Filling the Time Void on The Travel Trail

When you are on the travel trail, there is seemingly no end to the amount of free time. You don’t have a full time job that takes up every free minute of the day (or maybe you do), you have to fill the time void with something.

Chess. Twitter. Paperback books. Your Kindle. An iPod. An iPad. Party Poker. Angry Birds. Journaling. Facebook. YouTube. Blogging. Swimming and sun bathing (if you’re near a beach). Hacky sack. The list goes on and on.

When you’re traveling, you have LOTS of free time. What do you fill it with?

** photo via madnessmomandme.com

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Drew Meyers

Drew Meyers is the co-founder of Horizon & Oh Hey World. He worked for Zillow from September of 2005 to January of 2010 on the marketing team managing Zillow’s API program and various online partnerships. Founder of Geek Estate Blog, a multi-author blog focused on real estate technology for real estate professionals, and myKRO.org, a blog devoted to exploring the world of microfinance. As passionate as you get about travel.

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