Lodging

Telling Dwellings

So much of the journey has to do with where you rest your head. Whether a European hostel, a relative’s guest room, a five-star suite or a futon in a big tent, here are some thoughts about lodging as a solo traveler, a safety-minded female traveler, and a budget-traveler.

  • My first house was tiny long before it was a trend.
  • I lived in an urban yurt.
  • I spend 3x more nights in motels/hotels/couch-surfing in 2017 than I did my own place.
  • Unexpectedly spending two months in European hostel bunkbeds as a 30-something taught me a lot.
  • I’m an Ambassador with Airbnb and have some ideas about making your guest space inviting too.

Yurt Life

Chinook-y: Yurt Life in High Wind

Chinook-y: Yurt Life in High Wind

Last month, when the temperatures dipped well into the negative degrees Fahrenheit, I thought, “I’m so glad I just moved out of the yurt!” Last week, as I dug…

Did I Mention I Live in a Yurt?

Did I Mention I Live in a Yurt?

Wrapping up lunch at Denver Biscuit Company on Colfax Avenue, I said to my companion something about my latest living situation, a rented yurt. She teased, “Way to bury the…

Host Airbnb

Airbnb Will Collect and Remit Occupancy Taxes in Colorado

Airbnb Will Collect and Remit Occupancy Taxes in Colorado

Received January 13, 2017 from Airbnb Good news: collecting and remitting taxes is about to get easier for hosts. We’re happy to announce that starting on February 01, 2017…

Host Airbnb

Host Airbnb

Being an Airbnb Host is a way to earn some extra money while you travel or meet travelers in your own community. Want to be part of one of the…

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Tara - Founder, Trailheaders.com; specializing in PR & content creation for economic and community development