Ahh, the travel bug — it comes to haunt us all, doesn’t it? A few weeks ago, it influenced me to book a flight with any serious consideration. And I did it for less than $150.
As a travel lover and first-time adult, figuring out how to travel is a priority even if money is tight. Since beginning post-college life, here are five ways I’ve cut costs to save more for travel.
On my last visit to Rosa’s, a pizza shop that feeds the homeless through its sticky-note fueled pay-it-forward model, these notes directly in front of me spoke volumes. A big thanks to Slendy P.B. for your message.
While not my first blog-writing rodeo, Life Outside the Margins is my story to tell — and for the first time, I believe it’s here to stay.
While a 9-5 can bring security, routine, and even benefits, it’s not a lifestyle for everyone — and certainly not one for me. Learn why I chose to avoid a 9-5 job after college.
Despite its distance in vast darkness, the moon has the power to carry our minds back to reality. A reality where the bigger picture makes more sense, even within its own abstraction.
A year ago if you had asked me ‘’What would your ultimate career look like?’’ I would have answered, ‘’I want to have a show like Anthony Bourdain and show people the world.’’
One thing traveling has taught me about being a woman, is that just about everywhere you go, you’re still a woman.
Most, if not all of us have experienced the pitfalls of femininity.
From the life of a serial drifter, self-definition means to keep learning, experiencing, and finding yourself in places around the globe sometimes. Finding self-definition depends on you – of course, we’re always growing, but some of us are always out trying to discover what’s next for us.
If this describes you, welcome to my page. And if not, welcome anyways.