An Open Letter to Travel

Bahamas picture

Dear Travel, I’ve been stalking you again. This makes the fifth time today—and I haven’t even had breakfast yet. I’ve had this happy addiction for a while now and it shows no signs of letting up. I’m certain of it—so certain that I’ve diagnosed myself with a permanent incurable itch called wanderlust. Everyone around me […]

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What Traveling Solo Taught Me

Solo female travel

There’s a lesson in everything—you’ve heard this before from your parents, their parents or some motivational quote you saw on Pinterest. Every moment in our lives—every experience reveals something about you, someone else, or the world. My solo trip to Europe taught me things. I couldn’t quite put my finger on exactly what those things […]

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Barcelona. 48 Hours. Let’s Go!

Barcelona travel

You can get to Barcelona from Madrid pretty quickly by plane or train–but you’re gonna’ pay for it. I chose the most affordable way–a seven hour bus ride on ALSA, which cost €32 for a one-way ticket ($43). Now that I think back on the bus ride though–I would not recommend it for people like […]

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I Went to Europe…Solo!

Madrid travel

I am obsessed with traveling. I crave it like a foodie craves flavor. I had been watching flight prices fluctuate for three months before I finally closed my eyes, held my breath and booked my ticket to Spain for my 26th birthday. I love adventures (even though I always get nervous as hell!) and this just […]

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Maui and How My Wanderlust Grew


I fell in love with Maui while I was visiting a good friend from college. Maui made me think about things, the deep things. Not your typical “what am I going to do this Friday?” kind of thing. Nope-I’m talking about the “what is my purpose in life?” total meltdown. I can’t be the only one who has that […]

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