Beauty Travel Essentials


Let’s be honest. Traveling can be dirty – whenever I get off of a long flight I always feel like I need to freshen up. In this post I’m going to share some essentials to carry with you to make sure your off-the-plane feeling is as good or better than when you stepped on it! […]

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Guest Post: Packing as a Solo Traveler


If you’re going on a long trip, pack smart! Especially if you are carrying a minimum amount of luggage. First I will share with you my packing list of clothes, then other essential items. All of these are optional but I highly recommend you consider some of these objects in order to travel smoothly and […]

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Hiking Solstice Canyon


Driving north from Los Angeles along the Pacific Coast Highway provides spectacular ocean views. During my time living in California last summer, my boyfriend and I discovered that a desert lies just beyond the hills bordering the PCH. We spent half a day hiking the Solstice Canyon, which is located right off the PCH near […]

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Wanderlusting for Iceland


My blogger bud, Erin, went to Iceland in September of 2015 and hearing her stories made me want to add it to my list. To top it off, I had a layover in Iceland in November and I’ve been thinking about going back. It would be nice to be in Iceland longer than just the […]

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Guest Post: Tips on Solo Traveling in Asia


Do you love traveling but don’t always have a buddy to join you on your adventures? Do you want to challenge yourself, become more independent and meet amazing people from all around the world? If you answered yes to these questions this article is for you! Until a few years ago, traveling the world alone […]

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A Packing List For The Inca Trail


I am not an expert hiker. Before booking a four day trek on the Inca Trail I had only taken day hikes, so when I was preparing for this trip I had a lot of questions about what to pack. My cousin and I traveled to Peru in December which is during their summer and […]

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Guest Post: All About Asia


Our friend Juliette lived in Asia for 9 months and has so many memories of the beautiful continent. In the next few months we will be sharing more of Juliette’s experiences backpacking solo around Asia. We can’t wait to hear her stories! But in the meantime, she put together an amazing video with clips of […]

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6 of the Best Scenic Running Trails in the U.S.


With the new year in full swing, many people are looking for ways to stay fit—including me! And after realizing how much fast food I ate while road tripping across the U.S. last summer (a hamburger and fries set me back 629 calories), I want to start incorporating more exercise while traveling. To get inspired […]

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A Guide to Parisian Neighborhoods


Paris has so many different cute and quaint neighborhoods to explore. In this post you will learn about some of my favorites! Montmartre This adorable town is a short train ride (or long walk) north of the heart of the city and is filled with local artists and tiny cobblestone streets. Montmartre is also home […]

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Paris Tips


After traveling to Paris a few times, I’ve decided to give you some tips to navigate the city! Paris is divided into twenty arrondissements. Every arrondissement, or district, is a little different and has its own feel to it. Fun fact: The number of the arrondissement is indicated by the last two digits in most […]

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Looking Back: Adventures in 2016


2016 was a year to remember. I road-tripped across the country, lived in southern California, cruised my way through Alaska, hiked to Machu Picchu and so much more. I hope you enjoy reading my highlights from each month this year! I would love to hear about your own highlights from 2016–so please comment below! I believe […]

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Christmas Wishes


2016 has been a magical year filled with friends, family, adventure and laughter. With Christmas in just two days, we wanted to wish you all a very Merry Christmas wherever you are in the world! This time of year is a perfect time to reflect on the past 12 months and look forward to new goals […]

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