Travel

 

Fill Your Life With Adventures, Not Things. Have Stories To Tell, Not Things To Show

 

To travel is to live

Start your trip here!


Ever think about taking a trip to Punta Cana, or a  5 day hike through the Cinque Terre of Italy,  or finally finalising that trip you have been planning?


Travel is known to relieve stress, you take vacations for a reason. Though planning trips can be found to be stressful and crazy. 

It can be hard to plan a trip. How do you start planning? Where should you go? What is the best way to budget? Where do you begin? There's packing, accommodations, excursion planning, flight planning, and if you have pets or kids it adds on an extra thing to think about and plan for.

There are so many things that are great about traveling 

  • It's a great way to get a little R&R
  • It Provides a change of pace and scenery from your day to day life
  • It gives you time to breath and rebalance your health both mentally and physically

Here is where you start. Here You will find How To's, Tips and Tricks, Restaurant Suggestions, Travel Planning, and all things travel related! 

The first big trip I went on was in 2009, I was given the opportunity through my dance studio dance in Downtown Disney, and again in 2014. 

I am now 18 years old and rather than going straight from high school into college where I would spend 4 years doing something I already know how to do,  I have decided to become nomadic and make writing my living.

I have gone to Mexico and the Caribbean with my family multiple times, I went to Italy with a Biblical Arts group when I was 14 (first trip without the parents!), and I have been to a few places here in the U.S.

I am currently planning a 7 month European tour, which will be the start of my nomadic lifestyle. With this I will be fully investing my life into writing about Health, Travel and Lifestyle!

According to Forbes.com "Travel is proven to lower health risks such as diabetes, metabolic syndrome, high blood pressure, heart disease, colon cancer, breast cancer, depression levels and more, according to the Physical Activity Guidelines Advisory Committee"