For the past few months my Timehop has been cruelly reminding me of the wonderful time I spent abroad in the summer of 2014. Other than moving to one of the greatest cities in the world (NYC), studying abroad was probably my favorite college experience. Although my schedule would not allow me to attend a full semester I am thankful for the two months I spent living in beautiful Roma and traveling around Europe. Continue reading “Study Abroad: Why You Should Do It and How To Get Through It “
I’ve decided to share with you some of my tips and tricks for traveling on a budget. You will see that taking a trip is not as impossible as it may seem. For starters good deals don’t just fall into your lap, well sometimes, but 90% of the time it requires hours of planning and research. I know it may seem like a lot of work, but when you stay in to save money for travel how else are you suppose to spend your Friday nights?!? Now I’m not by any means claiming to be an expert in trip planning, but I hope that by sharing what I’ve learned from my own experiences I can help you achieve your #travelgoals. So here’s what you need to do.. Continue reading “How To Travel On A Budget”
I did it. I just returned home from my first solo trip, and I have to say it has been one of the best ones thus far. Yes I have traveled by myself many times, but not like this. This was my first trip completely alone. I can’t take all the credit though, I owe a lot of this trips success to the location. Apart from being incredibly gorgeous Iceland is also one of the safest countries in the world (reassuring for a first time solo female traveler). Iceland is now in my top 5 of the countries I’ve visited (so far) and who would have thought. When I told people I was going on this trip I got some strange looks followed by “Why Iceland?” (the same people who have now liked every single photo I have posted on social media).
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