The hipster’s dream of a sustainable future
A hipster is one who wears jeans and sneakers, listens to rock music and doesn’t like going out.
In short, he’s a casual traveler.
But with the rise of digital technology, the world of casual wear is changing.
The rise of the hipster Hipster is the casual traveler who has a taste for the latest fashion trends and a knack for making his or her own.
It’s also the person who travels the country to find a way to stay out of the traffic.
A new wave of hipster travel has arrived.
For a long time, hipsters were seen as people who didn’t care about travel, said John Boudreaux, the chief executive officer of TravelersGuide.com, a travel marketing firm in New York.
Now, the hipsters are starting to get noticed.
In a recent article for The New York Times, the New York Post and CBS News reported that a record number of millennials are living in cities with the lowest rates of obesity.
In a survey conducted by Travelers Guide, a survey company, millennials who are traveling said they planned to visit as much as 50 cities.
“A lot of people thought the hip urban traveler was just a bunch of guys hanging out in the woods,” said Chris Staggs, a senior marketing director at Travelersguide.com.
“Now it’s actually people who are living their dream lifestyle in cities.
There’s a new generation of people who really are traveling for the same reasons hipsters do.”
A growing number of cities are also embracing hipsters, said Boudereaux, who has traveled to places like Boston, Los Angeles, Chicago, Denver, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco.
At a recent gathering of hipsters at the Hotel New Yorker in New Orleans, he and other travelers wore their “hipster-esque” clothing and said they weren’t looking for fancy hotel rooms.
Some cities are doing more to cater to them, such as New York City, which announced last month that it would create an internship program for hipsters.
While there are more traditional travelers in many cities, many are still staying at home, according to Boudèreaux.
But the trend of hip urban travel is taking off, too.
A hipster travels by car and has no plans to get on a plane.
The hip urban travels in their cars and in their vehicles are often less expensive, and they can go places with ease, such a New York city bus tour, according in a study published in the American Journal of Public Health.
It’s a great opportunity for them to get in a car, have a night in the city and be on their way to an event or a party, said Dan Smith, the president of the Urban Transportation Institute.
“It’s also an opportunity for a lot of them to travel more, to go on vacation, to travel by plane and to have a lot more options for places to stay,” Smith said.
That means they can live in a larger space, such the hip apartment or condo, rather than staying in a smaller apartment.
Another perk of living in a hipster lifestyle is that they don’t have to pay taxes, Smith said, because they can pay rent and utilities.
TravelersGuide also said that it is seeing a surge in the number of people wanting to travel to destinations like Europe.
That includes hipsters who want to explore Europe for vacations, such London and Paris, which are two of the top destinations in the world.
Boudereux said hipsters often go on trips to Europe for the first time and want to know what it’s like, so they can try the local culture and have fun.
This year, he said, he is hoping to travel overseas to see how hipsters live.
He also said he is working on an app that will help hipsters navigate their way around the world, and that it will be available for download later this year.
With more and more people traveling, the industry is starting to catch on, said David Kohn, the vice president of research at TravelsGuide.
Kohn said the growth in hipster tourism is not going unnoticed.
“The hipster movement is growing,” he said.
“People are realizing that this is the way to go.
And it’s growing.”
The hip urban trend is growing at an impressive rate.
According to Travels Guide, there were 1.5 million hipsters in 2013, up from 1.1 million in 2012.
And with a growing population and increasing demand for transportation, the trend is expected to continue, according Travels. More: