10 Times I Realized my heart belonged to travel...
If you're looking for a solution to overpacking when traveling, one of the easiest switches you can do is to pack smaller versions of your everyday items.
I was excited when Stowaway reached out to me to try their travel-sized makeup because I'm always looking for new ways to pack smarter.
Driving the California coast is out of this world. With spectacular ocean views, winding coastline, and landscapes changing from beach-y to desert to forest to wineland, there is so much to see and do as you explore the California coast.
We hit the PCH (Pacific Coast Highway) eaaaarly in the morning with the intention that we'd stop in Santa Barbara on the way back. It was a LOT of driving but still plenty of fun.
If you're looking to do a similar drive yourself I'd recommend spending the night up north to allow yourself more time for stops along the way.
It Was My Birthday (Lessons From a 20-Something Travel Girl)
I celebrated my 26th birthday (?!?!) a few days ago, and while I'm still technically young (though the age 26 makes me feel old AF), I've picked up a few things along these past few years that I feel contribute to living a positive, fulfilled life whether I am at home or traveling and I hope you find them helpful too.
When you're your best self, you're in a positive state which contributes to living your best life.
You're more well-rested. Healthier. Happier. You're more likely to prioritize your goals and get things done!
Here are 12 tips I have for anything related from self-development, to positivity, creativity, and travel:
This spring, I flew from California to Bali for only $5.60. That's not a typo - almost 24 hours of travel (three flights in total) for five bucks.
We all want to know each other’s secrets to finding the best cheap flights.
After all, the less you spend getting to your destination, the more you'll have for fun activities, trying cool restaurants, and maybe even extending your trip.
In this post I'm going to first share the best websites for landing cheap flights, and then discuss the "art" of "travel hacking," which is how I scored that $5.60 flight.