Before I moved to Dallas, I did my homework. I researched and read different blogs on all the best things to do in Dallas, which yielded me a long bucket list that I refer to most weekends. It's easy to move to a new place and get so sucked into the daily routine of life: … Continue reading Photo Diary: Dallas Farmers Market
I know it’s a shocker, but news flash: I’m not perfect. I don’t have it all together even when it comes to travel. I’ve made some travel mistakes, but I’m learning from them. And I want to share with you some of my biggest travel fails because the travel blogger messes up, too. Oh, and … Continue reading My Biggest Travel Fails
A two-day road trip, another several hundred miles logged on my trusty Nissan, and here I am. Packing up my life in Missouri and moving it to Texas is a feat. Note to self: move as few times as possible because you have too much stuff. Additional note to self: buy less stuff. The month … Continue reading Round Trip Roundup: MAY
"Hi, I'm Kristin, and I'm new here. "There are few things I dislike more than being unknown, not having my people around, being alone. And I really haven't had to do it much. Unlike a good friend of mine whose dad was in the military and thus moved all over, I've lived in the same … Continue reading New City, New Girl
I like to hit the ground running. I'm spending my summer in the deep south, in Texas that is, and although I won't be traveling across the globe this summer, I'm looking forward to digging in deep and exploring Texas. My first adventure was the Dallas Arboretum. Other than the fact that it's all over … Continue reading Photo Diary: Dallas Arboretum
So many options, and your bucket list is stacked. Making decisions is hard, so let me take the stress off. Here's a quiz to help you find the perfect destination for your summer travel. Take the quiz here. Maybe it’s dipping your toes in the Adriatic Sea from Slovenia. Or possibly it’s exploring the castle … Continue reading QUIZ: Where Should You Travel This Summer?
Summer is on the horizon, which means travel is on the brain more than ever. Lucky for you, I'm giving away my book, 40 Ways to Travel Better, so you can make the most of your time, money and energy. Enter now!
I get it. You have a lot to say, and you need to say it. The great thing about the internet is that there's virtually limitless, free space to share your thoughts. Yes, there are thousands of blogs out on the web, but I believe everyone has a story and valuable things to say. If … Continue reading How to Start a Blog
Sixth grade didn't seem so long ago, thanks to the Jonas Brothers getting back together with their new single "Sucker." March was packed with revisiting my sixth grade boy band obsession (it was bad, let me tell you), keeping busy at work and school and traveling to New York. The weather is warming up, and … Continue reading Round Trip Roundup: MARCH
You’ve turned in the application and bought your plane ticket. You spend your days procrastinating homework by googling photos of your soon-to-be home and planning weekend trips. I’ve been there in the pre-study abroad haze. You might’ve reached the point where the excitement dulls for just a moment and you start freaking out: How should … Continue reading 8 Things You Need to Do Before Studying Abroad