It’s no secret that I’ve been struggling with a generalized anxiety disorder for many years now – heck, […]
Everybody wants to travel – but that doesn’t necessarily mean that everybody is able to. Traveling the world is an absolute privilege and one that we should never take for granted. Travel has opened me up and changed me as a human being and I will be eternally grateful for that blessing.
Travel is expensive, but there are ways to make it more achievable. Hell, I’ve been a broke college student for 6 years now and I still managed to travel A LOT – and without the help of my parents. If you don’t have the money, you have to be good at saving and planning.
To help you in your quest to travel more, I’ve compiled a list of tips and tricks I use to afford traveling the world. I hope you’ll find these suggestions helpful! xx
They say “home is where the heart is”. Well, my heart certainly hasn’t been in Augsburg. Or where I grew up for that matter.
In #thatmillenniallife, vinegar & wine-blogger Nat reflects on the challenges and advantages of living in today’s world as a millennial woman.
Each month, she’ll talk about topics that millennial women – and this millennial woman especially – think, agonize and feel insecure about.
Today’s topic: Am I being responsible or just running scared?
Let’s be real: traveling by yourself can get lonely. If you’re not a natural social magnet – can’t say that I am either – you’ll most likely spend at least a chunk of your travels on your own. But that doesn’t mean you have to be bored. Why not spend the time you have learning something new or getting entertained af?
This is my list of my 6 favorite podcasts for traveling solo!
“Aren’t you going to be lonely?” “Wouldn’t you prefer doing this with your boyfriend?” “Isn’t it scary?” “Don’t you have anyone to go with you?”
I grew up as the single child of an overworked single mother. Cue the Gilmore Girls theme song, am I right?