Your go-to guide for a first time visit to La Paz, Mexico, a charming ocean-side city in the desert south of Baja Mexico.
When you hear the word “camping” you probably picture being outdoors in nature, disconnecting from technology but nowadays, many campsites are more equipped for modern technologies like wifi and motorhome hookups than for actually escaping into nature. Rachel, from VerdeVeras, is trying to change all of that and get back to basics, closer to the […]
Who doesn’t love a good travel quote? Whether you need it for inspiration, motivation, or even an instagram caption, there’s something about a string of words that captures the intensity of travel in all its many flavors we can’t seem to get enough of. After mourning a lack of travel throughout the pandemic, I have […]
Tucked in the northeast corner of Indiana along the shores of Lake James and Snow Lake, Pokagon State Park offers a winter adventure that I’ve been hearing about since I was a child – a 1,780 foot refrigerated toboggan run. This winter of 2021, I finally I managed a visit with my mom and her […]
How old were you when you made your first bucket list? Do you remember? I must have been around 14 when I wrote my first draft. I had just watched The Bucket List, a movie with Morgan Freeman about a dying man aiming to check off the items left on his own list. I remember […]
Stop what you’re doing, get out your bucket lists and add “visit the Bottleworks District in Indianapolis” to your list. You can thank me later. I had the chance to tour the Bottleworks District last week to see the completed projects of the last few years: The Bottleworks Hotel, The Garage (a food hall) and […]
Meet the two best friends who are changing the travel industry, for good.
I’m back with an interview I’m so excited to share. I met Teja on the Horizon through the internet, which seems an increasingly common statement of mine since I started blogging. I’ve been following Teja on twitter for a while and saw so many tweets that really resonated with me. I knew I wanted to […]
You could claim that “Indiana” is basically synonymous with “farming” and I wouldn’t really debate you. Of course, there is so much more to this state than just farms, but as a born and raised Hoosier* I can assure you there are an abundance of farms to choose from which you literally cannot miss if […]
I’ve grown up in Indiana my whole life and I’ve been blogging about sustainable travel for over three years now. It seemed well overdue to put together an eco-friendly guide to Indiana. Our mayor created the Office of Sustainability back in 2008 with the hopes of turning Indianapolis into a hotspot for sustainability in the […]