No one travels quite like us at Travelife Magazine. Or writes like us.
And when I say “us,” I mean the Travelife Magazine team.
We have the most fantastic team on ground right now. It’s taken a long time to assemble this great team, but we’re finally there — and it shows in the world-class quality we’ve been putting out for content.
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You can tell when the people behind a travel magazine are just doing it as a job. Or worse, when they’re doing it just to get a load of freebies.
At Travelife Magazine, the leading travel & lifestyle publication, everything is a passion and absolutely nothing is half-baked. Because if there’s a chance of half-baked, I’d rather not do it at all.
|That’s us, all over Travel Club stores this month|
Our contributing editors are among the most serious and passionate travelers this side of the world. They’ve been traveling this same way long before they got involved with Travelife Magazine.
As for me, well, I hope you know enough of my story by now to understand I can walk around a whole lot of great cities with blindfolds on.
People either have the real travel bug — that authentic interest in culture and people, and in understanding what makes the world tick — or not, by the way.
|Travelife Magazine at the beautiful The Siam
in Bangkok two weeks ago
Everyone really gets to travel when they work for Travelife Magazine.
My only conditions are that they do good work and never slack. I never let up even on a 24-7 travel schedule, and I expect everyone else on my team to be as efficient and productive, and creative, if they want to keep living a Travelife.
|Travelife Magazine at the lovely Mount Nelson Hotel
in Cape Town, South Africa, last November 2012
Not everyone can live a Travelife.
Lots of people have fallen by the wayside because we require as much as we give. But for those who are ambitious and able to deliver, living a Travelife has changed their life. And it will continue to do so.
I really believe in the empowering experiences of travel and a never-ending Travelife.
CEIA YLAGAN, Managing Editor
Bali pretty soon
MEG CALIGNER, Marketing Associate
As for me, don’t ask, as it’s a dizzying schedule.
I’ve canceled my Paris trip for now as I’m flying in June anyway. But I still have Japan, Vietnam, Bangkok and India in March.
And a whole lot of other places too numerous to mention in a never-ending, and never-endingly eventful Travelife.