Passports & Cappuccinos
Passports & Cappuccinos was created in 2016, to share the beauty of traveling and explore the happy things in live. Here, you can find a compilation of travel guides, recipes from around the world, inspirations and anything else life might throw your way.
Every since I was a kid, I have loved traveling to new places. My parents would take my brother and I on trips to places like South Dakota and California, and ritual vacations to Clearwater Beach and Disney World. And even as a child, I was fascinated with exploring new places and cultures. I remember being in awe over seeing Mt. Rushmore, dipping my toes into the Gulf of Mexico and not being able to see the top of the Redwoods no matter how hard I tried.
The first time I traveled out of the country, was when I was 16. I, along with over 200 classmates, traveled to London to perform in a music festival. Since then, I have not been able to keep my feet on the ground for more than a year. Traveling, and everything that goes along with it, is something that I cannot live without! I love researching new places, planning trips and falling in love with new cities! To say that I have wanderlust, is an understatement.
For a glimpse into my home life… I grew up outside of Chicago, but I currently live in Milwaukee with my husband, Brian, and our bunny, Minute. My 9-5 is in Advertising, and I work at an agency here in Milwaukee. In addition to my love for traveling and experiencing other cultures, I also love weddings, photography, interior design, and puppies of any kind.
My passions outside of traveling is where the “cappuccinos” part of the blog comes in. Aside from being one of my favorite beverages, cappuccinos symbolize the warm and fuzzy, the happy things in life, taking time to slow down and enjoy. So on top of travel related post, you will also see a lot of posts inspired by my day-to-day life.
Disclosure policy: All sponsored posts are noted. I work with a few affiliate companies, which means that if you purchase a product through a link, I may earn a commission. As always, all opinions on Passports & Cappuccinos are my own.