As my 25th year comes to a close, I thought I would take the opportunity to reflect on the past year. It has been incredible! I rang in the new year in Australia, hours earlier than my family and friends in the States. It was my first time truly traveling alone and over the holidays, … More A Quarter of a Century
From Iceland (see previous post), Taylor, Ty, and I took a red-eye flight to the Czech Republic. At the time when we booked it, we thought we’d get 6 hours of rest on the plane (leaving after midnight and arriving after 6AM) but turns out there’s a 2-hour time difference between the two countries. But hey, … More Czech Out Prague
When you travel solo, you get to decide what to see, what to do, and where to eat/drink. Unlike traveling with other people, you don’t have to make any compromises or trade-offs and you get to set the pace for your trip. I’ve always been an independent person, but there’s something to be said for … More Let’s Raleigh!
I couldn’t think of a better way to have spent Columbus Day/Indigenous Peoples’ Day weekend than to road trip to New Mexico for the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta! Once the idea was dreamt up, my friend Skylar and I booked a hotel room, packed our bags, and hit the road. (Yes, we made the 13-hour … More Let’s Get Carried Away 🎈
Iceland is unlike any place I’ve ever seen. It’s an island made up of mountains, glaciers, waterfalls, caves, volcanoes, lava rocks, moss, and more, all within the same amount of space that covers Kentucky. By now, you’ve heard about this amazing country and island; especially if you’re from Kansas City with Icelandair’s launch of non-stop … More Inspired by Iceland
Traveling has always been a part of my life. In fact, I got my first passport before I could even talk or walk and I went on my first international trip when I was just a few months old. My mom says I’ve always been a obedient traveler. People were often surprise to find I … More Where It All Began
Thanks for joining me! “Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter.” — Izaak Walton