5 Ways to “Find Yourself” By Travelling The Globe


This post was posted by The Hipmunk on Hipmunk’s Tailwind blog on 2015/08/18. There are more benefits to travel than just having fun. If you’re trying to get in touch with your inner self, visiting other countries or just going outside of your comfort zone at home in the United States can help you learn about yourself […]

Voluntourism: Helpful or Hurtful?


This post was posted by The Hipmunk on Hipmunk’s Tailwind blog on 2015/08/28. Jet to an exotic country. Get immersed in local customs. Help build a house or dig a well. Make buddies with fascinating people you’d never meet otherwise. A “voluntourism” trip seems like a great way to give back or improve the world in a […]

Quirky Places to Visit that Inspire TV Comedy

Silicon Valley

America’s favorite TV shows play favorites when it comes to setting – New York City is the hands-down winner.  It’s by far the most popular TV sit-com backdrop, heavily exported to living room screens worldwide. New York City isn’t the only place that’s good for a laugh. Some of the funniest TV comedies paint hilarious landscapes of more offbeat parts of the USA. Go visit the real-life setting of these place-centric television hit series. Once you’ve been there, you’ll “get it”.

Dumpster Diving, Freely Giving and the Man Who Quit Money

The Man Who Quit Money, book cover. Mark Sundeen.

Like a good book should, The Man Who Quit Money changed the way I see a few things. It changed the way I see money – rather than an absolute or a given, it’s a convention that (almost) all of us subscribe to. It changed the way I see my home state of Colorado, where Daniel is from. Mark Sundeen’s account of Daniel Suelo’s life also changed the way I see dumpsters.