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Heading back to…

I have some news I’ve been holding on to for quite some time now. The past few months have put many things on hold, including this long overdue update. Some of you may remember that in the beginning of March, Jacob and I spent a very short couple of days in Amsterdam. That trip was intended to be much longer….

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Anti-Racism Resources from #BlackLivesMatter

Graphic by Stormy Nesbit With so many anti-racism resources from the #blacklivesmatter movement on social media right now, I curated a list of books, films and podcasts that stood out to me. This isn’t meant to be the most comprehensive list out there, nor did I originally plan on sharing it on my blog. It began as notes on my…

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Thinking About Travel

I’ve recently received questions about my travel plans and if I have any trips booked. On any given month I’m typically taking 2-3 trips, so the past few months have been an adjustment. On one hand it’s been eye-opening; a much-needed pause in a hectic schedule of flights and jet lag and sleeping in a new bed every night. It’s…

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Small Business Tools We Use To Be Productive

If you’ve ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of blogging, a significant portion is like any other job. A typical day-to-day involves answering emails, scheduling meetings, project management, content organization, communication with clients and team members, social media, and more. Over time I’ve incorporated a variety of small business tools and programs to keep things on track, whether…

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Books I’ve Been Recommending To Friends Recently

Recently I shared a few books I’d been reading and received a ton of responses. It seems a lot of us are after great book recommendations right now! I’ve always loved reading but when I started traveling more a few years ago, it also became a sense of comfort to me. I started reading in the evenings from airports and…

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Blogging Q&A Vol. 4

Every few weeks I compile the questions you send in about blogging and traveling full-time and I answer them here. As I’m in one place for the foreseeable future (photos shown are from a recent trip to Paris in February), it seemed as good a time as any for the next round in this series. Last time we spoke about…

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Tacos & Guacamole From Sayulita, Mexico

For the past few years, I’ve always brought home a spice from a new destination while traveling. Some favorites include a paprika spice mix from Budapest, Hungary (used in their famous paprika chicken) and local Greek oregano from Mykonos. But our most used spices by far are from Mexico. Chili powder, cumin, cilantro — three spices I’m often craving and…

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8 Incredible Travel Documentaries To Watch Right Now

With a typical 9-5 work schedule, choosing to watch a documentary at the end of the day can be tough. It’s easy to default to something mindless when we want to sit back and relax. But the past few weeks I’ve wanted to feel productive at home, and I’ve frequently been turning to travel documentaries on Netflix. The most common…

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Incorporating More Nature Into Your Travels

You don’t have to be a nature person to appreciate landscapes. Oftentimes the best trips strike a balance between city life and the outdoors. Some destinations allow for this better than others, but I’ve found it’s always possible to incorporate nature travel when in the trip planning process. And while we’re all staying home for the foreseeable future, many of…

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