Spring has Sprung!
Fuel the Future
We sell and share goods and services in order to fuel projects here in the Southwest US as well as across the country. Some items fund projects that are part of our own BZT Universe network of sites. Others fund the dreams of creative artists, innovators, educators, techs, entrepreneurs, and community leaders that pay attention to their potential impact on the world as much as they do the bottom line. Take a look at our current sales to see what projects we're fueling next!#PurchaseItForward
Love, Leafleur <3
Looking for The Bazaar Traveler's sister-site, Leafleur Magazine? Have no fear: we're reworking everything to better fit our mission and the full site, along with the Thoughts on High podcast, will be available soon! In the meantime, you can visit our placeholder site while we do some Spring Cleaning.Visit Leafleur Magazine
The Bazaar Traveler Trailer
Truck Finley needs a partner (and Beany needs a bathroom)! Jean-Claude the Damn Van is with a new family up in Michigan, so we need a new roaming home and office for our next cross-country roadtrip. Help us get there! (Current sales go toward this project.)
Every purchase on The Bazaar Traveler (including all affiliated sites) goes towards helping someone make their dreams come true. Whether that dream is for their business, their family, their community, themselves, or the world, we provide consultations, products, and services to get these projects and ideas to the next level.
Research & Reviews
We spend a lot of time traveling but we also spend a lot of time researching and reviewing products, services, and experiences so you don't have to - but if you want to, you can leave your thoughts, too! We encourage business owners to endorse each other as much as we hope customers leave feedback for their personal experiences.
Artisan First, then...
This world is filled with some incredibly talented people and we believe they deserve to be credited - and compensated - accordingly. We try to find products that come from artisans first before going with mass-produced options. We also love the creative possibilities of upcycling thrift shop and estate sale finds. Who knows what treasures might be discovered? (Might they be yours?)