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Traveling? Here you can find tips and tricks on the best way to travel.

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Travel Apps

Check out the best travel apps to use.

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Here you will find my reviews on hotels, restaurants, places and food.

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Free Travel Money/Credits

Here you will find posts on free money and credits you can get through referrals.

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Latest Posts

How I made 1,000+ followers in a month (you can too!) 

February 6, 2017 | No Comments

I’ve been a travel blogger for about 3 years now, and I never took interest in growing my following on social media platforms until a few months ago. It was November 2016 to be exact and I remember thinking to myself,  today I am going to grow my social media.  I decided to start with Instagram […]

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Weekend Trip | Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

January 28, 2017 | No Comments

Have you ever been on a road trip and thought to yourself, today I am going to take a detour! and actually followed through? No?  Yeah I didn’t think so… First of I don’t think people plan on taking a detour,  unless you’re like me and have been on the same road trip about 50 times. After those […]

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5 Great Mural Spots in Orlando

January 23, 2017 | No Comments

I won’t deny it, I am a huge fan of selfies with murals in the background. As a photographer, I love taking photos of beautiful, colorful backgrounds, but I am also a huge social media nerd, which means that I MUST have amazing photos with me in it (to make other people jealous – not […]

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Where to Stay in Miami on a Budget

January 19, 2017 | No Comments

Something that I am very thankful for is the fact that I NEVER have to pay for a hotel in Miami. My parents, my friends and even my sibling still lives there, which is why it is pointless for me to need a hotel. Since I don’t spend money on hotels and I have family […]

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A Very Bavarian Christmas | Mini Guide to Helen, Georgia

January 10, 2017 | No Comments

Christmas has come and gone just as fast as my money (I always seem to be broke after the holidays). However, this year was a really great Christmas! Not only was it my first Christmas as a married woman, but it was also the first Christmas trip with the hubby. For our first Christmas trip, we […]

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Travel Hacking 2017

December 29, 2016 | No Comments

If you’re in the same boat as me, then you work a 9 to 5 full-time job. This equals to 40 hours a week,  every single week. The only breaks you get are the weekends, holidays and any accrued days off you get (unless you work for a company that is amazing and gives you […]

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My New Found Swedish Candy Obsession

December 27, 2016 | No Comments

Every year, I join the Reddit Gift Exchange and become someone’s Secret Santa. This year, I decided to opt in to send a gift internationally and in return receive a gift from someone in another country. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but then again that is what Secret Santa is all about, right? Well, […]

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Christmas Gift Guide for the Clueless

December 12, 2016 | No Comments

I won’t lie,  I’ve been having trouble finding the perfect gift for my husband. It’s not that I don’t know him well enough, but the man has everything he’s wanted. He wanted a drone and he got a drone,  he wanted a new phone and he got a new phone…Although, he’s given me a list […]

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How I Traveled the World Without Leaving the Country

November 29, 2016 | No Comments

One of the benefits of working in a company with a work-life balance is that I didn’t have to go to work for four days straight.  I had four days to explore and be a total tourist in the current city that I live in!   Okay, so I didn’t do much on Thanksgiving, except […]

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Quitting Your Job to Travel: Interview with Zak Davis

November 19, 2016 | No Comments

Travel blogger Zak Davis and his wife, Liz decided to quit their jobs, sell their stuff, and spend a year traveling the world. Now after being six months on the road, Zak shares how they’re able to afford their journey abroad after quitting their jobs, and what they would have done differently. Travel Junkie: Why did you quit and decide […]

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