Alyssa Hollingsworth

20 Ways to Overcome Homesickness When Traveling

Worried about getting homesick on your next adventure? Here are 20 tried and tested ways you can avoid feeling homesick during your travels – or at least make it easier to manage!

20 Things a Diabetic Needs to Do Before and During Travel

After living ten years in a household of Type 1 diabetics before becoming one myself, I’ve had plenty of experience watching my mom run down a German mountain in search of chocolate. Trust me, there are much safer (and less stressful) ways to avoid disaster during your trip!

20 Reasons You Should Travel With Your Kids

My parents helped me and my siblings adjust to travel at a nice young age, and it resulted in all of us becoming lifelong travelers in some form or another. This is why you should convert your offspring--while they’re still young!

Traveling Gluten-Free in America: What You Need to Know

The good news about traveling in America right now is that gluten intolerance is the new sexy food trend. This means most grocery stores and many popular restaurants are upping their gluten-free game, so there are more options available than there were even five years ago.

20 Ways Travel Is Essential for Mental Health

Mental health is an important component of your physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. In periods where your mental health is at its best, you’ll be at your most creative, happiest, and kindest. There are ways to take care of your mental health at home, but I’ve often found movement essential to a positive outlook.

25 Reasons to Avoid England at All Costs

Thinking about taking a trip to jolly old England? It’s our duty to inform you that the consequences of such a decision could be dire. Before you hop on a plane, train, or boat, consider these 25 reasons you should never go to England.

The Best of Boston: 10 Essential Experiences

With its bombastic people, rich history, and great culture, it’s no surprise that Boston is a city with a lot of personality. My introduction to the place was during a blizzard in ‘13, which was, coincidentally, my spring break senior year of college.