Thank you to all those I have met along these journeys around the world who have taught me kindness and showed me compassion. I am forever grateful. And, my only hope is that I always pay it forward in some way in some other part of the world.
From a girl’s weekend with my sister, to babysitting my nieces, to late nights with sweet friends and family, to coffee chats with old friends, it has been time well spent back home; because, for me, home is all things good: Good food. Good times. Good people.
By far the most asked questions that I receive is: "How do ya'll afford to travel so much?" I thought a lot about this over the years and did my best to answer this question.
Today, I am sharing a bit of my thoughts on what makes an adventure. Traveling looks different for everyone, but the end goal is always the same - Explore somewhere, anywhere, just as long as you change your day to day coordinates.
Yes! I am 100% a road-side tripper, meaning, I love the middle of nowhere just as much as the center of somewhere. Yes, road tripping with me means loads of potentially unwanted stops. But, I truly believe adventure can be found anywhere and everywhere.
I was reminded recently of a story that I have never shared before. It is the story of the sweetest gift I have ever been given, and it just so happened to be from my husband.
Somewhere, half-way through this, I look over at Nick and we both give each other a knowing look. We knew right then that the entire experience would be one that we would never forget.
An interview where I share the biggest mistakes I have made, why I started COH°, what life is like on the go, and, why snail mail sprinkles my donuts!
I honestly do not have words for how unbelievable this experience was for me. I think I am still coming down from the high. I flew a plane, a freaking plane!
With spotty wifi, no cell reception, and countries with social media bans, it can be a challenge to stay in touch! Here are tips for staying connected!