Hey guys! It’s been a while since I’ve hosted a Blogger Spotlight around these parts, which is why I’m so excited to introduce Danielle of The Wild Trek Experience! Danielle is a 22-year old native New Yorker who’s done … Read the rest
After two years of travel, I was convinced I would never find a job. I had no idea of what I wanted to do, and I only had a few college internships on my CV. Who would ever hire me?… Read the rest
Do you ever do something scary just to prove to yourself that you’re brave? That’s what my solo weekend in Seattle was- a personal challenge.
While I’ve traveled solo to 12 countries in Europe and Asia, I’d never traveled solo … Read the rest
Since starting this blog I’ve wanted to write about the best books to read before heading to Paris. So here it finally is- my top ten favorite books about France. It’s taken me many years and Amazon orders … Read the rest
Since I moved to Denver, I’ve been posting monthly updates about the ups and downs of life out west: check out month 1, months 2&3, months 4&5, month 6, months 7&8 and month 9 here. Most … Read the rest
Want to know something surprising? In the last year I’ve gone on not one, but two business trips. Yes, me, the girl who used to live out of a backpack and thought air-conditioned hostel dorms were luxurious.
In addition to … Read the rest
As many of you know, I’ve spent months, if not years, living out of a backpack. By the end of my year-long RTW trip, I had gotten packing down to a science and could pack and repack in thirty seconds … Read the rest
Since moving back to the states, I’ve met many people who have never traveled overseas. There are plenty of reasons for this; some people have no interest, some people don’t see it as a priority and for some people it’s … Read the rest
Even though this was my fourth time packing for a trip to Europe, I am still learning how to not over pack and what to bring that is stylish but functional.
In the past, I was the girl that forked … Read the rest
As senior year of college was winding down, I frantically began to send out resumes and try to figure out what on earth I was going to do with my life and my degree in International Studies.
While I … Read the rest