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One Day in Vilnius – How to Go Solo in Lithuania’s Capital

I didn’t quite know what to expect when I arrived to Lithuania’s capital – Vilnius – to spend the weekend solo.  Will it give me the cold shoulder?  Is it as medieval and authentic as…

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Shining a Spotlight On Nurse Burnout ft Anna Rodriguez

This month I am featuring Anna Rodriguez from Utah, sometimes referred to as “Artful Dodge-Her” (read on to find out why)!  She’s the incredible woman behind the blog The Burnout Book, working to create conversation around…

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How to Visit Brasov in 48 Hours

It was evening by the time I pulled into Brașov and I breathed a sigh of relief.  I had just come from the busy city of Bucharest and was ready for something smaller, more intimate,…

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The 8 Day Vacay – Romania

What surprised me the most about more first visit to Romania?  The sheer beauty of the country, the quaintness of the towns nestled in the Carpathian Mountains, and how tasty the local food and wine…

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The One Thing That Nobody Tells You About Solo Travel

Here I am on my second, extended solo trip in the past two years.  My second solo travel experience.  I’ve done and seen things I can only dream of.  Diving in the Red Sea.  Seeing…

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Why I Won’t Be Visiting Bucharest Again… But You Should

The truth of the matter is… when I first heard about Romania; I was hooked.  I fell head over heels for the picturesque images on Google.  The frightening thought of Dracula.  And the intriguing thought…

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32 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Jordan

My first trip to Jordan was coincidentally also my first trip to the Middle East.  I joined TBA Escapes, and not knowing what to expect I left the country feeling full of hope and joy.…

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How to Spend 2 Days in Athens – SOLO

A city rich in history and culture.  One that has influenced the world, is written about in history books, and was once a powerhouse of a city; Athens, Greece is a culturally and historically rich…

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