Everyone and their mother has a travel blog these days, or at least an Instagram account packed with envy-inducing travel photos a-plenty. With all the travel bloggers/influencers out there, it might be hard to pick which ones to keep up with and which ones to ignore. Here are some of my favorite female travel bloggers and their online presences that are definitely worth checking out. 1. Nadine Rohner Originally from Switzerland and now living and writing in Bali, Indonesia, Nadine Rohner covers all things Bali…Continue Reading “Women Writers to Watch in 2017”

I have always been a huge proponent of taking chances. For one, it makes for way better stories. I’m not talking like Steve-O level stuff, but more like, taking a year off after high school and moving to Guatemala (check), singing karaoke at a bar in Costa Rica when you’re the only non-native Spanish speaker there (check), or staying out all night before your early morning flight and just sleeping on the plane (check times a billion). The latest chance I took is that I…Continue Reading “Why I Ditched My Own College Graduation”

When I was backpacking across Western Europe (Friends references will never get old, that’s a fact), I had some experiences that negated some “advice” I had heard before I went. I’m here to debunk some “Euro myths” about your upcoming Euro trip. (See what I did there? That was funny.) 1. “Hostels are dirty and full of sketchy people who will stab you in your sleep.” I’ve said this before  and I’ll say it again: despite what a lot of people think, hostels are awesome. Everyone loves…Continue Reading “EuroMyth: Common Misconceptions about “Euro Trips” and Why They’re Wrong”