My Favorite Gear

Sony a6000 Camera

Because I wanted more control over my photos and find DSLRs too heavy, I upgraded to a mirrorless camera. This took some getting used to, but once I found the right settings for me, my photos became ways for me to share my experience. I bought mine at Adorama, got a great discount on a kit with a zoom lens. Now that the a6400 was announced, you may find prices on this model dropping!

GoPro Hero 5 Black

Great for taking wide angle selfies, and making fun videos that capture the events of a day.

Day Pack

I love this bag because it folds up into itself and zips up as a pouch and is extremely lightweight. I use it every day to carry my camera, water bottle, sunblock, etc.

Compression Bags

Stuff them, press the air out, and voila!

Multi Travel Charger

Though it is large, I love being able to plug in 3 devices at a time and also hahve a 4th device charging via USB! Just pull out the plug you need and attach to go into the wall. Much sturdier than the plugs you need to slide to the country you are in to get the right adapter.

Selfie Stick / Tripod

This little guy fits easily into my luggage, is lightweight, and when I need it pulls up pretty high and serves as a tripod for my cell phone or GoPro. Only downside is that if you place it on uneven ground it will topple over. Just find someplace stable and you’re good to go!

Oboz Waterproof Hiking Shoe

After my old pair of hiking shoes fell apart in Costa Rica I had to invest in a new pair. I love these shoes because they are fabulous for hiking, but also waterproof, which means if I’m someplace where it’s a little chilly and raining, I can also use these shoes for protection.

Moldex Ear Plugs

Ear plugs are a godsend when you travel! You will find yourself in accomodation with thin walls, or sleeping with street noise and when you can just put these in and tune it out, it will work wonders for your sleep! These guys are easy to use, last a few times, and then you open up a new pair. Lightweight, indespensible!

Learn about Heather and what set her on her world journey. She also explains why this life is not just for Millenials, it’s for anyone that wants to create a life around what they love most in life. 

Listen to an episode of the video interview series that will inspire you to follow your heart. Whether you want to travel full time or have another calling, this series is for you.

See the amazing people I’ve been meeting on my travels and the fun stories that go along with the meetings.

Check out my travel photos from around the world to see the world from wherever you are.

If you’ve been thinking that there’s got to be  more to life than work, or, you’ve lost your job, and wonder whether now is the time to do something you’re more excited about, this quiz will help you. Answer a few questions and get a free guide to help you know the areas you need to work on, followed up with inspirational and helpful tips to put your dreams into action.

Traveling the world full-time may sound glamorous and exhilirating. (In many ways, it is!) But, it’s not full-time fun. Before you decide to go, take this quiz to make sure you’re ready, and, if not, find out how to bridge the gaps.

This fun quiz helps you understand what your travel personality is, and how to make sure you indulge it when planning your next trip to maximize your enjoyment!

This one is pure fun – test your transcontinental travel trivia knowledge. Hit the button below if you dare take the quiz and see your score! 

If you enjoyed the first quiz, see how you do on the second one! More fun, more tricks, Click the button below to test your knowledge!

If you want to see every post I’ve written, starting with the most recent, this is the place to start!

In 2020, I was traveling in New Zealand as the coronavirus pandemic brewed, and, got stuck there. If you want to read about what this time was like and traveling during this time, check out this page.

Many of my blog posts are about things I’ve discovered about myself or about being, while I’ve traveled. If you’d like to focus on posts that only have self-discovery themes, click the button below.

I’ve been traveling the globe solo, and many of my posts share thoughts and resources specifically for other solo travelers. If you’re a fellow solo traveler, or you’re thinking about solo travel, this is a collection you will find of interest.

Sometimes I write posts where I give insider information on certain cities I’ve visited, which may be more along the lines of places to go, how to save money, etc. If that’s your main interest, check out this compilation of posts.

At the heart of international travel is learning about the many different cultures and ways of being around the world. The posts compiled on this page speak, specifically, about the cultural observations I’ve had.

If you’re looking to read blog posts about specific destinations, click the country of your interest below to go to it’s blog page and get country-specific reviews and thoughts.

Africa

Argentina

Brazil

Cambodia

Chile

Costa Rica

France

New Zealand

Peru

Portugal

Scotland

Thailand

Uruguay

Vietnam

 

Want more in-depth information about travel? Trying to figure out how to afford full-time travel (or, doing what you want to do, full-time)? Check out these items!

Looking for a photo or a travel-related item to reconnect with the spirit of travel? Check out this page to see some of my photos and where you can find them as prints and various photo-gifts..

Trying to create a more fulfilling life? Want help with planning out how to make your mark in the world? Check out this page to see how Heather can help you!

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