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Myths and Truths of Solo Female Travel

One of the travel bloggers I follow (Oneika Raymond) recently spoke about this topic on her Instagram. She mentioned how traveling as a female shouldn’t really be any different than traveling as anyone else. You have to think of the same things and take similar precautions, but in most places in the world female travelers…

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Remote Work

Enable Your Travel Lifestyle

Think about a life you don’t need a vacation from. One that is location independent, where you have the time to spend your day as you please; Wake up in the morning, breakfast, yoga, work, lunch, time with the family, explore your surroundings, etc. While it seems like something only Instagram travelers can do, it’s more obtainable than it appears.

In the last 6 years, Ben and I have personally worked our way from traditional 9-5 office jobs to our now remote jobs that come on the road with us wherever our travels take us. Even before we had our remote jobs, we were exposed to Work Away that allowed us to provide work on a bamboo farm in the rainforests of Belize in exchange for a place to sleep. Keeping in line with the purpose of Lost to Live, we have shared our top picks to show there really is a way for anyone to travel.


Florence at its Best

While there are many lovely cities, towns and hamlets speckled throughout Italy, a stay in the capital city of Tuscany truly encompasses what the European nation is all about. Classic architecture, legendary artwork and statues that greet the eye around every corner create the perfect setting for exploring. Florence—Firenze in Italian—dates back to 59 B.C.…

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The Beauty of Villefranche-sur-Mer

Whenever I see the name of a town in France that is suffixed by sur-Mer, I am transported back to the French Riviera, a gorgeous slice of the planet dotted with little hamlets that profile Western Europe at its core. And with roots dating back to 130 B.C., historic Villefranche-sur-Mer is an ideal illustration of…

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What fear can teach us | Karen Thompson Walker

Imagine you’re a shipwrecked sailor adrift in the enormous Pacific. You can choose one of three directions and save yourself and your shipmates — but each choice comes with a fearful consequence too. How do you choose? In telling the story of the whaleship Essex, novelist Karen Thompson Walker shows how fear propels imagination, as…

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