How To Travel More (and Better)

Virtual. Register here.

Travel can be mind-expanding, liberating, inspiring, and life-changing—but it can also be time-consuming, expensive, confusing, and stressful. In this virtual presentation, world-traveler and author Colin Wright will talk about his experiences traveling the world full-time, how to think about travel as a concept, how to work more of it into any lifestyle, and will share resources to help you make your travel ambitions a reality. Wright has written a few dozen books, hosts a trio of podcasts, and speaks to audiences around the world on a variety of subjects. He started traveling full-time in 2009, living out of a carry-on bag while his readers voted on which country he would move to next, every four months. He's since visited more than 60 countries and all 48 contiguous United States (at least three times apiece). He currently lives in Milwaukee, where he has a home base from which to travel.

Hosted by the Tewksbury Public Library in partnership with Wayland and several other MA Libraries.

RECORDING NOTE: This program will be recorded. All registrants will receive the recording via email within 24 hours of the program.

Thursday Feb 1, 2024
7:00 PM  -  7:00 PM
Courtney Michael    508-358-2311