Are you stuck in a travel rut? Here’s how to fix it! Here are the most common excuses reasons I hear from those who don’t travel: 1) I don’t have time Here in the United States we are obsessed with our jobs. We work, work, work, work, work (Rihanna even sang a song about it 😉
In many cases, flights are the most expensive part of traveling, especially if you are traveling as a family or traveling internationally. I am ALWAYS on the hunt for cheap airline tickets so when a friend told me about Skyscanner, I looked it up immediately. Since then, I have used Skyscanner as the starting point
Prior to our arrival in Mykonos, we heard stories of how crazy the town could get with all night partying. But as soon as we arrived in Mykonos Town, it is clear this island has more to offer than debauchery (although we indulged in that as well). The energy of the crowd matches the vibrant
Y’all, if there is one place that should be on your travel list, it is Santorini. The island is B-E-A-UTIFUL. We took a girl’s trip to this island and I think we cried actual tears when we boarded the ferry to leave (but we were heading to Mykonos so we didn’t cry for too long).
Welcome to my Travel Blog! Travel is a huge passion of mine. I am fascinated by travel bloggers that quit their jobs and travel the world. The ‘quitting my job’ part isn’t a reality for me right now or most of you (I assume). However, you CAN still go on adventures and check off bucket