Matt Hershberger

Matt is a writer and blogger based in New Jersey, who has lived in London, Buenos Aires, DC, and Beijing. His hobbies include profanity, Scotch consumption, and human rights activism. He writes on travel, politics, and global citizenship at Fellow Travelers. You can follow him on Facebook here, or check out his other work here.

10 endangered animals to see (and save) before they’re gone

The best tools for coping with depression while traveling abroad

How a blind man became one of the most prolific travelers of all time

7 tips for overcoming social awkwardness and meeting people when traveling alone

These are the ways you’re most likely to die while traveling

The founding mothers of the solo female travel movement

How every bridge in the world got covered in ‘love locks’ (and why it has to stop)

The most important rule in travel writing: “Show, don’t sell.”

Why “mindful travel” is going to be the next big thing

How to be a better global citizen in 2018

4 comic books every traveler will love

Why the holidays are the best time to see a big city

In order to be better global citizens, do we need to start traveling less?

Want to raise a girl who travels? Show her Moana.

The next time you travel, don’t take any pictures

9 things I wish I knew before traveling to London

Charities travelers will want to check out on Giving Tuesday

17 practical gift ideas for the traveler in your life

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