How to Answer the Call of the Mountains When You Don’t Have the Vacation Days to Get You There

We all know the saying… “The Mountains are calling, and I must go.” But what about all those times that you can’t? There’s a reason John Muir didn’t say, “the Mountains are calling and I…don’t have enough vacation days to get there, sorry, maybe next month.” The guy dedicated his life to protecting the mountains. Going to the mountains was like going into the office. But unless you’re living the John Muir life, you probably aren’t able to just go. So what do you do?

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What Escaping to Yosemite taught me about life…

Flash back to this time in 2016.  I was living in Los Angeles.  Working in “the business.”  I was working towards my dream job of being a writer/producer for Television.  I had gone to school for four years, I had left everything I knew (except my husband, Jason) behind and moved out to Los Angeles … Continue reading What Escaping to Yosemite taught me about life…

6 Types of Books You Should Be Reading in 2019 to Share a Deeper Connection with your Next Travel Destination

History comes alive when you’re traveling. You have the opportunity to walk in the same footsteps as figures from the past, to see what they saw, and connect with them on a whole new level. Learning about the history of your next travel destination is so important to the overall experience. Do NOT leave home without learning more! That’s why in 2019, I’m vowing to read more about the destinations we’re visiting before we ever step foot in the car or terminal.

How to Change your Last Name Without Affecting your Travel Plans

Changing your last name after getting married is a daunting task, even more so if you're an avid traveler and are afraid that changing your last name will put a halt on everything.

Inside Look: Our 2019 Travel Goals

2018 was a big year for us. We visited 9 states, 2 National Parks, and traveled to countless places we've never been before. All of these unforgettable trips made for one hell of a year. But now that marital bliss is over and the real world is settling in once again, we need to reevaluate our adventures for 2019.