8 Ways to Save Money to Travel More

Okay, so let’s clear the elephant in the room. I hear comments and questions regarding how I travel so much, how I am lucky, how they want my job, etc. all the time. The truth is, it is hard work. Whether it’s planning, looking for a deal, saving money, or working my butt off, nothing comes easy.

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Traveling to Palm Springs, California with a Preschooler

I’ll be honest with you… Palm Springs was not our first choice when it comes to traveling. When I thought of Palm Springs, I thought of a quiet, middle-of-nowhere, retirement town or spa village that we just passed through on the way to LA, which is far from a place to take a preschooler.

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The Perfect Arizona Getaway: The Strawberry Inn

Don’t get me wrong, I like Arizona’s warm temperatures, but being from Michigan, I miss having actual seasons. The brisk, cool breeze, “hoodie weather”, hot chocolate, and a fireplace at night…it brings back so many memories. However, when you check the weather in November and it’s almost 80 degrees, it feels so far out of reach. Thankfully, Arizona’s Rim Country exists!

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You Earned It…Take That Girl’s Trip!

Each year, I set out one long weekend with my girl friends. This includes friends from all walks of life…childhood, high school, past co-workers, the whole sha-bang. Whether they are moms, single, or in relationships, I invite my ladies to just get away from everyday life and to relax. Here are the steps to help you plan your very own girl’s trip!

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How to Spend 2 Nights in NYC With a Preschooler…and On a Budget

Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links and we will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on our links. Are you the type of person who browses for flight deals with no intention of traveling at that time? I admit I am guilty. An ad pops up for $39 one-way to Denver, and […]

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Creating a Magical Adventure at Walt Disney World

We’ve all heard it… “Disney is the most magical place on Earth”. It’s hard to deny. Growing up with The Little Mermaid as my idol and pretending to be her any chance I got was a typical part of my childhood.

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