Everyone should travel at some point in their lives. That’s already a pretty common saying nowadays, we see it plastered everywhere. From YouTube videos of travel vloggers to the IG of internet-famous travelers, we always see people encouraging others to travel. But traveling on its own isn’t exactly fun if all you do is stay
It’s well-known that in the modern era, people are settling into increasingly sedentary lifestyles. But even as we become surrounded by the conveniences of technology, many of us still resist this influence. We put on good running shoes and head out to keep up a daily exercise habit. We research new ways to work out
The United States is home to 62 national parks, totaling tens of millions of acres of protected land for every American to enjoy. They are a testament to the immense cultural and natural heritage of this nation and represent our freedom, diversity, and history. In 2019, the National Park Service was visited over 320 million
Singapore is home to a number of diverse neighborhoods, each with plenty of things to see and explore. Despite the small size of the island, you’ll find plenty of areas jam-packed with culture, food, and history. One such area is Orchard Road, Singapore’s most renowned shopping street, and there’s more to it than just glamorous
You do not have to leave your hometown to see new places and have new experiences. You can become a tourist and learn more about the place you were born. Here are some things that you should do to discover the wonders of your hometown: Eat at all the Local Restaurants Go on your own food tour
Nonstop flights are fantastic for getting to your destination as quickly as possible. You get to do the whole transit in one go and get to your destination faster. But it can be challenging physically to travel the whole plane journey in one sitting — the longer the flight, the more demanding on your body.
In 2020, the world was struck by the COVID-19 pandemic, caused by a novel strain of the coronavirus. This aggressive version of the flu infected more than 3 million people in the span of 3 months and brought entire nations to a halt. Almost overnight, governments around the world instituted lockdowns and quarantines, forcing people
We’re all stuck in quarantine right now. With so much more free time on your hands, maybe it’s time to