My Solo Trip to Sweden.
Solo travel isn’t for everyone. But it should be. I believe that everyone should travel alone at least once in their life. My first solo trip was in 2017.
So You Want To Be A Travel Writer?
Five years ago when I originally decided that I wanted to be a travel writer I had that romantic notion of getting paid to travel the world and write about it.
Surprise Trip to Los Cabos Mexico
Back to all On a random weekend in February I took a surprise trip to Los Cabos, Mexico. I wrote a few articles back about living an entrepreneur lifestyle, one of the main reasons I quit my 9-to-5 was so that I would have the ability to go on a spur of the moment trip […]
What it Means to Live the Entrepreneur Lifestyle
The entrepreneur lifestyle means so many things. It means working on Sundays or holidays. It means sitting in boring tax seminars in Las Vegas when you’d rather be at the pool. It means constant travel, meetings, funding, saying yes when you want to say no.
A Special Place Called Sedona
Back to all I lived in Phoenix, Arizona for two years. It wasn’t a great experience, it wasn’t a bad experience. It was a necessary experience. Moving from LA to Phoenix, alone, no job, not knowing a single person in the entire state was what I needed to do to grow up. I still lived […]
We love to travel so we started a travel company.
Back to all What do you do when you love to travel? Start a travel company! Once upon a time there were three girls. One from Utah. One from Missouri. One from California. Two were related. Two were friends. Two barely knew each other at all. One loved sports. One loved to shop. One loved […]
Finding Peace and Happiness in Thailand
Back to all Finding peace and happiness in Thailand wasn’t something that I expected. Thailand had never been high on my WonderList. In fact, it wasn’t on my list at all. My cousin became obsessed with the Phi Phi Islands and so our company planned a group trip to Thailand. We don’t usually take groups to places we’ve […]
3 Days In Rotterdam
Back to all When you think of The Netherlands your mind automatically goes toward Amsterdam. However, if you fail to visit this sister city just an hour train ride from the more well known capital you are missing out. Rotterdam is surprisingly easy to navigate by train, car or foot. Day 1 — I usually spend […]
Love of Travel
Back to all When you discover your love of travel you soon realize that you don’t much care where you go. But when you have an opportunity to go, you go! People who don’t have the same love of travel don’t understand that. They often hit you with the questions like, “Where are you going […]
Running Away From Home
Back to all Who said running away from home is only for kids? When I was in the 4th grade I ran away from home. I only made it one block. I now have the resources to make it a little further, but guilt and responsibility have kept me put. I was thinking today, as […]