Interview with Anita from Passport Down South!

Traveling with a chronic condition like psoriatic arthritis takes some extra planning, but it hasn’t stopped our latest interviewee from seeing the world.

Anita Shuler is a Southern mom from Charleston who has traveled throughout the United States, Ireland, Canada, and the Caribbean. She started her blog Passport Down South to detail her adventures, and she hopes to inspire others to take on the world regardless of their medical challenges.

Packing Light for a Vacation: 7 Tips for the Plus-Size Traveler

One of the most stressful parts of travel is packing. How do you know if you have enough? What if you forget something? Or, the most common issue, what if you take too much?

Many of us have fallen into the trap of packing too much for a vacation. When it comes to plus-size packing, we often struggle a bit more to pack light. Not only is there generally more material involved in plus-size clothing, but we might feel as though we need extra options like cover-ups, which can lead to us paying for extra luggage.

Never fear, however, as here are seven tips to help you pack lighter!

How To Solo Travel For The First Time

Solo travel is one of the most freeing and liberating experiences you can ever have in your life. If you don’t have the ability to go on holiday with friends or a partner this summer, what’s stopping you from leaving home and enjoying some time to yourself?

Solo travel can be a great experience and a wonderful way to increase your confidence. This year, why not make a name for yourself around the world?

Interview with Nikola-Anne from Diary of a Travelling Teacher!

Raise your hand if you’re a teacher and a fan of Travel With Curves! We have so many readers from across the world, from all walks of life, and teaching abroad seems to be one of the go-to ways to experience the world while still earning a paycheck.

Nikola-Anne is a twenty-something Australian and blogger behind Diary of a Travelling Teacher. She writes about setting up her new life in London, the negative sides to moving abroad, dating in a foreign country, and a variety of other topics from a traveling teacher’s perspective. Check out her interview below and follow her on Instagram to see what she’s currently up to. 

How to Make Money While Traveling - A Guest Post by Lauren Wiseman

“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness,” wrote Mark Twain in The Innocents Abroad. And indeed, traveling is a great way to broaden your horizons, explore new cultures, and get in touch with your inner self.

Wouldn’t it be great to just pack your bags and hit the road? Sure it would, but such motivational quotes don’t have much in common with how things work in real life. It’s hard to drop everything and travel when you work a 9 to 5.

Before I knock the wind out of your sails, here are a few ways to make money while traveling that I’ve personally learned over the years. Who knows, maybe that can turn one of these tips into a digital nomad lifestyle!