6 Money Saving Hacks for the New Year

6 Money Saving Hacks for the New Year

Whether your New Year’s resolution is to travel more, save more money, or just to cut your spending in general, there are a million and 1 money saving hacks out there to help you. I’ve broken it down to six easy money saving hacks that you can do in the new year to help achieve your goal! One of the most common questions I’m asked is “How do you afford to travel so much?” You’d be surprised how little you…

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A Winter Guide to New England Weekend Getaways

A Winter Guide to New England Weekend Getaways

New England is one of the greatest areas in the entire world to live when it comes to weekend getaways. We’ve got culture, great sports teams, history and everything is within a few hours drive. However there is this little thing called winter that comes around a few months out of the year and rains snows on your parade. As someone who gets hit hard with the winter blues, it’s easy to curl up in a ball and Netflix the winter away….

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The Art of the Long Weekend

The Art of the Long Weekend

If you are a 9-5er like me, you are probably limited to a set amount of vacation days per year. This doesn’t mean that you can’t go anywhere though. Most Americans are trained to take their one week-long vacation per year then sit on the rest of their vacation days until they roll over to the next year. Weekends are then spent catching up on chores and errands that they didn’t get to during the week. Sounds pretty depressing if…

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I Get By With a Little Help From Skillshare!

I Get By With a Little Help From Skillshare!

Earlier this year, I had purchased an older version of a beginner DSLR camera on a whim with the intentions of teaching myself a new skill. When I first decided to go on a trip to Canada alone, I realized it was going to be the perfect opportunity to work on this skill. I understand the basics of photography, apertures and shutter speeds, but I had very little knowledge of how to set them, how they affected each other or…

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Thoughts on my First Solo Travel Adventure!

Thoughts on my First Solo Travel Adventure!

I’m an Aquarius through and through: Independent, spontaneous, inquisitive and stubborn. So when my cousin’s plans fell through for a weekend trip to Canada with me, I decided to just go by myself! I’ve read a lot about solo female travel and have always been intrigued by the idea of it, so I figured a quick trip over the border would be a great opportunity to test it out. I drove up to Niagara Falls on the Canadian side and…

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Why You Should Travel to Scotland in August!

Why You Should Travel to Scotland in August!

Scotland is a beautiful country that is worth visiting any time of year. But Scotland comes alive in August especially. Between festivals, the weather, scenic drives, and old Scottish traditions, you will not be disappointed during your stay.   Festival City Edinburgh, Scotland is currently the world’s leading city for festivals. In August alone there are five huge festivals going on throughout the city, drawing in millions of people from all over the world every year. When we went last…

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Martha’s Vineyard on a Dime!

Martha’s Vineyard on a Dime!

Okay, you caught me, this blog title is a tad bit of an exaggeration! But would you believe me if I told you that we found some ways to save money and plan a budget friendly trip to the island? Martha’s Vineyard is widely known as one of the more expensive travel destinations in New England but is well worth the visit. My boyfriend and I just spent the weekend in MV and found several ways to save money (so…

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June 2017 Wrap-Up

June 2017 Wrap-Up

Coming to you from nearly the end of July, I suppose it’s time to tell you about my month of June! June was an absolutely insane month. First month in the new apartment and I felt like I spent more time away than home! Bittersweet! Country concert season in full swing… Kicked off the month of June with a Friday night Dierks Bentley concert at the Xfinity Center! Good weather, good music, good friends and all around good vibes! This…

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May 2017 Wrap-up!

May 2017 Wrap-up!

Long time, no talk! May was the first month this year that I didn’t travel at all but it didn’t disappoint in terms of awesome weekend activities and BIG CHANGES! I moved!! Yup, I officially moved in with my boyfriend Kyle! Same town, new experiences! This is the main reason that I have completely neglected my blog this last month: so much to do! We are living in a quirky old home built in the 1800s, and every line, ceiling…

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The Social Media Effect: How Social Media is Fueling a New Generation of Travelers

The Social Media Effect: How Social Media is Fueling a New Generation of Travelers

Before I jump in… Just wanted to apologize for a lack of posts! I’m moving into a new apartment in a couple weeks so life is a little hectic right now! I hope to start posting a little bit more regularly once life is settled! So without further adieu….   I recently read a blog post on WheresMollie.com written by Ms. Mollie herself, that inspired me to write an opinion piece of something we all know too well… Social Media!…

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