So long, November! It's been a busy, work-filled month for me. But I managed to sneak in a few fun activities along the way.
Last week I went to a very important rally in Indianapolis. On today's post I'm getting open and honest about why I went and why I care so much about the #REDforED movement.
As a first year teacher, I've realized how exhausting it is dedicating my life to education! My travel plans this fall have not gone according to plan... so how have my thoughts on travel changed since I've started working? I can't do it all.
How do I save my pennies for my trips? It's no secret teachers don't make very much money!
Reflecting over October and taking a look at what I've been up to. I didn't travel outside of the state this month, but I realized I still did so much with friends and family!
While hostels can be wonderful, the first time I ever booked one it was a nightmare experience. Find out how I ended up on an empty street in Rome after midnight in the rain, looking for a place to stay.
Going to the wrong airport is just the tip of the iceberg from this trip. I'm talking cancelled flights, grimy hotel rooms and no available Greyhound buses. Check out how I survived these transportation fails on my spring break trip to the East Coast.
Here's the next installment in my travel fails series. This time, my AirBNB wasn't what it seemed!
The Four Corners is a spot most people have on their bucket list. Who doesn't want to stand in four states at one time? Here's what you should know before you go.
I've gotten myself into some pretty sticky situations while traveling. However, my first time car camping is one for the books. Check out how everything went wrong and I ended up driving for 13 hours in one day!