Want to get started hiking? Anyone can do it. Follow my tips for success on the trail from a city girl converted.
Besides the holidays, winter is generally considered an off-season for travel. But if you can handle the cold, the crowds are generally lighter and prices cheaper, with many deals to be found.
Content Produced in Partnership with MINDBODY I’ve long documented my struggle with maintaining fitness and nutrition routines while traveling and the effects being on the road 24/7 have had on my body. While it does still nag at me like […]
For anyone born outside of Texas, Texas comes with a lot of stereotypes and to be honest, is the butt of many jokes. Unless you’re from the there, it’s hard to truly understand their intense “Texas Forever” pride (despite being […]
Solo travel is one of the best gifts you can give yourself. And while it may seem uncomfortable at first and push you out of your comfort zone, the activities you try, the people you meet, and the culture you […]
“You know the saying, “Too much of a good thing?” I’m tired of traveling. I know. I cringe even saying it, too. I’ve heard other travel bloggers hint at it and thought, “Travel burn out is just for digital nomads […]
One of the biggest downsides about traveling all the time is the lack of consistency in the lifestyle. While I loathe routine, there’s something to be said about having a regimented diet, exercise, and hell, sleep. While your mind may despise monotony, your body seems to crave it.
I’m not going to sugarcoat it: this year was tough. You likely wouldn’t know it from my stories or my feeds as I tend toward a sunny, glass-half-full disposition (and have a particular persona to maintain), but this year was […]
“I’m famous on the Internet. (Awkwardly long pause). No, not like that, my clothes stay on.”This is me trying to explain what I do to an absolutely awful first date who can’t seem to comprehend any job beyond lawyer, doctor […]