Tips for Making Long-Haul Flights Fly By
New York | April 6th, 2016

Is a long-haul flight looming in your future? Are you dreading it? Don’t! Long-haul flights are like listening to the new Justin   …Read More

Travel Addict Needs Her Fix
| March 29th, 2016

I haven’t been out of the country since I returned home from Chad in northern Central Africa on January 2nd and for   …Read More

When I was 14, I spent the summer living in Los Angeles, in Studio City. During this time, my entire goal in   …Read More

A Locals’ Guide to Eating Out in L.A.
New York | March 17th, 2016

Los Angeles has over 8,000 restaurants, spread across 503 square miles, offering every cuisine imaginable, and then some.Which is why on my   …Read More

How to Get Fixed Up
New York | February 27th, 2016

I love independently exploring the world because of all the unique, authentic, and awesome experiences and adventures I’m able to privately enjoy   …Read More

Okay so there’s absolutely no way to make coach class feel like business class because coach class sucks.Continue reading “How to   …Read More

Freedom Trumps View at 30,000 Feet
New York | February 16th, 2016

I love the view at 30,000 feet. It’s one of the greatest things about flying. But unless the flight is under two   …Read More

As someone who travels a lot, I can say with zero authority, but 100% certainty, that these are literally the most useful   …Read More

Jerks on a Plane
New York | February 2nd, 2016

I don’t know what it is, but something about flying seems to turn otherwise genteel, intelligent, sentient beings into thoughtless bullies and   …Read More

How to Travel While Working a Full-Time Job
New York | January 19th, 2016

Because I work full time, people often wonder how I travel as much as I do while holding down a job that   …Read More

Wells of Life in Chad
Bir Dugul, Chad | January 17th, 2016

We couldn’t carry water with us since we were in the Sahara (and on the road) for 18 days, so like everyone   …Read More

Seashells in the Sahara
Mourdi Depression, Chad | January 10th, 2016

Christmas Day I saw a partridge in a pear tree. Only there wasn’t a pear tree, there were four partridges, and I   …Read More

Shit Show in Chad
Guelta of Aloba, Chad | December 21st, 2015

Look at this photo! These kids’ expressions! C’mon! Replace me with a high fashion model and you have a Vogue editorial shoot!   …Read More

Dust in the “Saharan Wind”
Bahr al Ghazal, Chad | December 29th, 2015

This photo is not altered. That is the sun. …Read More

My Great Date With Chad
N'Djamena, Chad | January 1st, 2016

I arrived safely back in D’jamena on December 31, 2015, and took my first shower since December 15. I was filthy…to put   …Read More

My Date with Chad
New York | December 11th, 2015

If you’re reading this after December 14th, I’ll be on holiday alone in Chad, a landlocked country that sits between Libya, Niger,   …Read More

Mile High Club
New York | December 7th, 2015

I once went to second base with a stranger on a plane. He was my seatmate on the red-eye from Los Angeles   …Read More

Have Your Shoes Ready and Butt Covered
New York | November 30th, 2015

Over the years I’ve developed rituals to help me tolerate fear and sleep easier when away from home. Some are fairly straightforward,   …Read More

Turkey Day Traditions, Slander Resort Style
Islamorada, Florida | November 24th, 2015

Thanksgiving day traditions come in all shapes and sizes….Wendy’s just happen to involve quesadillas, beer, and the Florida Keys. Continue   …Read More

Cobble Hill, Brooklyn or Bust
New York | November 1st, 2015

“If it’s not in my neighborhood of Cobble Hill, I’m not going. If it’s not in my apartment, I barely want to   …Read More

World Peace and Demi Moore in Jogya
Indonesia | November 18th, 2015

Why can’t we all just along? A timely read about world peace…and Demi Moore. Continue reading “World Peace and Demi   …Read More

How Not to be Stupid While Traveling
New York | November 10th, 2015

It’s easy to make dumb mistakes when traveling. Here are Wendy’s tips for how not to. Continue reading “How Not   …Read More

Losing Excess Baggage
New York | October 26th, 2015

A simple equation can help you become a light packer. Learn it then apply it to every item you are considering packing,   …Read More

Et tu, Toilet? Tips for Tackling Tricky Toilets
New York | October 19th, 2015

Whether the foe you face is a pit latrine, a hole in the ground, a long drop or squat toilet, a filthy   …Read More

How Not to See Panama in Six Days
New York | October 14th, 2015

Travel’s imperfections – whether brought on by your own hand  or another’s – open the door for serendipitous and unexpected adventures. These   …Read More