Tag: travel

So You Want to Take Your Dog to Canada, Eh?

So You Want to Take Your Dog to Canada, Eh?

This post is for all of my crazy dog peeps out there who love traveling with their pups, but don’t know where to start as far as crossing an international border with them. In my last post, I shared some pictures of our trip to […]

Planes are Lame: A Defense for the Dying Art of Road Tripping

Planes are Lame: A Defense for the Dying Art of Road Tripping

It’s probably not going to come as a shock to anyone that I enjoy taking trips in my car. I’m not really too sure if there was a specific point in my life when driving became my preferred method of traveling, but I think it […]

Setting Intention and Finding Direction: How Van Life Changed Me

Setting Intention and Finding Direction: How Van Life Changed Me

This summer, my husband and I spent a few months traveling full time in our van. Although our traveling days aren’t quite over, (we’ve still got one more van trip in the works before we settle down) these past several weeks we’ve spent on the […]

Getting Stuck in the Desert and other Shitty Things: Life Lessons in Week 2 of Van Life

Getting Stuck in the Desert and other Shitty Things: Life Lessons in Week 2 of Van Life

The longer we live on the road the more evident it becomes that van life has a lot to teach us about life as a whole. It’s almost as if life itself shrunk with our living quarters and van life is this tiny little cross-section […]

Beer > Champagne: How I did New Years Wrong

Beer > Champagne: How I did New Years Wrong

If ringing in the New Year is supposed to involve a lot of glitter and champagne, I definitely did not do it right this year. I spent the last two days of 2016 in my car with my dogs driving from my parents’ home in […]

Lonely but Never Alone: A Story for Wanderers and their Restless Souls

Lonely but Never Alone: A Story for Wanderers and their Restless Souls

This story was not at all what I intended to write when I sat down at my computer, but sometimes the unintended things are the most important. Our world is woven so tightly together by the internet and social media that it’s easy to feel […]

Back to School or Across the County: Moving Hacks for Every Tumbleweed Chaser

Back to School or Across the County: Moving Hacks for Every Tumbleweed Chaser

I don’t think I was prepared for the number of times I was called Dorothy when I moved from Florida to Kansas the first time before my husband and I got married. If you want to be funny and original, quote one of the only […]