Congratulations, they did it! Someone is approaching their graduation, and you’re looking for meaningful yet not bank-breaking gifts to inspire them for the next phase of their life. If that person is even moderately adventurous, soul searching, and wanderlusty, you are in the right place. The following ten suggestions are Continue Reading
I feel the need to preface this by saying I have nothing against Western countries. I’m American and I am very aware of the privilege that gives me to travel, let alone to have preferences on where I want to go. However, I said what I said. I don’t have Continue Reading
There must be close to a million “A Weekend in NYC” posts out there on the internet, but here’s *DJ Khaled voice* another one. However, this one is designed for my fellow 20-something/college student/young professional girls looking for a one day-ish adventure in the most populous city in the world. Continue Reading
The following is a guest post by my friend Becca Huxley of BeeWanderlust.com, on her Spring Break experience exploring Spain and Portugal. Both Spain and Portugal have been high on my travel list for the longest time because of the amazing culture, food, and warm community vibes I’d always gotten from Continue Reading
The Millennials on the Move series’ goal is to showcase candid interviews of young millennials and the inspiring stories of how they navigate the world despite the many challenges of travel at such a young age. From study abroad to becoming an expat in some of the most remote corners Continue Reading
Most people know Groupon as great site to purchase local deals at significantly reduced prices. Today, I’ll fill you in on if it’s a great site for specifically travel deals. By the way, this is NOT a sponsored post (but does contain some affiliate links). I will be speaking from Continue Reading
My senior year of college I applied to a national scholarship and unexpectedly won, prompting me to Dubai, UAE for 9 months to study abroad.