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With our four year wedding anniversary this past month, we decided to go away for one night just the two of us. With travel basically being nonexistent these past (almost) two years (thanks Covid), a small getaway was very much needed. I found an off the grid tiny house on Airbnb, and thought that something […]

November 4, 2021

Enjoying A Weekend Off The Grid

The first question we got asked when we told people we were going to Iceland for our honeymoon was, “Why Iceland?” We even were asked that while on our honeymoon, and to be honest, it’s a very simple answer. We wanted an adventure! While sitting on the beach and enjoying tropical beverages did sound amazing, we […]

June 26, 2018

Why Iceland?

A part of me wishes we went on our honeymoon right away. That we had woken up the morning after our wedding, rushed to the airport and flew to a relaxing vacation away from all the stress of life and wedding planning. But after going through it all, I am so glad we waited. Brian […]

June 20, 2018

The Benefits of Waiting to Take Your Honeymoon

Traveling can be exhausting, especially if you have a long international flight! Over the years, I have found some ways to beat the dreaded jet lag and wanted to share some tips and tricks! 1. Fight The Time Change Whether you’re traveling across the country, or to the other side of the world, the fastest […]

June 16, 2018

Beating Jet Lag

Packing for flights can sometimes be a dreaded task. What do you bring? What if your flights is delayed? Etc. Having the right items in your carry-on bag can sometimes make all the difference when you’re traveling. Here are my carry-on go-to’s for easy travel (domestic or abroad). Snacks & Water Bottle Save yourself the trouble […]

June 12, 2018

Carry-On Essentials

With the Royal Wedding less than two days away, I became inspired to write about our time in London a few years ago. Before my senior year of college, I studied abroad in Rome, and after my last class, my husband and I traveled to London for a few days before heading back to the […]

May 17, 2018

Wandering Around London

Before the busy Summer sets in, a few girlfriends and I decided to take a weekend trip to Lake Geneva. A quick little getaway before our schedules explode and the only time we will see each other is at bridal showers or weddings. Surprisingly, this was our first EVER girls weekend! And I was honestly […]

May 15, 2018

Girls Weekend in Lake Geneva

During our time in Norway, we decided to venture out to the countryside after a day of exploring Oslo. Throughout the country, Norway can experience many different temperatures and weather conditions, so traveling through it was quite a sight. Some areas were covered in clouds and snow (in mid-August), while others, had temps of 70! Before our […]

April 18, 2018

Norwegian Countryside & Sognefjord

My husband and I traveled to Northern Europe a few summers ago, and Oslo was our final stop before heading back to Milwaukee. We were so excited to visit, because we are both part Norwegian and we couldn’t wait to experience the culture and see the infamous Norwegian countryside. We only stayed in Oslo for […]

April 12, 2018

A Day in Oslo

On our trip to Europe last summer, we visited three countries. My favorite, by far, was Denmark. As soon as we got of of the train in Copenhagen and began our walk to our AirB&B, I knew that I was going to love the short three days we had there. The city was so beautiful and […]

April 12, 2017

Exploring Copenhagen

During our time in Dublin, we spent a lot of time exploring the sites, shopping for aran wool and claddagh rings, and eating some good, hardy food. Of course, our list of things to do involved drinking lots of Irish whiskey and Guinness, and while I never actually kept count, I must have tried at least […]

March 17, 2017

Whiskey Drunk: And Other Dublin Experiences

This past summer I was lucky enough to check a few more countries off of my bucket list. On top of traveling with my fiancĂ©, I was able to travel with one of oldest and best friends on her first time out of the United States. Our first stop? Ireland. As we flew into Dublin, […]

March 9, 2017

The Beauty of Ireland

This past month, Brian and I took our very first road trip together to Nashville! A couple of our friends were headed down for a weekend of fun and football, so we decided to tag along. Brian and I are seasoned drivers since our relationship was long distance for a while, and we live in […]

November 28, 2016

Nashville Roadtrip

International travel is a truly amazing experience, but knowing what to pack can be stressful. Here’s a list of a few things that should be in everyone’s suitcase other than your choice of clothing… A Detailed Itinerary As a Travel Advisor, making an itinerary for even a weekend trip is a no brainer for me. […]

November 4, 2016

Packing Tips for International Travel

With our European vacation less than 2 months away, I thought it would be fitting to write a post about how to save on expensive travel! Here are some helpful tips for saving and budgeting while you’re booking your next big trip… 1. Apply for a credit card with miles/travel points Getting a credit card with […]

June 22, 2016

Saving Tips for Expensive Travel

The summer after my freshman year of college, I decided to travel to Costa Rica to volunteer with International Student Volunteers (ISV). I was 18 and had no idea what to expect. Most people go to Costa Rica for a relaxing time at a resort… I was going to be living in the rainforest doing conservation […]

May 20, 2016

5 Things I Learned While Living in the Rainforest

This past summer, my friend and I were talking about how she had never really traveled and how she wants to explore the world. After telling her to “seize the day,” I thought to myself, “why not plan a trip together?!” We started planning our European adventure in September of last year and picking where to go […]

April 26, 2016

European Adventure 2016

I guess you could say that I have always loved to travel. Every since I was little, my parents would take my brother and I on weekend trips and family vacations. From marveling at Mt. Rushmore, to parasailing in the Gulf of Mexico, to strolling down Pier 49 in San Fransisco, my parents really fostered my love […]

April 2, 2016

Why I’m a Wanderluster