Travel

Getting a Second Chance

Before every trip, I often find myself daydreaming about how it's going to pan out. The trips of my imagination are filled with laughter, crystal clear photography, and memories my boyfriend and I will cherish for the rest of our lives. This time, though, we began our journey and things started taking a turn for… Continue reading Getting a Second Chance

Travel

The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Packing

When it comes to fashion, I'm a pretty simple gal. I wear what's comfortable while looking presentable. I used to care a lot about what I looked like, but I've hit a point in my life where I realized it's just not that important to me anymore. I try to stick to a similar, if… Continue reading The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Packing

Travel

Do You Ask For Permission to Recline Your Seat on a Plane?

I never knew it was a topic that was up for debate. I thought it was pretty simple: when the pilot allows, we all have a right to carefully recline our seats to enjoy whatever comfort we can get out of an airplane seat. If you're anything like me, I'm about to shock you all.… Continue reading Do You Ask For Permission to Recline Your Seat on a Plane?

West Coast

How to Cope When Nothing Goes to Plan

I'll be the first to say I'm not always the most easygoing person. I'm definitely laid back, but I take my traveling seriously, and if I don't get to do what I planned, I get a bit antsy. Last week my boyfriend and I got back from California after a long weekend. Our plan was to… Continue reading How to Cope When Nothing Goes to Plan

Tips

Get the Best Bang for Your Buck: Best Flight Edition

In the travel world, a major concern is cheap airfare. Questions about finding the cheapest flights to a desired destination swirl in travelers' heads. How do I get the best price? What day is the best day to buy? What day is the best day to fly? Is a connecting flight worth it? You get… Continue reading Get the Best Bang for Your Buck: Best Flight Edition

The Americas

3 Life Lessons from a Weekend in Toronto

Even if no one’s coming, do not cross the street on a red light.  When you’re finished eating dinner at a restaurant, feel free to sit and chat as long as you’d like. Walk slowly through the streets and take in the sights. These are just a few of the things that I learned from… Continue reading 3 Life Lessons from a Weekend in Toronto

Money, Tips

How to Save Enough Money to Travel Around the World

Every time I tell a friend or coworker I’m going off on another adventure, I get the same reaction: “Where do you get all this money from?!” Let me assure you, my family is not rich, nor am I. My parents do not pay for my trips. I don’t have a side hustle that earns… Continue reading How to Save Enough Money to Travel Around the World

Random thoughts, Southern charm, United States

Should You Visit A Place More Than Once?

I leave for a trip to a place I've never been, explore sights I've never seen, and meet people much different than I. I return home with fond memories of my experience, souvenirs with the location's name displayed in all its glory, and stories I will remember until my time on this earth runs out.… Continue reading Should You Visit A Place More Than Once?

One Degree, No Common Sense, Southern charm

One Degree, No Common Sense: Comfort Over Style

If there's one thing I learned from traveling, it's that my common sense is sometimes lacking. I've decided to start up a little segment so other people can learn from my mistakes. The first installment: comfort over style. I consider myself a very smart individual. I'm not a genius, but I certainly believe I'm above… Continue reading One Degree, No Common Sense: Comfort Over Style