Want to Start A Travel Blog? Read These 13 Blog Posts First

The art of travel blogging is more than just uploading text and pretty pictures. It takes work to get it right from the beginning. That’s why I created this list of the 13 most informative and inspiring blog posts that helped me start my travel blog right. If you’re serious and want to start a travel blog, take a look — I promise you won’t regret it.

The Best Everyday (& Free) Bank Account for U.S. Expats Out To Discover The World

Looking for a free and convenient bank while traveling internationally or living as an expat abroad? Unexpected fees and declined cards should be the least of your worries. Check out the Capital One 360 checking account — it might be perfect bank account for you.

My Decision to Leave the United States: The Whys and Hows

I’ll always remember the moment I thought, ‘’It would be cool to leave the United States someday.¨ I was in the driveway of the house I grew up as a teenager. Ten years later, I’m certain that teenager would be satisfied knowing that’s what she’s actually doing now. I used to think the American dreamSigue leyendo «My Decision to Leave the United States: The Whys and Hows»

5 Things I’ve Learned Preparing for My First Backpacking Trip

I’m about to embark on my first backpacking trip solo. My prior travel experiences have built up to these next two months I’ll be spending in Costa Rica and Panama.  I’ll be on my own, speaking my second language, and going from destination to destination all while trying to keep it together. In general, itSigue leyendo «5 Things I’ve Learned Preparing for My First Backpacking Trip»

Texas Magic

My camera did not get its fair share of capturing  Dallas and Austin. I took my camera out the very first day in Dallas and then not once after. With few photos to share, besides those I took on my phone and shared to Instagram, I’ve decided to challenge the notion a picture is worthSigue leyendo «Texas Magic»

The Importance of the Vacation

When I view my past travels, never once did I view them as a vacation (except for family trips growing up). It’s a word that I feel denotes the experience of travel. I’m not a vacationer, but a traveler. Ironically, sitting here at the Deep Ellum Hostel in downtown Dallas, Texas, I want to saySigue leyendo «The Importance of the Vacation»

Travel Back: Vibrant Mexico, 2015

I’ve decided I’m done with winter. It not only inhibits my desire to enjoy life (boo!), but it’s beginning to take its toll on my mental and physical health. I’ve wrote less, have been publishing less, and in general feel less motivation to get life done. & for now, I’m stuck with another two monthsSigue leyendo «Travel Back: Vibrant Mexico, 2015»

What Happened When I Studied Abroad in South Africa with Klein GO

The first time I studied abroad, I knew I wanted to study somewhere that offered the opportunity to grow personally and professionally. South Africa, with its history and stories, was the place to study for me  — not only learn, but challenge my personal skills and cultural perceptions. Urban International Storytelling, a summer study abroadSigue leyendo «What Happened When I Studied Abroad in South Africa with Klein GO»

My Learning Enterprises Summer In The Panamanian Countryside

When I initially applied to teach English, I knew I was taking a chance to change my world outlook and future goals. The opportunity to teach English in Panama with Learning Enterprises caught my eye over two years ago — flyers were scattered around Temple University, where I attended college. While I couldn’t apply toSigue leyendo «My Learning Enterprises Summer In The Panamanian Countryside»