How to become a digital nomad

How To Become A Digital Nomad

Getting to travel the world while still making money seems like the dream right? With the rise in location independent jobs as long as you’ve got a laptop, cellphone, and internet connection it’s easier than ever to live that dream. Instagram may make it seem like its all poolside work sessions scattered among exciting adventures, but a lot more goes…

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A Guide to Tahoe Ski Resorts

A Guide to Tahoe Ski Resorts

There are 14 ski resorts in the Tahoe area! 14! That is a ton of rideable terrain! Tahoe really is a winter sports paradise. Each resort around the lake has its own specialties and charm, and no matter your skill level from beginner to expert there is perfect terrain for you. Resorts by experience level Beginners: Boreal, Tahoe Donner, Donner…

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The Many Murals of Nashville

The Many Murals of Nashville

I was so pleasantly surprised by the amount of awesome murals in Nashville. I love street art, public art, murals, whatever you want to call it, I’ve always thought it makes cities a little more fun and inviting and just colorful! Nashville has a few pretty famous murals including “What Lifts You” or The Wings, and “I Believe in Nashville”,…

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Top five honeymoon destinations

The Top Five Honeymoon Destinations

It was Valentine’s Day yesterday and I’m still feeling romantic. Having gotten married last year it got me thinking about honeymoons. Rob and I did not actually take a honeymoon after our wedding, but we like to joke that our whole life is a honeymoon! Just kidding, I don’t actually remember the last time we took a trip without working,…

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Packing for Winter in Nashville

Packing for Winter in Nashville

Nashville is quickly becoming a popular destination and it’s easy to see why, it’s famous music scene, new hip bars and restaurants, and it’s unique and trendy vibes are all big draws. While the spring and summer months are the most popular time to visit, Nashville is a great city year round and the winter months around Christmas time are…

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Glamping at Lake Bled

Glamping at Lake Bled

This isn’t your usual camping trip, glamping in Lake Bled means cutesy A-frame cabins in the forest that fit in perfectly with the fairytale-like scenery. We stayed in Lake Bled for 3 days and 2 nights at the Camping Bled in the Gozdne vile Glamping cabins. The campground itself is quite large and in the summertime is full of tents…

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A Night Out in Golden Gai

A Night Out in Golden Gai

Golden Gai is a tiny little area in downtown Tokyo near the Shinjuku metro station. When the rest of Tokyo was being built up after the war this neighborhood of six alleyways decided to remain the same, making a sort a time warp of an area. The area is known for its nightlife and mainly it’s teeny tiny little bar…

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2019 Travel Plans

2019 Travel Plans

It’s a new year! I hope yours is off to a great start! I’ve had the gears in my brain turning about where I want to go this year, and I’ve got a couple of ideas. But first I just want to say I’m pretty stoked to have gone to three out of the five destinations from last years list!…

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New Year's in the National Parks

New Year’s in the National Parks

Can you believe that is practically New Year’s?!? It feels like 2018 has just flown by! If you are looking for a fun a unique way to ring in the new year, ditch the heels and sparkly dress and head out into the wilderness. A couple years ago I spent New Years weekend enjoying nature in two of California’s amazing…

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My Favorite Winter Travel Beauty Products

My Favorite Winter Travel Beauty Products

It’s December and that means there is probably some holiday travel or a ski trip in your future, I know I’ve got both on the horizon. So I wanted to share a few of my favorite beauty products that I’ll be packing in my toiletry bag. After a long flight or car ride having a few specific things in my…

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