This is a summary of our family gap year. Here we give an outline of our itinerary, our philosophy of travel, and what might lay beyond this special time.
Six months into our family gap year, I reflect on the things that have surprised me the most about long-term travel and how our family has adapted (or not).
In the first part of my “Trifecta” series, I discuss the three things I’ve found most beneficial about our family gap year and long-term travel.
Several books have shaped our thought process while planning and contemplating our family gap year. We share them with you in this post.
Are you thinking of taking a gap year and want to move on from idle dreaming? This article will help you think through the most important considerations.
Camino in Spanish means “way” or “path.” In a deeper sense, it means “pilgrimage.” To find our camino, we must go slow. We must pay attention.
Now that I am responsible for three young boys what does that mean for my dream of traveling the world and how do I explain myself to the doubters?
After I read Matt’s first post, Wanderlust Meets Life’s Obstacles, it got me thinking about my personal reasons for embarking on a family gap year.