It’s finally here! And this one is perhaps my favorite so far. It’s set in my adopted home town: Washington, D.C.! The third installment of Sadie Taylor’s Lost and Found adventure is out for early release!
Bands might actually be the best piece of travel equipment ever. They’re incredibly versatile, light weight, and take up almost no space. My husband Steve and I always travel with a set of bands, and I use them at home, too—especially during quarantine! So if you’re looking for a full-body strength workout that travels well, give this one a try!
Solo travelers are a rare bunch. We’re fun, determined, ready to roll with the punches, and when it’s all said and done: we’re confident!
It’s definitely paradise, but if you’ve never been, you probably have a lot of questions. This post is all about the questions that you may be (or perhaps should be) too embarrassed to ask!
Welcome to Workout Wednesday! For years now I’ve been publishing “What I Ate Wednesday” blog posts, but since I have exclusively been eating at home since quarantaine started back in March, I finally ran out of foodie material. So for now, I’m switching things up and sharing some of my favorite travel workout tips! InContinue reading “How to Run Anywhere on Travel”
Planning a trip to Kauai this year? I approve! Kauai is my most favorite place in the world.
In an effort to truly savor our travels from here on out, and to help you do the same, here’s your list of ways to savor your travels—because we will never take travel for granted again, will we?
I don’t know about you, but I love to read about a place I plan to visit! It gets me excited and helps me understand so much about the culture.
When people ask me my favorite trips, Cambodia almost always comes up at the top of the list. My trip to Siem Reap and the Angkor Wat Temple complex was inspiring, refreshing, and humid!
Okay, no couples are perfect. But that’s okay! It is possible to travel with the person you love and still love them afterward.