Viewing Archives for animals

WAIW | Our Last Goodbye(s)

Image contains a photo of a bearded man with a large black and grey dog. The dog is sitting on its hind legs, and the man is resting his head on the dog's back just below his neck.

When it comes to housesitting and travel, there are lots of goodbyes. Unfortunately, some are more permanent than others. Read More »

WAIW | Privilege & Big Babies

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When it comes to talking about privilege, it's not long before a big baby or two shows up. Read More »

Five Years of Slow Full-Time Travel (and T.O.F.U.)

Image contains a photo of a man wearing a green backpack and a black hoodie. The man is in the bottom right of the photo, and he is facing away from the camera. In the distance, the horizon is dotted with small stone buildings and there are cars in the foreground.

Five years ago, I quit my job to focus on the magazine and travel full-time. Today, I took some time to reflect on just what's happened over those years. Read More »

WAIW | Thanks to Farmers

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In today's WAIW episode, I felt the need to talk a little about how important it is to think of the farmers involved in putting food on our tables. Read More »

WAIW | Dog Discrimination

Image contains a photo of a medium-sized black dog. The dog is laying down on light coloured tile with his head rested on his front paws, He is looking to the left.

Discrimination of any kind is a terrible thing, but today I wanted to talk specifically about the kind that's aimed at dogs. Read More »

T.O.F.U. #15 | Pitch Deadline

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The deadline for pitching ideas for the fifteenth issue is only a day away, but that means there's still time to get in touch. Read More »