City Guide: Brussels, Belgium

The first stop on my 2018 Euro Trip was in the land of chocolate (and beer and fries, if you ask a local), aka Brussels, Belgium! I had heard a lot of mixed reviews about the city – some people loved it, others hated it so I was very interested to explore it myself. But before I jump into everything…
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Staying Safe as a Solo Female Traveler

We’ve all heard it, “there is safety in numbers.” Well what happens when you find yourself in a brand new city, where no one speaks your language, and it’s obvious you don’t belong? This has been the story of my journey thus far in Europe (although, I will say there have been many times people come up to me asking…
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Constantly is Running to Europe!

Some of you know, most of you don’t: today, I embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Constantly is going on the run in Europe! …For 43 days. I’ve dreamed of this since I was a child, originally thinking it would happen as a study abroad semester or a graduation trip. When those times approached and then passed, although slightly…
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Spontaneous Travel: The Real Reason I Booked the Trip

As promised, I’ve shared all aspects of my spontaneous trip to France – from tiny packing to listening to your instincts to the best spots to hit up, aka it’s been a lot. But the real reason I booked the trip was to see Michael. It’s been nearly a year since he came into my life and I’ve become a…
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Spontaneous Travel: How to Tiny Pack

Let me get this out there right now, I am an over-packer. I go on long weekends with a checked bag and enough clothes to dress a small village. I go on week long vacations with a pair of shoes for each outfit and act like I’m about to change 4 times a day. And the funny thing is, I…
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