Since we last talked, I chopped off my hair… WordPress, it’s been far too long since I let my fingers strike a keyboard for the purpose of writing down my selfish thoughts, so here you go, because I know you’ve … Continue reading
Seattle is (at the moment) my most favorite city in the US. It’s got so much going on yet its not too big or overwhelming. Plus just five minutes away from the city you’ll find wilderness galore for you to … Continue reading
Favorite Pun: (Really though, this one gets me every time.) Favorite Karlism: (If you’ve never watched an idiot abroad its time to start. Because he really makes me giggle.) Favorite Family Photo: (My family is super cute. I know.) Favorite … Continue reading
I was invited by Caity from Where The Heart Is to create a post about my writing process. Its basically a chain type of a post… and I was definitely supposed to do it over a month ago! BUT better … Continue reading
Favorite Charity : Sevenly (Seriously. Check it out, buy a shirt. You won’t be sorry.) Favorite Travel Search Tool: Skyscanner (Use it for your one stop search!) Favorite YA Series: (If you’re not already on the HP train its time … Continue reading
Favorite Blog : Girl vs Globe Favorite Quote : Favorite Shirt (Target) : Favorite Memory (Epcot 2012) : Favorite Travel Tour Company (Ireland 2013) : Contiki Happy Friday!
Well its official, I think you can call me the worlds worst blogger due to the fact that I disappeared for over 2 months without any rhyme or reason. So firstly, I would like to apologize to those of you … Continue reading
Cambridge is the perfect weekend getaway, so pack your bags and head to this historic college town!
After falling in love with England these past few months I was ever so reluctant to leave. But without the proper visas and things of that nature the time came and I had to return home. I got home just … Continue reading
1. Coming to the realization that you’re stuck in a routine filled life. Then convincing yourself that the only thing that will make you happy again is leaving everything behind to travel somewhere, anywhere.