In August I set out to road trip Utah and visit some of the big national parks out there. Utah has 5 beautiful and vastly different national parks. And I’m here to tell you what we did and what I’d do differently next time!
Name a country that A) you hear there are cheap flights to, B) you hear is really freaking awesome, and C) you bet you know at least one person who has been there. Are you thinking Iceland? Because I’m thinking Iceland. I'd say that Iceland is having a moment, but Iceland’s moment is so long, it is having an hour at least. I visited there in October and never wrote a single blog post about it.
But now, I bring you: my trip to Iceland and how you can most definitely make it happen too.
Today we’re going to chat Nashville. I visited back in August and it’s taken me so long to finally sit down and write a post about it. When I told anybody I was visiting Nashville, I was typically met with one of two responses: 1) “Oh I want to go there!” or 2) “Oh my sister’s boyfriend’s (fill in the blank) cousin just had her bachelorette party there!” What I didn’t realize was that Nashville, Tennessee must be on it’s way to the official bachelorette party capital of the world, if it’s not there already.
It's been quite a while since we had a guest post around here, so what do you say we fix that? I've visited New Orleans twice, but this is a post I'm super jazzed about (ahem...). So I would LOVE to introduce Addie and Jeremy - they're going to take us to New Orleans today!
Hi there, we’re Addie and Jeremy Martin, a husband and wife duo who originally hail from New Orleans, though we’ve been spending the last few months traveling through Mexico. Having lived in New Orleans so many years, we’ve been able to take advantage of everything it has to offer, so we’re bringing you a run-down of our favorite places to go and things to do.
Walking tours are a great way to see a city, whether you’re there for a short amount of time or forever. Not everybody loves taking a walking tour - I think it’s too close to the word “tourist” for a lot of people. But how better to get oriented to a city in a relatively short amount of time? But what kind of city tour was my jam - which walking tour would I recommend to my best friend?
So, you’ve found your way onto a cruise. Whether your family is using it as their big get together for the year (hey, me too!) or you found an incredibly cheap last minute deal (um…go you!), you are going to have a fabulous vacation. I have had one or two cruising experiences, but this most recent one was my first as a “grown up.” So I’ve gathered up all of the best cruise tips & tricks I’ve read and experienced to make this as helpful as possible! This was also my first as a self-proclaimed “slow traveler.” Cruises are not the first thing that pops in my mind when I think of slow travel, but you CAN make it a bit more immersive. Look for those special tips with stars down below!
Last up in my social media for travel planning series is a real powerhouse: Pinterest. I was never really a huge fan of Pinterest until I realized the power that it held for travel planning. And today I am here to share some ways that you can make Pinterest travel planning work for you too. Before we go on, you might want to save the other posts in this series for your next travel planning session! Here’s travel planning on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat.
Ah, summertime. Good food. Good beaches. Lots of sunshine. Summer is right up my alley. And this summer my family decided to go on a cruise! A cruise wraps up all of those great things about summer into one nice, tidy package. Today I decided to unpack the best and worsts about our Royal Caribbean cruise (because heaven knows I just finished unpacking my suitcase yesterday…) with an Anthem of the Seas review.