I thought this week would be a good week to talk about that terrible little green-eyed monster. Well maybe not truly jealousy, but maybe just a little bit. With Katie taking off next month for her week-long solo adventure in England, I have to say that I am feeling a bit of that FOMO, Fear … Continue reading Left Behind: Overcoming FOMO
You have selected your destination and your date of travel. You've booked your travel and lodging, but you are still months away from your trip and you feel it might be too early to pack...but is it? The short answer is "never". The long answer is more of a "well, it depends". Personally, I employ … Continue reading Packing 101: When to start?
Within the span of 2 short weeks, Katie resigned one position and accepted another, packed her life, learned to hook up, pull and park a trailer, bought a new car and together we drove nearly 800 miles to Norwood, a city just outside of Boston, Mass. An adventure and new start to her life, that … Continue reading Out Around Boston: Our July Adventure
Hello all you Voyagers! Our apologies for the unexpected and sudden hiatus! A lot of changes happened at once for us. So, a quick update on where we are and where we are heading. Katie is settled in Boston and working away with the Sports & Shoulder Center as well as devoting time to exploring … Continue reading We’re back!
When planning a trip, it often comes up at the end of a booking process... Trip Protection. It may seem an unnecessary expense when you consider what has already been paid towards a trip, however in the end it may prove a worthy investment when you consider what might be lost in the event of … Continue reading Travel Protection: Do I really need it?
Bittersweet. If I had to choose one word to best describe this next adventure, that would be it. New beginnings. It means closing a chapter and starting a new one, but sometimes it comes with some tears. This next Sunday, the two of us will embark on a road trip of nearly 800 miles from … Continue reading Adventure: Road trippin’ to Boston
You have your perfect carry-on packed and you settle into your seat for a long-haul flight. You pass the time napping, or reading, listening to music or watching the in-flight film. Hours later, you arrive at your destination, looking a little worse for wear with disheveled and flat hair, next day breath and slightly greasy … Continue reading Avoid the jet-lagged look!
Hostels are great for the budget conscious traveler, if you don't mind sharing a room with four to 20 of your closest strangers. This type of accommodation offers more than just the bare essentials if you know what to look for when booking. Even with updated facilities, en suite rooms and brand new amenities like … Continue reading Hack a Hostel Stay
Fashion is exciting, it allows us to express our unique personalities through something so seemingly simple as what we put on our bodies. However, there are times where we need to avoid sticking out like a sore thumb and not draw too much attention to the fact that we are tourists. Naturally, we want to … Continue reading Dressing the Part Without Sticking Out