A Stay in the Cotswolds

My stay in the Cotswolds was exactly what I was hoping for.  Magical.  I *unknowingly* discovered the Cotswolds in 2006 when The Holiday came out.  Part of this Christmas movie had been filmed here and…

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Traveling with Loneliness

While I have no room for complaints in my life… I’m 29, perfectly healthy, everyone I love is alive and well, I’m not in debt, I truly have nothing to worry about.  And yet, I…

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10 Things to See and Do in Bath

Visiting Bath, England was an absolute dream come true.  Although Bath gets less attention than its bigger, more glamorous neighbor to the east – London, it can certainly hold its own.  If you’re taking a…

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A Neighborhood Guide to Omaha’s Blackstone District

A recently revitalized neighborhood in the heart of Omaha, Blackstone District lives between downtown and west Omaha.  A fresh new neighborhood quiet during the day and lively at night, Blackstone is a place that young…

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Five Reasons to Visit Anegada Now

Sailing through the British Virgin Islands is a once in a lifetime experience.  Cruising through the crystal clear aqua waters, seeing marine life up close, having entire bays to yourself.  There is no shortage of…

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How to Maximize Travel While Being a Nurse

I was bit with the travel bug while I was still in college quite some time ago.  I found myself in class daydreaming of far off places that I had only seen in the movies. …

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Drinking in Seattle

Currently, Seattle is one of the fastest-growing cities in America.  With companies like Amazon bringing new jobs to the city every day, it’s no surprise why.  With that being said, there is certainly no shortage…

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A Foodie’s Guide to Seattle

Salty, fresh-shucked oysters, melt in your mouth croissants, authentic Thai food cooked right in front of your eyes.  That, plus more, is what the Seattle food scene has to offer.  Situated on the PNW coast,…

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