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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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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Spontaneous Travel: Just Book the Flight

As I’m sitting here in the Reykjavik airport on my 7 hour layover back to the states, I can’t help but reflect on the past two-ish weeks. It’s been a wild ride full of impulsive decisions, YouTubing, Dramamine, sweat and cankles. There are a ton of parts that go into this story so I’m going to break it down for…
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RnR Seattle: A Guide to the City

Disclaimer: I am promoting the Seattle City Guide as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews! Who is headed to Seattle for the Rock’n’Roll Marathon, Half Marathon or 5k this weekend?! If you are, I’ve got the perfect thing for you! We (BibRave) teamed up with…
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6 Months of Constantly Running & Twice As Many Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Me

6 months of Constantly Running and twice as many things you probably didn't know about me #ConstantlyOnTheRun
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