Yes, you absolutely CAN make time to take the vacations and getaways you’ve always wanted to take. It just takes a little “selective paring.”
As a Part Time Vagabond, it’s likely that you’ve become an expert on all the fun, interesting things to do in your favorite destination. Between staycations, weekend getaways, and all the short trips you’ve taken, you could very well serve as the go-to tour guide in your area. You probably have friends and relatives who […]
Vag ∙ uh ∙ bond – moving from place to place without a fixed home It occurs to me that not everyone understands what a Part Time Vagabond is, or even if they can consider themselves one. As a result, it’s hard to know whether this blog is targeted to them. So here’s a quick […]
I think I’ve said it before, but it bears repeating: I’m a geek. A tech junkie. A fanboy. I love me some newfangled devices, from my smartphone to my iPad and everything in between. When Instagram, the photo sharing app with the funky filters, finally came to Android, I was skeptical at first. What was […]
I am very excited to announce that Part Time Vagabond has joined the Bangor Daily News (BDN) Blogger Network! What this means for you There won’t be much of a change in terms of content on PTV. It does mean more consistency in the frequency of posts, and it means more eyeballs on those posts. […]
Getting your first passport is almost a rite of passage for the international traveler. Here’s how to get yours.
If you’ve got a less than stellar credit score, but still want to travel like the pros, you may be able to kill two birds with one stone. Here are some tips.
Anne, her partner Colin, and their dog Maye, live full-time on a boat, sailing the Atlantic coast of the U.S. Here’s how they do it.
It was beautifully sunny and somewhat mild in Maine as I began writing this post, and of course the nice weather had me daydreaming about all the trips I’d like to take before I get married in late September. Part of my travel goal this year, I’ve decided, is to explore Maine more. I’ve just […]
Airport delays suck, but there are things you can do to make them easier. Travel veteran C.C. Chapman shares his tips.