What is a staycation? When I got back to Indiana in January, I knew I’d be here for a while so I started planning some travel themed staycation ideas. If you’re new to the term, a staycation is basically when you curate a vacation in your own city, or in this post, without leaving your […]
6 inspirational women in travel to celebrate on International Women’s Day. Caution: this post will make you want to drop what you’re doing and plan a trip.
When you travel half way across the globe you don’t typically expect to run into people from your hometown. But I met Alexandria in Kampala, Uganda where she is serving as a Peace Corps volunteer after she’d heard my partner and I were from Indiana – our shared hometown. Small world, and getting smaller all […]
My 2020 travel resolutions: what I want to achieve, where I know I’m going, and the unknown travel plans that are sure to come.
2020 is almost here, which means it’s time to reflect on my travel goals I set in January and see how I did! Last year, I set 19 goals for myself related to travel. I ended up meeting 11 of the 19. Many of these misses are due to my partner getting a job in Uganda […]
Morocco was not a place that was on my radar for long before I planned a trip. When a close friend said he needed a vacation, we started exploring flights and found reasonable tickets to Casablanca, and it suddenly became a contender. When a colleague of Dylan’s recommended a tour guide he personally used on […]
This Russian mother talks about trusting the Universe and following your travel dreams, and balancing that with parenthood and employment. Hear it straight from Vera in this Woman of the Week interview.
When you lose your phone in the Sahara Desert, you usually assume it’s gone forever. But that’s not always the case. Here’s the official story.
This Digital Business Owner shares how she fell in love with travel and turned it into a lifestyle.
Welcome back for another Women of the Week interview, this time with a woman from my home town! Taylor and I went to the same high school though we didn’t cross paths much then. We connect when I saw that she’d started a travel blog to share her adventures traveling for work – I knew […]