One of the most powerful tools that we have in life is to set our intentions and a great way to do this is through journaling. I find that it helps me focus my energy on properly attaining the right mindset to attract the things I'd like into my life. Combining vision boards and journaling … Continue reading Vision Board Journaling
In honor of Mother's Day, I decided to do a blog post honoring one of my favorite humans....my mom. This past year while spending 7 months abroad, I was lucky enough to have my beautiful mother join me for 2 1/2 months of my travels. With no plan or timeline in the beginning, we ended … Continue reading Why Traveling With Your Mom Is One of the Best Things Ever
If you love nature and everything beautiful that this Earth has to offer, then you need to head to New Zealand immediately. Knowing where to start with planning a trip here can feel a little overwhelming because there is SO much to see. It helps to understand more about the geography of the country. Two islands make … Continue reading Magical New Zealand
My YTT200 Experience: If you are wondering what the 21 days of an intensive 200 Hr Yoga Teacher Training would be like and what to expect, here is a tiny glimpse into my own experience... The training I attended was with Zuna Yoga and it took place in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. As I was looking into the … Continue reading Reflections From a Yoga Teacher Training
Considering a solo yoga retreat or a solo trip and not sure where to begin? Below you can find some highlights from my own experience and some inspiration for why you should do it too! Learn about Yourself Many times it takes us getting out of our own comfort zones to truly get to know ourselves … Continue reading Thinking of Doing a Solo Yoga Retreat?
I'm always asked how I've been able to travel so much on a budget and using credit card rewards has been one of my main tricks. The miles I've earned using credit cards have taken me on multiple trips to Europe and other destinations all over the world (and no this does not mean I … Continue reading From Credit Cards to Free Trips
Life is full of lessons and new experiences, but only if you let it be. After 8 years as an elementary school teacher, I decided to take a leave of absence from teaching to take time to explore some of my other passions- yoga and traveling. When I first told some of my fellow wanderlust … Continue reading The time I decided to take the road less (more) traveled…