Feature Friday: Meet Suzie K.

Have you ever taken a solo trip? Come read about Suzie’s first solo trip at such a young age!

Happy Friday everyone! Today we are getting to know a little more about Suzie. Suzie has a deep passion for travelling, and for languages. Her travels are inspired by her love for language, and it all started at the young age of 16. Come read about her story: Continue reading “Feature Friday: Meet Suzie K.”

Feature Friday: Meet Kelly D.

Have you ever gone to the airport and have everything go wrong? Come read Kelly’s story and find out how she managed to get out of a sticky situation!

Welcome back to Feature Friday! Have you ever been to the airport and have everything that can go wrong, actually go wrong? I’ve definitely been in that boat, and it’s not a fun time. Talk about having your stress levels skyrocket! Today we have Kelly here with us, sharing a personal story of how things went wrong when she was at the airport. Continue reading “Feature Friday: Meet Kelly D.”

Life with Travel

‘Living a life filled with travel not only leads to great adventures, but also to great stories, pictures, and friends. And I want to hear all about it!’

Since I’ve started my blog, I have discovered so many different blogs that share amazing stories, and unique perspectives. Some of these blogs I’ve come across from Pinterest, from Twitter, and from WordPress; but, most of them come from the Facebook Groups of which I am a member. I’ve found blogs that make literally ‘laugh out loud’ while I’m reading. I’ve stumbled upon blogs that have answered questions I didn’t even know that I had. I’ve read blogs that spoken to me on a deep, and personal level. It blows my mind how many different blogs there are out there, each one with its own unique purpose. Continue reading “Life with Travel”

Feature Friday: Meet Alice R.

Being a student is hard. Being an international student is harder. Come learn about Alice’s college journey in the U.S.

When I went off to college, I didn’t realize how long it would take to adjust. Thinking about now, I know I wasn’t that far from home; however, at the time a 6.5 hour drive home seemed forever away. Freshmen year I watched most of my peers go home at least every other weekend. It was heartbreaking that I didn’t have the option to do the same. As time passed, each semester got easier being away from home and I started making more friends who also didn’t have opportunities to go home often. I befriended many international students, and as I began to learn their stories, I realized I was very luck in my college experience. I thought about if I would ever consider going to a different country for my undergraduate career and my thoughts led me to this conclusion: International students don’t get enough credit. Not only do they have to {potentially} start conversing in a different language, they are thousands of miles away from their families and their homes. Alice is one who had to endure those extra trials and tribulations, as well as being a student-athlete. Let’s find out what she has to say about travelling from Sweden to go to school in the United States! Continue reading “Feature Friday: Meet Alice R.”

A More Efficient Way of Boarding a Plane?

I can’t be the only one who has questioned the methods of boarding a plane. Check out my thoughts on the matter!

Zone 1…now boarding.

Everyone who has travelled by plane has heard some variation of these words. Of course wing-221526_1920it makes sense to board those seated in first-class first, and then work our way to the back of the plane. But if we really think about it, does that really make sense? Is that the most efficient way to load a plane? Personally, I don’t think so. Continue reading “A More Efficient Way of Boarding a Plane?”

Feature Friday: Meet Althea A.

Let’s take a journey with Althea as she recounts her time in Dubai and Italy!

Now I’ve been to Italy, and I can agree the country has so much to offer. I haven’t been to Dubai yet, but it’s definitely on my list. The pictures Althea shares, just makes me want to get there sooner. I have yet to have a desert experience, and after learning about Althea’s trip, Dubai may have to be my first desert experience! Check out what Althea has to say: Continue reading “Feature Friday: Meet Althea A.”

Une Promenade en Paris

Come take a stroll through the lovely city of Paris!

The city of lights. The city of love. The city of my dreams. Only one place in the world meets the criteria for all three: Paris, France. I have been blessed to have visited my favorite city three times, with many more visits in the future {I hope!}. I’ve been to some of the top monumental sights in this beautiful city, but would you believe I haven’t seen it all? I’ll share what I believe are some of the must see sights! Continue reading “Une Promenade en Paris”