8 Ways to Save Money for Travel in 2020

The number one thing I hear since I’ve been running this blog is “How do you afford to travel as much as you do?” Two years ago I put together a post called “Money Saving Hacks for the New Year” and it was well received. (If you haven’t read it, here’s the link. Still good …

How to Completely Blow your Reykjavik Budget!

Nope, you didn’t read that wrong. I’m giving you a glance of what NOT to do in Reykjavik if you plan on sticking to your Reykjavik budget. Between our dining options and our alcoholic beverage indulgence, we did it all wrong! Here’s a completely hypothetical story of how it might go… First Night in the …

Hostels and Hot Dogs: Iceland Budget Guide

Yes, the rumors are true, Iceland is expensive as hell. When you start to prepare an Iceland budget plan, make sure you do a lot of research because it’s visciously different than what you may be used to paying for items. Gas is more expensive, food is more expensive, and forget about alcohol completely! But …

Adventure Diary: Finger Lakes Wine Country

  Time for another installment of my Adventure Diary series! My friend Brianna and I were looking for a way to break up the dull month of February so we decided to take a drive up to the The Finger Lakes in Upstate New York for a weekend! This area is known for their 120+ …

I’ve been Nominated for a Liebster Award!

Wait…. What is a Liebster Award? It’s been almost a year since I started this blog and I recently was nominated for a Liebster Award by Allured By Adventure Blog! What’s that you ask? I didn’t know either! I did some digging and found out that this award was created as a way for blogs …

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 …

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 …