Feed Your Wanderlust is a travel blog dedicated to helping you experience our world and live life to the fullest. Wanderlust will especially focus on wellness travel that nourishes the mind, body, and soul. The author, Megan Jicha, believes this type of travel–or really any travel in general–is one of the best ways to discover, grow, and enjoy who you are as a person.
Megan will also go beyond her recommendations and reviews of wellness travel and simply recount her favorite travel experiences: From soul searching in Iceland and bridge climbing in Sydney to awesome pancakes in San Francisco. Megan simply wants Wanderlust to be a place where she can share her stories and hopefully inspire a few people to get out there and explore the world.
Last but not least, Megan will also document the steps she takes to become a travel writer. She hopes sharing these experience will help just one person pursue their passion for travel writing and help them understand that they too can delve into the wonderful, life-affirming world of travel writing.
About the girl, Megan Jicha
Currently residing in Orange County, California, Megan, 26, is a full-time freelance writer–splitting her time between corporate copywriting and travel writing. Her current life goals include: 1) surely and steadily growing Feed Your Wanderlust and her travel writing career, 2) dedicating more time to her yoga practice, 3) visiting at least one new country each year, 4) getting her finances in grown-up-girl order, and 5) continuing to learn how to reduce stress and embrace happiness on a day-to-day basis.
Her favorite travel excursions to date include:
- Camping around Iceland for a month and climbing multiple glaciers
- Camping in the Australian outback
- Climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge
- Playing on the rock slides of Sacsayhuaman
- Hiking, zip-lining, and rafting the Inca Jungle Trek
- Exploring Machu Picchu
- Rope swinging off a sunset cruise boat on a man’s back–in a black dress–in Aruba
- Driving the Pacific Coast Highway
- Eating veggie burgers, window shopping, and relaxing on the beach in Cape May, NJ
- Calling Boston, MA home for over 5 years
- Moving cross country to California