How To: Making The Most of Budget Airlines

Though I've never taken a flight with Spirit or Frontier airlines, budget airlines based in the United States, I've taken a few trips with European budget airlines, EasyJet and Norwegian, and Asia's AirAsia, and their policies are pretty identical.  When perusing various travel groups and blogs, it seems that people either love or hate budget … Continue reading How To: Making The Most of Budget Airlines

A Day/Weekend in Pittsburgh, PA (Bucketlist)

If you ever find yourselves in western Pennslyvania, which you certainly should, the great city of Pixburg' is not to be missed. My hometown. Full of the most "southern" people you'll meet, north of the Mason Dixon line. With our pleasant "Pittsburghese", with words like "yinz" replacing "y'all" or "you guys", this historical city and … Continue reading A Day/Weekend in Pittsburgh, PA (Bucketlist)

In the midst of COVID-19, when can I start traveling again?

Catch flights not feelings crew, y'all alright? After canceling my 4th trip and counting, I am growing restlessly tired, anxious to finally use my passport again, and touch down to somewhere new.  As an avid wanderer, travel is my form of self-care. I want to preface this article with the idea that it is okay … Continue reading In the midst of COVID-19, when can I start traveling again?

Bermuda: The Local Experience

It's not too often that I have the opportunity to explore a new culture from the perspective of a true local. Sometimes I am unable to get this "local" experience due to a lack of connections at a given location, a concern for safety, or even the disinterest from those in the group that I … Continue reading Bermuda: The Local Experience