Holiday Travel Trips

Holiday Travel Tips

The holidays are one of the busiest travel times of the year and whether you are taking some time off for a little vacation or going home to see family there is probably a travel day in your future.  With those busy travel days come the stress of crowds, delays, and other unexpected stressors – lost luggage, forgotten gifts, family…

The Anti-Gift Guide for Travelers

The Anti-Gift Guide for Travelers

So I got about a thousand emails over the weekend about sales and stuff, how about you? It’s a lot. And as much as I love the holidays, there is something about the consumerism that surrounds us during this time of year that rubs me the wrong way. It got me thinking about waste and the planet and eco-responsibility, I…

3 tips for fall camping in California

3 Tips for Fall Camping in California

This post is sponsored by RTIC Coolers, all opinions and experiences are my own. Summer may be over but you can still get out and enjoy the outdoors with some fall camping. There are a few things to consider for the cooler weather when planning your fall camping trip like location, cold weather gear, and good comfort food to keep…

Packing for Nova Scotia in Fall

Packing for Nova Scotia in Fall

When you first think of Canada you might think freezing temps and snow, but fall in Nova Scotia is pretty perfect weather-wise. There’s no need for heavy coats or snow gear, but you definitely want some layers. Temperatures in the fall average around 50 degrees but can get as high as 70 and as low at 30.  When packing for…

20 photos to inspire you to visit Nova Scotia

20 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is a beautiful place and if you need any convincing about its epic scenery then here you go! 20 photos of epic coastlines, colorful buildings, and fall foliage. Have I convinced you to visit Nova Scotia yet? The Coast Nova Scotia is almost entirely surrounded by water so there is a whole lot of coast. The Northumberland Shore…

A Hipster's Road Trip Around Nova Scotia

A Hipster’s Road Trip Around Nova Scotia

Disclosure: I visited Nova Scotia with Destination Eastern And Northumberland Shores. I was not paid for this trip but my lodging, activities, and food were compensated. All opinions and experiences are my own. I love a good road trip. There’s something about driving through small towns, down winding back roads, and past beautiful landscapes that you’d never see otherwise that…

What to do on a layover in Iceland

What to do on a layover in Iceland

We had a 19-hour layover in Iceland, and with 19 hours we weren’t going to stay hanging around the airport. So we got ourselves a car and went adventuring. If you’ve got an extra-long layover or just a short amount of time, you can still experience some of the best things Iceland has to offer. The first thing you’ll need…

20 photos to inspiure you to visit Lake Tahoe

20 Photos to Inspire You To Visit Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe is known for its bright blue water, world class outdoors, and amazing snow sports. The lake sits in the Sierra Nevada Mountains on the boarder of California and Nevada. The state line runs right through the lake in fact. From the mountains down to the lake there is no shortage of beautiful scenery. Emerald Bay Snow Sports Sunsets…