I feel like I do this every month but OMFG how the F is it June!? Not just the month of June, but also the half way point in the 2017 calendar year. I don't know about you, but I have gotten approximately 2% of the things I wanted to do done. If that.Read More
How is it May 1st tomorrow!? Insert Nsync meme of "It's gonna be may" here. I don't know about you, but the month of April FLEW by. I honestly don't know where the hell it went. I was traveling most of the last half of the month, so that may have had something to do with it, but still, how is it May tomorrow!?Read More
Over this past weekend, I attended the Women in Travel Summit (WITS), a conference for women in all aspects of the travel space, or who just simply love to travel. When I bought my tickets back in December, I was less than enthusiastic about the location: MIlwakuee, WI. But hey, another state and city I can cross off my list, right? I never expected to like MIlwakuee. I put it on the same level as some other small midwest towns I had been to for work - they were just kind of...there.Read More
For people who do not travel for work frequently, they often think it is rather glamorous and fun. And while the fun part can definitely be true, it can also be completely exhausting. Countless flights, constantly checking in and out of hotels, always on the move and living out of a suitcase.
This year alone I have been on over 20 flights, flown god only knows how many miles and spent almost half of every month sleeping in a hotel bed. When you travel this much you eventually learn to get pretty good at packing and develop some shortcuts to make work travel more bearable. So, after some trial and error, I put some routines in place and figured out how to save myself not only a lot of time but a lot of frustration while on the road.Read More
t's been almost a month since I returned from my long weekend trip to Iceland and I still can't get over the pictures I have from this trip! O.M.G. Iceland was freaking gorgeous! One minute you're driving past snow-covered mountains and the next you feel like you're on the set of Lord of The Rings. Absolutely incredible!
Depending on what time of year you are going to Iceland, your trip will be very different. The winters are known for their unpredictable and often times harsh weather, while the summer is full of greenery and long hours of sunlight.Read More