I’ve had the opportunity to drive the Mazda CX-5 before and my feelings about the vehicle have always been positive. But moving to Los Angeles and driving it while I began laying the groundwork for an actual normal life took my impression of the crossover SUV to another level completely. My first week in LA … [Read more…]
Happy Friday everyone! I’m back from my trip to South America and just wanted to share a quick announcement with you — I’m moving to Los Angeles! I’ll be working for an amazing marketing agency that serves clients in the travel industry. As I’ve spent the last few years getting to know the city better … [Read more…]
While most of my travels in recent years have been done solo, my origins as a travel addict are far from solitary. Squeezed in the back of a green minivan with my sister Emma, brother Sean, parents and sometimes even grandma, summer family road trips are what first got me hooked on travel. From the … [Read more…]
After ringing in the New Year with friends in Washington D.C., I kicked off 2016 with a trip to Florida to attend a beach-side wedding in St. Pete Beach on the Gulf Coast. I flew into Orlando, my former home for three years when I worked at Walt Disney World Resort. Since I had to … [Read more…]
Note: The following is a guest post by Michelle Philippon When I first moved to Michigan from Ohio for college, I didn’t really know what to expect besides colder winters and a lack of Buckeye paraphernalia. I soon learned that Michiganders show you where you’re from using their hand—there’s a reason Michigan is called the “Mitten”—and … [Read more…]
Don’t get me wrong – I love theme parks. Afterall, I did sneak in three trips to Disneyland Paris during my year of living in Europe and visiting Disneyland during the 60th anniversary celebration has been one of my travel highlights this year. In fact, I am so obsessed with theme parks that I sometimes pretend my … [Read more…]
Don’t Stop Believing! In today’s Women Who Travel Solo, Charlotte Beeby, a Kiwi living in the United Kingdom, recounts her favorite stories from her solo trip to San Francisco.