Wednesday Women: Alaska

Meet Alaska Rue. Hi there! I’m Alaska Rue, a typical millennial that just didn’t want to get a full-time job straight out of university. I’m in the jack-of-all-trades breed of humanity, and I’m the master of none (yet)! As a quasi-digital nomad, a self-published author in her early beginnings, a travel blogger/vlogger, and a book…

Walk With Me: Chicago

WTF?! Can you believe I have never done a Walk With Me: Chicago??? Thats kind of crazy. Chicago is so beautiful and I feel so lucky to call it home (sometimes). Here is a collection of photos from my year in Chicago. I need to take more, but this will have to do for now. With…

Making Your Dollar Stretch in Europe

People ask me all the time “How can you travel so much?”, “Where can I find cheap flights?”, “What do I need to do to be able to travel as much as you do?”. While most just assume I have a sugar daddy somewhere, unfortunately I don’t haha. So I decided to make this list as…

Red Rock Canyon

After a weekend of Vegas Strip life, it was nice to wind down and drive to Red Rock Canyon. I went with a few friends and enjoyed endless laughs as we hiked our way to the top. I would recommend hiking, as you get a better view of the canyon and a great excercise to…

Milan, Italy

I will try my best to be as neutral as possible when telling you about Milan. But, I did live here, so its a little hard to not be biased. I love Milan. haha. Milan maintains its connections with ancient Italy by preserving its  respect for traditions all while welcoming new ones. Its a great…

Traveling with Scoliosis

Ciao, Before I dive into the tips about traveling with scoliosis. I feel as though I should tell you a bit more about me and my health. I was diagnosed with scoliosis about 11 years ago and had two high degree curves which resulted in me needing to have a corrective surgery. While my posture…

Paris, France

Bonjour mon ami! Welcome to the City of Lights, City of Love, City of my home for the week! In comparison to my arrival in Vienna, I felt much more at home once I landed at Charles De Gualle Airport. Which I took as sign that this trip would surpass any expectations I had for…

Amsterdam, Netherlands

I’m not going to lie, I was a bit skeptical about visiting Amsterdam. I thought that it was just a cannabis paradise without much to offer besides that. Was I wrong? Yes. I was pleasantly surprised by the large amount of museums the city was home to, as well as the often changing yet aesthetically…

Toronto, Canada

Welcome to the 6! Now where is Drake & all his woes??? Seriously, where are they? Well until they get here I’ll just wait for my “woe” to arrive. This was my first time flying across borders alone, and a little apprehensive at first, but all in all it wasn’t so bad. I arrived at YYZ around…

A week in Courmayeur

Before officially moving to Milan, I will be spending a week in between Courmayeur and Mont Blanc. Its located in Northern Italy, and is about an hour away from the France and Switzerland border. A lot of Milanese families own homes here and often spend their weekends in the north to enjoy the winter festivities…

What They Don’t​ Tell You About Traveling

This shit is exhausting. Like, seriously. You don’t hear that though. You just hear about the places and the cool things that happened there. What travelers don’t tell you is that the actual traveling part sucks. It’s time to call BS. I travel for work and leisure. My job is sending me to 5 different states…

Birthday in Cancun 

It’s my birthdayyyyyy, I can fly to Cancun if I want to! It’s only right to celebrate your birthday in Cancun at a 5-star resort! Because where else would I spend my birthday? Don’t answer that. I travel a lot. But rarely do I travel to 5-star luxury resorts where everything is all inclusive! Maybe…

Wednesday Women: Elle from Dressing Danishly

Meet Elle. Hey, I’m Elle, currently working as a digital marketer in Nottingham in the UK, but dreaming (and saving up!) for a move to Copenhagen, my favourite city in the world! My two main passions in life are travel and fashion, and I love combining the two wherever I can. During the weekends, you’ll…

Wednesday Women: Lauren

  Meet Lauren. Lauren is a Mexico City based travel blogger at Northern Lauren who writes (mainly) about Mexico, food, and feminism. While she loves writing about other people and places, she thinks there’s really nothing more horrifying than putting together a humble yet engaging personal bio. Find her rainbow coloured pictures and pins on Instagram and Pinterest, or follow her…

I Ditched the City for Hell…

Not literally, of course. But I did drive 3 hours to hike a few trails at Devil’s Lake State Park. Its been on my agenda for a very long time but I struggle with procrastination. So on one of Chicago’s warmer days, I decided to flee the city and its “Sunday Funday” shenanigans in exchange…

Wednesday Women: Dany aka Danila

Meet Dany. Danila Caputo is a blogger, translator and digital nomad currently working and living near Naples, in the South of Italy. Graduated in languages and literature, she worked as a columnist first, then as graphic designer and photographer for several Italian magazines after her degree. She firmly believes that the world is our heritage…

Wednesday Women: Isabel

Meet Isabel. I’m Isabel and I’m a freelance travel writer and travel blogger at Bel Around The World. I work full time at a digital agency specializing in social media. Pulling from my own world travels and lessons, I give tips on Bel Around The World about how to make use of student travel perks and stretch…

Where Should I Move?

First: Sorry for using a selfie as a featured image. I know it has nothing to do with the post, but I ran out of images. Ha. I’m at such a weird crossroad in my life. I know that I want to leave the States, but I also know that I want to be smart…

Travel Highlights of 2016

2016 was one for the books. I traveled a lot, my job sent me to some awesome new cities, I got a boyfriend, I lost a boyfriend, I started my blog :), I interviewed some wonderful women, and did I mention that I traveled a lot? This year has also taught me a great deal…

Wednesday Women: Theresa

Hi. My name is Theresa. I am a logistician, a paper crafter, a cook, a mother, a nerd, a writer, and a lover of books and coffee.  I want to leave the world a better place than I found it. In pursuit of that goal, I have been a Peace Corps Volunteer, a tech entrepreneur…

Wednesday Women: Natalie

Meet Natalie. I’m a tea lover, literature nerd, former college professor, parent to two little kids, and restless soul. I grew up (and still reside) in Charleston, South Carolina, but I am determined to see as much of the world as I can. I’ve been blogging not-so-seriously since 2010, and pretty seriously since 2013. I…