Travel and the Power of Letting Go: Santorini, Greece

There are two types of travelers in the world: planners, and non-planners. I know people who are most comfortable planning every detail six months in advance, or more: where they’re going, where they’re staying, what they’ll be doing for side trips, and what they’ll be eating.Me, I like to take my chances. Donkeys give rides … More Travel and the Power of Letting Go: Santorini, Greece

Mini Vacay: Rainy day in Banja Luka, Bosnia

A rainy morning in Banja Luka, Bosnia. Church bells in the background. Video by Charish Badzinski. ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________ Join our community of travelers and enjoy exclusive content by liking us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/RollerbagGoddess Charish Badzinski is an explorer, foodie and award-winning travel and food writer. When she isn’t working to build her blog: Rollerbag Goddess Rolls the … More Mini Vacay: Rainy day in Banja Luka, Bosnia

5 Things You Can Bring to Make Air Travel Comfortable Again

The whole matter of how “inconvenient” and “awful” air travel has gotten is a bit old, don’t ya think? I mean, when did it stop being amazing that we could be freezing our bottoms off at -20F in Wisconsin one minute, and four hours later, bikini-clad on a fabulous beach, drinking a mai tai? Photo … More 5 Things You Can Bring to Make Air Travel Comfortable Again

Two Tickets to Paradise, Please! Fly to Japan free

What if you could get free round trip tickets to Japan? Photo by Charish Badzinski.  It actually isn’t as far off as it may seem. Yahoo blogs today reported that Japan is considering giving away 10,000 free round trip tickets to their country to re-invigorate travel after a rather rough spell of setbacks. Here’s the … More Two Tickets to Paradise, Please! Fly to Japan free