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What's Your Travel Philosophy?

I met up with a friend recently who travels a lot more often than I do. Naturally, we always talk about travel when we get together: where she has been, where she is planning to go next and who she is going with.  And every single time we have one of those conversations, I’m shocked at how differently we think about travel.  

Six Lessons from Six Weeks of Traveling Solo

In October of 2018, I did something I never in a million years thought I would do: I quit my job without another job lined up. I’ve written several posts about that decision, and the burnout that led up to it. But I haven’t written anything yet about what I learned from the experience I’ve taken to calling my Six Week Sabbatical here on the blog. 

The January Monthly Review

I’m implementing some changes in 2019 with the hope of becoming a slightly more serious blogger... one of which is this monthly review. Because serious bloggers always have monthly reviews of some sort, right? 

2018: The Year in Review

It’s that time again friends... the time of year where I review my resolutions from the prior year and we can all see how badly I failed at everything I resolved to do. So grab your champagne and let’s talk 2018!  

Hitting My Stride In Berlin

Currently, I'm halfway through this Six Week Sabbatical Trip between jobs. True to form, I'm also 2 cities behind on these trip journal posts. But now I'm in Vienna, with a desk and a strong Wifi signal… so I'm catching up.

The Dark Side of Travel Blogging

While this may have started out as a negative topic, it has evolved for me into more of a call for solutions. Everyone is talking about what's wrong with travel blogging, and there is some room for that acknowledgement: but I want to take that a step farther. Let’s brainstorm some ways to shine a light on the dark side of travel blogging.

Hello From a London Laundry Room

Since I’ve been to London a few times before, I decided to bring my laptop this time. I had visions of mornings spent in East London cafes sipping cappuccinos while writing a few blog posts. But old habits die hard, apparently.