beforehand. But if you’re traveling to a whole different nation, you’ve got a bit more preparing to do in order to ensure you do everything safely and legally. To help with this, here are three things you should take care of when planning an international vacation.…continue reading →
The road to long-term addiction recovery is is just that; long term. Just as the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of recovery require a person to take a journey into themselves, sometimes a tangible journey is beneficial as well. …continue reading →
If you're going to be heading out on any sort of major journey soon, then you know the importance of taking care of all of your packing details in advance. The last thing that you want is to be frustrated and rushing around trying to figure out what the safest way to pack things is going to be before you have to jam everything into a suitcase and go on an eight hour flight across the country.…continue reading →
These days more and more people are turning to the popular apartment swapping website Airbnb for their lodging when they go on a trip. The prices are considerably lower than hotels and the ease of navigation on the website makes it less of a headache than traditional vacation rental sites.…continue reading →