September Twippers of the Month: Jen and Mark from Just Chasing Rabbits
Forever young is what our September Twippers of the Month, Jen and Mark, aims to be as they wander around the world with a constant sense of wonder and thirst for adventure. Jen and Mark’s love for travel has allowed them to stay young as they discover new places, and food as well as testing out their comfort zones. What’s so great about traveling with your partner? For Jen and Mark, it is being able to learn and grow together as a couple and as individuals as well; pushing past fears and coming out as victors together. They are our Twipper of the Month because they inspire us to never be afraid to challenge yourself and to always keep chasing rabbits!
August Twipper of the Month: Donna Hull from My Itchy Travel Feet
According to an article by discovercorps.com, now more than ever, thanks to technology, ease of travel and finally getting the kids out of the house, baby boomers are looking to travel more. Although we now have the internet to help us navigate through our travels with thousands of advertisements to lure us in, we are still saturated with millions of concerns and questions about these places that can only be answered by travelers who have experienced it first hand. My Itchy travel feet aims to help out baby boomers who are interested in travels no that they have more free time but do not know where to start or what to expect.
Scratching her itchy travel feet with new destinations, Donna Hull, our August Twipper of the Month is busting myths about baby boomers winding down with age and not knowing how to have fun. When Donna Hull started my Itchy Travel Feet, the goal was simple; create a travel journal to share travels with family and friends. Now, the blog has the answers (suggestions) to everything a new aspiring traveler might need. My Itchy travel feet aims to help out baby boomers who are interested in travels now that they have more free time but do not know where to start or what to expect. Along with Donna’s husband, Alan they are proving that baby boomer is more than just an age range and a solid market in an industry saturated with millennials.
June Twipper of the Month: Dev from FootlooseDev
“Traveling is brutality. It forces you to trust strangers and to lose sight of all that familiar comfort of home and friends” (Cesare Pavese) but traveling will also help you discover new friends and yourself. Our Twipper of the Month for June Dev from FootlooseDev, has learned a thing or two about self discovery during his journey to learning cultures. Before traveling, Dev was more of a follower rather than a leader but that has changed since he started traveling. Today, he is an accomplished blogger/photographer seeking to share his learnings and inspire others to travel.
Twippers of the Month: Marta and Michal from WanderIT
Did someone say couple goals? Because we might have just found them in Marta and Michal, our May Twippers of the Month. A passion for photography and love for travel can definitely take you places literally! At 26 years old, this traveling couple has experienced 22 countries together and they’re just getting started. Next year, Marta and Michal will go on a round-the-world trip and will continue capturing the beauty each destination has to offer. If you think their amazing photo skills are the only thing that makes them worth following, then you should also check out the duo’s website which seeks to inspire and help out travelers and aspiring travelers.
Twipper of the Month – April 2018: Janice and George Mucalov from Sand In My Suitcase
“The life you have led doesn’t need to be the only life you have.” – Anna Quindlen
Career did not let Janice and George, April’s Twipper of the Month, deter them from living their best life. From briefcase to suitcase the former lawyers have spent the past five years traveling and discovering the world as well as the underworld while writing articles for publications like Islands.com, TravelAge West, NUVO.com, Cruise & Travel Lifestyles, Taste of Life and Interval World.
These luxury travel bloggers like to enjoy the finer things in life – fancy 5-star hotels and cruise ships – but are also down to venture off the beaten path and “losing [themselves] in long conversations with local guides and people.” But what makes the Mucolov’s adventures even more fullfilling is they know how to give back by simply writing and promoting businesses that support good causes and donating to a charity that helps out countries in need.