Dear fabulous reader, I was in the shower (where I do some of my best thinking), pondering all the political fighting and social media outrage that seems to happen every week. Well, ok every day!! Each day, people yell into the echo chamber. I don’t know about you, but I have slight “outrage fatigue.” I […]
FLYTE is sending another awesome group of students on the trip of a lifetime! Later this year, a group of students from Montana will be traveling to Guatemala to experience the culture and to do some volunteering. Help us reach our fundraising goal so we can make sure these deserving students have an amazing and life-changing experience!
In this post, I share my biggest shock of coming home. I’ve found that the transition from traveler and life on the road to being back into your old life is a difficult one. When everything is new and exciting and all of a sudden becomes familiar and, well, a little boring, it can be hard to deal with.
There are so many incredible places in the world, but even with all the wonders, I believe there’s no such thing as a “must-see.” In this post, I discuss my philosophy when it comes to travel.
10 years ago today, I published my very first blog post. Here is everything I have learned about the business of travel blogging in those 10 years, including how I learned from my failures, and how my readers became my number one priority.
As I get closer to my ten-year anniversary of blogging, I want to tell the tale of how I became an accidental travel writer. It was a lot of work, and I had to do plenty of jobs I didn’t love. Here are some things I learned along the way.