4 Things Every Flight Attendant Wants You To Know
Jun20

4 Things Every Flight Attendant Wants You To Know

My good friend (& London neighbor!) Corey from Learning Patience is one of those people who can strike up a chat with anyone. Below is her post on how she used her magic gabbing powers to get some insider tips about the secret lives of flight attendants! PS, today is her birthday, so go wish her well!   I’m one of those crazy people that loves flying. I think it’s the thrill of heading into uncharted areas of the...

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2016:  The Year of Saving Money and Traveling
Dec31

2016:  The Year of Saving Money and Traveling

You must think I’m kidding. How can I possibly have a year of saving cash while also enjoying my job and free time as a traveler? It’s one of my biggest goals for the coming year. Alongside my Skillshare class about content organization, I’m working my buns off to maintain an exciting calendar of trips while hopefully ramping up my presence as a travel pro. It’s a thrilling time and I honestly can’t wait to get back into the groove...

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These Are a Few of My Favorite Things: A Traveler’s Gift Guide
Dec18

These Are a Few of My Favorite Things: A Traveler’s Gift Guide

Jabra Sports Coach Wireless Headset My iPhone earbuds just are not cutting it these days. If I’m on the plane or simply walking through London parks in the afternoon, I grew tired of constantly adjusting them and having buds fall out of my ears. I also have a few New Year goals about getting more active and exploring every neighborhood in London. These Jabra Sports Coach earbuds have been a game changer. Not only are they wireless,...

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Fresh baked goods in London and Boston: Better than Paris?
Dec04

Fresh baked goods in London and Boston: Better than Paris?

Sweets. It’s a horrible habit, but give me a bowl of ice cream or a just baked pastry any day over a big savory meal. I practically judge new destinations based just on how good the desserts are in the area. This is why France wasn’t always my favorite place in the world, but it made up for a little stuffiness with incredible eats. Although I haven’t made it back to Paris since we moved over to London, I hope to visit as soon as the...

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10 Modern Travel Songs to Inspire Wanderlust
Nov25

10 Modern Travel Songs to Inspire Wanderlust

If I knew half the stuff I used to know about music when I was a DJ in college, I’d be one really cool 30-year-old. My tastes are somewhat stuck in the early 2000s, but those are where my first real memories of adventure and began. I used to write this travel blog with a song at the end of every post in the early days. These are all travel songs that mean something profound, whether they literally talk about skipping town or...

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A Love Letter to Jose
Nov12

A Love Letter to Jose

This has been in my drafts for a long time. Now seems like the perfect moment to finally share. The first love of my life was Jose. We found each other when I was 22-years old. Fresh out of college, I felt excited about the future. Although I had to temporarily move back home, I couldn’t wait to get the first taste of freedom and being on my own. We first met at a firefighter’s home in the backyard. He was quiet and...

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