With everything going on in the world, the one thing you may not have anticipated in 2020 was a pandemic keeping you from exploring. While spending all day at home, you may start to get a little bored. These Postcard Press resources can help fill your days and calm your travel bug (even for just a little bit).
If you’re looking for a fun way to reflect on your travels, travel journaling is the activity for you!
Not sure what to do on a rainy day? The Wordy Traveler is a subscription box filled with books that’s perfect for those who love reading just as much as they love traveling!
For this pick, Jax brings to light the New York Time’s travel issue of T magazine and how it features original fairy tales that inspire travelers with a new sense of adventure.
Have a short trip ahead? If you haven’t already discovered The New York Times’ “36 Hours in…” series, then this Postcard Press pick is for you.
This week’s Postcard Press Pick is The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See, a beautifully-written, culturally-enriching novel. Warning: It will pique your wanderlust.
This pick is on Outside Magazine, an online community supporting travel and an active lifestyle!
Borders of Adventure is this week’s Postcard Press Pick because we share its mission to provide cultural insights and change perceptions through personal travel stories and content that is sure to inspire your next trip.
Here at Postcard Press, we’re big on UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These cultural and natural landmarks can be found all over the world and give visitors a glimpse into the history and traditions of a country and its people.
This Postcard Press Pick focuses on the travel book Border by novelist and poet Kapka Kassabova, which won the Stanford Dolan Travel Book of the Year Award.