“How Hiking The Colorado Trail Helped This Mom Find Her Way Back Home” by Emilie Sagle

“How Hiking The Colorado Trail Helped This Mom Find Her Way Back Home” by Emilie Sagle

It’s so early. I’m barely awake at 5:00 AM, yet I’m rolling out of bed.  I had the opportunity to sleep-in; My kids are having a sleepover at my folk’s place for a few nights, so I should be having an especially restful sleep.  But I ‘m feeling a little anxious this morning. Because today’s [...]

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“I got kicked off a train and unexpectedly found myself in Dijon, France” by Ella Kim

“I got kicked off a train and unexpectedly found myself in Dijon, France” by Ella Kim

One of the best trips that I ever took was to Dijon, France, although I was really on my way to Italy. I dreamt of eating homemade pasta by the ocean and taking a gondola ride on the canals but ended up in a city that is known for manufacturing one of the fanciest mustards [...]

Guesthouse Living in Edinburgh

Guesthouse Living in Edinburgh

Guesthouses are little gems in the tourism world. They make you feel at home, even if you're a million miles away.  They're cozy and give you a localised experience, which is exactly what I wanted for a few days in Edinburgh.  I had plans to check in to a hotel to wrap my trip up, [...]

“An East Coast Girl in a Southwest World” by Amanda Alcamo

“An East Coast Girl in a Southwest World” by Amanda Alcamo

Guest #blogger Amanda shares her choice for #snow over sand, and her experience as an #EastCoast girl visiting the #Southwest part of the #USA. #SheGoesGlobal #Travel

Living like a Local in Leeds, England

Living like a Local in Leeds, England

In February, with plans to head back to the states by the end of March, I had about 5 weeks left to explore more of Canada (I was in Montreal), but I was really feeling the need to slow down before beginning the journey home.  The project I worked on in Canada was over and [...]

How I Finance Traveling Full-Time

How I Finance Traveling Full-Time

Originally when I left home in late 2015, my travels were only supposed to last a year. I budgeted for one year- accurately breaking down my budget to $50 a day and swearing to stick to it. What ended up happening was a surprise to me (a former shopoholic)... I repeatedly came under budget. Month [...]

And My Next Stop is…(Country #34)

And My Next Stop is…(Country #34)

I hinted at the Travel Pack Panel a few weeks back that my next stop would be one that I've been holding out for for quite some time- and that country is....drumroll please...ENGLAND! 🇬🇧 This will be my thirty-fourth country- which feels so crazy to say.  I remember when I had a solid goal of [...]