One aspect I want to hone in on is the pressure and shaming that takes place when it comes to travel.
This year, I want to take a new approach with my blog and be more intentional.
Like every other year, this one went by suspiciously fast. These are my favorite moments.
My favorite photos from this year’s travels are ones I love for a variety of reasons.
Overall, it was a great travel year for me.
My latest question to ponder on this blog of mine: is social media helping or hurting travel?
I thought I’d share some thoughts on how to plan for that 2019 vacation.
A friend recently pointed out that I’m likely harder to please with tourist attractions because I’ve traveled so much.
I’ve had some interesting experiences at airports over the years.
My recent fall trip to Toronto made me think about where else I’ve experienced my favorite season.
During my recent work trip to San Diego, I came across a few places that I immediately loved.
I recently read a New York Times article that made me think about my blogging, which I consider to be a hobby.
"To be able to see and know why and how people live the way they do in different parts of the world is a rush."
"Every time you check off one bucket list item, you discover five more to add."
"The travel bug is real. Once you start seeing the world from a new perspective, it's difficult to stop."
"I enjoy discovering new cultures and cuisines, embracing the country’s history and connecting with genuine people."
"You always learn something new, not only about a destination but about yourself."
"The people you see and admire for jet setting all over the world aren’t the chosen few, they just chose to live this life, and so can you!"