Travel Styles

In this segment, we cover people's favorite items to travel with, their best travel hacks, and stories from the road. Do you or someone you know have a couple cool pieces of gear they wouldn't leave on a trip without or want to share some travel hacks? Contact us for an opportunity to be featured.

Jessica Latone Travel Styles

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20+ Countries and Countless Photos with Jessica Latone

Jessica Latone is a Toronto and Vancouver based photographer that’s learned a thing or two about travel on the road. She captures “lovely bits” from Iceland to Croatia & more.

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Natalie Avalos and Thomas Brown in Medellín, Colombia

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Part-Time Digital Nomads Natalie & Thomas

Natalie Avalos and Thomas Brown’s graphic design & computer programming skills enable them to work remotely and live as part-time digital nomads.

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Tara Lilly | Pack Hacker Travel Styles

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Blending Work & Travel With Tara Lilly

Tara Lilly used to worry that she would have to give up traveling in pursuit of a career, but she’s figured out a great way to blend the two together.

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TJ Lee (CupofTJ) Santorini, Greece

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A travel & food vlogger’s tips for solo female travel: TJ Lee (CupofTJ)

Solo female traveler and vlogger TJ Lee (CupofTJ) walks us through her favorite travel gear, tips & tricks, and her three favorite backpacks for travel.

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Rebecca & Nathan of Always A Friday | Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, Kyoto, Japan

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“Always A Friday” Share Their Travel Tips

Rebecca and Nathan of “Always A Friday” are two twenty-somethings from the UK who left their job last year and have been traveling the world ever since.

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Matthew Hayto in the Polish High Tatra Mountains

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Lessons Learned from 4 Months with 1 Pack: Matt Hayto

Matthew Hayto is a seasoned Product Manager and world traveler. He shares with us his top three travel items and ideas on how to do more with less.

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Lauren Hom in Ubud, Bali

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5 Travel-Friendly Creative Tools with Lauren Hom

Lauren Hom—a creative illustrator, letterer, and digital nomad—shares 5 travel-friendly creative tools she uses to keep creating while traveling.

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Alastair Whitehead

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Touring Bluegrass Bass Player: Alastair Whitehead

Alastair—a laid-back bluegrass bass player—talks to us about his life on the road as a traveling musician that also carries fly fishing gear on the road.

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Tam Le

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Taking 1.2 Flights Per Week With Tam Le

Tam is an expert when it comes to perpetual travel. She takes—on average—1.2 flights per week. Plus, she teaches us how cạo gió can cure a common cold.

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Jono Lee

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Jono Lee: Straightforward Advice on Gear & Travel Apps

Jono Lee still lives his life on the road after one year with Remote Year. Here, he shares his straightforward advice on gear, apps, and travel gotchas.

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Roxanne Ravago in Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico

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Roxanne Ravago: Living Worldly Mini-Lives

Roxanne Ravago’s life is always a work in progress, but she shares a snapshot of the principles she uses to guide her life, travel, and digital nomadism.

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Jon Massmann

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Jon Massmann: Traveling Light as a Meditator and Teacher

A meditator & teacher shares his best travel gear including the Peak Design Everyday Backpack and a guitalele his travel friends carve their names into.

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Katherine Conaway

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Katherine Conaway: A Digital Nomad with 6 Years on the Road

Who would have thought a bathrobe would be a top item for a traveler of 6 years? Katherine Conway shares her top travel tips & tricks with us.

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Shayla Christine from Living On a One Way at Yosemite National Park

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Shayla Christine: A full-time traveler of 2+ years

Shayla Christine, a long-term traveler of 2 years, shares her travel tips and tricks in video format for this week’s Travel Styles segment.

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Tiago Almeida Climbing a Mountain in El Alto, Bolivia

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Tiago Almeida: Living Life out of One Bag

Tiago Almeida, a front-end developer working on a product that he loves while traveling the world shares his travel tips and strategy for one bag travel.

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John & Heidi on Tofte Peak, North Shore of Lake Superior, Minnesota

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Heidi & John Hakala: Nomadic Trailer Travelers

Heidi & John Hakala are a husband & wife writer, blogger, and full-time adventurer team. They share their favorite travel gear and tips with us.

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Phil Oliver photographing some vagabond skateboarders in the desert, Palm Springs, California

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Phil Oliver: Jeep Driving Drifter & Zen Photographer

Phil’s love of travel began with annual family vacations and since then, it has taken him far and wide. His tips are great for well-experienced travelers.

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Samantha Schaible in Ouarzazate, Morocco

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Samantha Schaible: Country-Hopping Digital Nomad

At age 25, Samantha decided to break the monotony of her routine and explore the world. She shares her favorite gear and travel tips in this interview.

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Dan Taylr

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Dan Taylr: Eco-Conscious Industrial Designer

Traveling through Southeast Asia and avoiding typical tourist destinations, Dan Taylr walks us through his favorite gear and some travel tips.

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Frances Beatty in Squamish, BC. Shot by Tara Lilly Photography.

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Frances Beatty: Wanderer & Wedding Photographer

Frances Beatty shares her favorite travel tips with us including how she chooses travel camera gear—plus—a nice tip to brighten the day of airline staff.

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Francis getting his mini golf on at Golfland USA, Cupertino, California

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Francis Villanueva: Engineer & Gadget Minimalist

Minimalist travel tips, USB-based gadget charging, and a strategy for warming up a cold airplane-food-bread-roll at 40,000 feet with Francis Villanueva.

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Jesi Hoolihan at Chapultepec Castle, Mexico City, Mexico

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Jesi Hoolihan: Business Trip Titan

A manager who travels for work more than half the year, Jesi shares her tips on staying balanced and looking sharp while on the move (plus her favorite travel item that always saves the day before a big meeting). 

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Packer Profiles Sasha Tsimbler Pack Hacker

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How a UX Director Travels: Sasha Tsimbler

Sasha Tsimbler, a UX director shares his top travel items with us, as well as a couple tips he’s picked up along his travels in this week’s Travel Styles.

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