Body-positivity is hard to come by these days and I had to travel halfway around the world to find some. Click through to learn how travel taught me to love my body again.
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How Travel Taught Me to Love My Body

I never would have thought that I’d feel most beautiful covered in mud and sweat while hiking through the jungle in the Philippines. In that moment, I felt confident that I was a strong woman who didn’t need to fit conventional beauty standards to be happy, but that hadn’t always come easily to me.

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2016 was an adventure! Read on to find out more The Fly Away Life's 2016 recap.
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2016 Travel Round Up- The Fly Away Life’s Year in Review

Wow, I can’t believe that 2016 is over!

It’s been a crazy year, with everything that is going on in the world, but personally for me it’s been a pretty transformative year and was filled with adventure! I backpacked across Southeast Asia, crossed off 7 new countries, learned to scuba dive, moved across the country and had my first full year blogging! Here is The Fly Away Life’s 2016 recap:Continue reading

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The Fly Away Life: Month 1 Recap

We’re a bit behind on posts due to the spotty wifi in Cambodia & Vietnam. But we have content that we’ve been working on that we will roll out as we get enough wifi to do so. In the meantime, here is our month 1 recap!

It’s hard to believe that we have been on the road for over 1 month now! November took us to two different continents, 3 countries and countless new cities and experiences. This constant movement is new for both of us and we’ve quickly realized that we prefer to move slowly and really get a feel for a country, rather than try and cram in as much as possible.Continue reading

What to Pack for Backpacking
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Packing for 6 Months of Travel

Guys, packing light is hard!

Seriously, packing was one of the more difficult things we had to do before we left. Since we are traveling between different climates or different seasons, packing more is the natural instinct. However, everything needs to fit in our backpacks, which are only about 60L.

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