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Mother-Daughter Adventure in Zion National Park

I am not sure who was more excited about our Spring Break mother-daughter adventure in Zion National Park. Ok, that is a lie, I was definitely more excited than my tween daughter. Yes, she was looking forward to it – but she went into our 7-days in Zion National Park...

48 Hours in Annapolis: A Romantic Weekend Getaway

Ego Alley – the narrow Annapolis waterfront where boaters like to dock – was overflooding into nearby parking lots as I looked out of hotel room window after checking in on a rainy Friday afternoon. Ducks swam in the road, curious as to why cars were approaching,...

How a Surf Retreat Taught Me More Than Surfing

I wanted to learn to surf. It wasn’t a rational desire, but ever since I stood on the beach watching children learn to surf in Sayulita, Mexico – I was determined. It was an admirable goal, except that I had a reasonable inkling that I’d be bad at it. Like really,...

20 Photos to Make You Want to Travel to Namibia

When I first told people that I was going to Namibia, the responses varied. My two favorites were “On safari?” or “Where is Namibia?” While many people associate any travel to sub-Saharan Africa as safari focused, Namibia offers so much more...

24 Reasons to Visit Malta

“Why did you decide to visit Malta?” I was asked this question time and again by curious locals during our week on the island. “I’d seen pictures,” I’d respond. “And everyone who has been here raves about the charming towns...

A Dreamy Guide To Adventure Travel Destinations

I believe in adventure travel. For the experience. For the immersion in a moment. For the potential transformation. But also? Adventure travel is more than a series of zip-lining or adrenaline pumping challenges. Adventure travel is a feeling. An opportunity. To...

Where to Hike in Sedona

Red rocks that jut out into a crisp blue sky.  Formations that have weathered over time and through the elements. Taking a trip to Sedona offers an invitation – to get up close and personal with natural landscapes that change color as the sun rises or sets. Amidst all...

Winter Beauty on a Snowcoach Tour of Yellowstone National Park

Known as the world’s first national park, Yellowstone (spanning from Wyoming to Montana to Idaho) is visited by over three million people each year. With 10,000 thermal features and 400 miles of park, it feels nearly impossible to fully grasp and understand the...

My Failed Attempt to Summit the Osorno Volcano

Icicles were starting to form on my frozen sunglasses. I could not feel my fingers. But I could see a lime green jacket in front of me through the ice and snow, motivating me to move forward. This was not how I’d envisioned my first climb attempt to go. And yet, there...

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