*This post is sponsored by Visit Houston, we received a complimentary stay in Houston as compensation. Whether it be figuratively or literally, constant movement is essential for happiness and growth. If you’re like me, you take that literally. My knack for travel & adventure has always been there, but it wasn’t until recent months as
*This post is sponsored by Visit Houston, we received a complimentary stay in Houston as compensation. If you’ve followed along on social media you know that I just got back from a “bae-cation” with my husband. Visit Houston was kind enough to host us & give us access to the best places in town. Now,
At some point last year I made a realization – my need for a constant change of surroundings & my pure love of experiencing new places is not a bad thing. I have a “free spirit” as my therapist says & with that I decided that 2017 would finally be the year I truly spent
If you follow along on social media you may have seen a couple highlights from this past weekend’s girls roadtrip. My mom, sister, Tahlya & I drove from Salt Lake to Saint George and then to LA. We weren’t gone for long, and we didn’t go too far, but we had a great time!
Growing up I had dreams of traveling. Dreams of spending months and months away from home in far off places with new people, food, and cultures. Big dreams of visiting other countries to do service work. And that was my plan. I didn’t know how I’d get there but that was the plan, to hit
We are all born with a bit of wanderer in us. As day to day life wears on us, most of us slowly lose that beautiful sense of wonder. That excitement in the little things. That will to explore. Call me crazy but I wish for nothing more than for Tahlya to stay curious and