Thanks for stopping by! We’re Jules and Christine.
Travel bloggers, adventure seekers, international volunteers, responsible tourism advocates, vegetarians and full-time digital nomads.
We’ve been traveling the world since 2012 and we want to show you how to do it as well!
We believe that everyone should be able to experience the adventures of travel, regardless of your finances, physical ability, age or experience. No matter your style and interests, there’s always a trip for you waiting around the corner.
You don’t have to spend years traipsing through Latin America or 6 months volunteering in the Philippines (although we highly recommend it), maybe 3 weeks in Southeast Asia is more your style. Or maybe your current situation sees you taking weekend trips from home.
Whether you’re flying to the other side of the world or exploring your own backyard, we’re here to make your next adventure fun, affordable and one that helps you travel responsibly.
So now that we’ve gone through the spiel, you’re probably wondering who the hell we are. Who are we to be such experts on adventure travel, responsible tourism and overseas volunteering?
Put simply… We’ve done a lot of travel and volunteer work over the last 5 years. Between the two of us we’ve traveled through 6 continents, more than 50 countries and worked with dozens of local communities!
Way back before we’d even met, we both completed degrees in International Studies and embarked on long solo trips through Latin America. So it was only destiny that we found each other while volunteering through Peru in early 2012.
It was in the small coastal town of Pisco that we combined our love for travel and community development work with our newly found love for each other. We were a dream team waiting to happen!
Since that fateful encounter back in 2012 we’ve been traveling around the globe, volunteering in non-profits and sharing our experiences with the world through Don’t Forget To Move. From exploring private Caribbean paradises in the Corn Islands and cruising through Cuba, to volunteering with marginalized women’s groups in Mexico and helping create livelihood programs in Tacloban after typhoon Haiyan. We’ve done it all, and now we want to show you how you can to!