Love to travel and learn about the world.
Front-end web developer and all things tech.
Developer on all things WordPress, especially WooCommerce.
I have three Guerrilla Packs backpacks and have been a fan of their backpacks for awhile. The Voltij was my favorite but after getting their new Samurai bag, this is by far my new favorite backpack in my entire collection.
I’ve been through hell and back since 2011 to get all the required paperwork to Italy for my Italian Citizenship through jure sanguinis.
Although I’ve changed the name of the site, I’m still a backpack hoarder. I have a lot of backpacks and I have to admit, my new STM backpack is pretty sweet. This might replace all my other bags as my new day bag.
I have a mission to tell the world that the US has the best beers in the world because it’s true.
Why has American culture not picked up on the hostel culture but in Europe it does so well? Support the hostel industry in the US.
If you’re looking to drink great beers and cocktails in Wisconsin, Milwaukee and enjoy it in a fun and cool atmosphere, keep reading.
I have decided to rebrand this website as Art of Adventuring. The new name reflects a broader approach to travel. To me adventuring means exploring the world and trying new things, whether that be with a backpack or not. It means covering not just adventure activities but independent travel, off the beaten path discoveries and even the everyday adventure of living abroad.
I went behind the scenes at Summerfest before the doors had opened for the day.
Four years ago I thought I could backpack the world for the rest of my life. The way I travel has changed over the years. Am I still a backpacker?
What’s the first thing you think of when you think of Harley-Davidson? Mine wasn’t very possible by after visiting the Harley-Davidson Museum, it’s changed my view of the company to something much more positive.