Self-Care Guide for your Next Staycation

As some of you know, 2018 was a pretty tough year for me. Yet, along with loss came a new lease on life. One of the biggest shifts for me has been taking a wellness approach to many aspects of my life. I meditate daily (or try to), I’m learning the power of manifestation, and

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Passport to Comedy: Hyatt’s Humorous Approach to Hotels

This post was sponsored by Hyatt Gold Passport and the Hyatt Regency brand as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central.  I’m sure we can all say that choosing the right hotel can make or break your trip, right? Even if you’re only there to crash at night, you still want to feel comfortable

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Neighborhood Guide to Québec City

For my latest Neighborhood Guide I’ve chosen Québec City. From the newly revamped Saint-Roch neighborhood to the historic streets of Quartier Petit Champlain and Vieux-Québec, this French Canadian city has many faces. If you have time, try to visit these major neighborhoods but otherwise, this guide should give you an idea of which spots you will gravitate toward most.

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Tips for First-Time Couch Surfing

This is a guest post from Sonia Jeffers. I’m sure most people have heard about the concept of couchsurfing but for those who haven’t, the basic idea is “pay it forward”. You let a stranger sleep on your couch and one day when you decide to travel, someone does the same for you. Couchsurfing describes

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Traveling Prague on a Budget

This post was written by a guest writer. Though Prague remains one of Europe’s most ideal vacation spots, it isn’t as cheap as it once was. The popularity of the Czech Republic’s capital city as a tourist destination has skyrocketed, and this has inevitably pushed prices up. According to the well-regarded Backpacker Index, a budget

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Architectural Highlights from Galveston

While I’ll admit that I didn’t know very much about Galveston before boarding my flight to Houston, I left with the utmost respect for the island and the locals that made my weekend here so memorable. Hurricanes  Impressing me most, however, is the history associated with the area. September 8, 1900 marked what is still

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Tips for Traveling on your 20-Something Budget

(article from Megan’s Travel Column, Weekly Wanders on Life2PointOh) If you are young, carefree and unattached, traveling means more than tourist attractions and foreign cuisine. There’s probably going to be some partying involved. Whether you’re traveling with your friends, family or boyfriend, here are a few tips for making the most out of your trip

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Tips For Choosing Your Travel Buddy

Planning a summer trip across the globe is one thing, but picking the right travel buddy can get a bit tricky. The process is sort of similar to finding a roommate, except that instead of seeing each other for a few hours each day, you will be spending every waking moment together.  To get the

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