How to Teach English from Anywhere You Have Internet

Teachers, educators, lend me your ears! Are you tired? Burned out? Ready to leave your 7 am to midnight lifestyle of grading papers, lesson planning, and crying into your ice cream while binging FRIENDS? Don’t worry, compadre. I’ve got the hook-up.  Look, I get it. You are a teacher because you’re passionate about kids. You […]

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The Drunk Girl’s Guide to Managua, Nicaragua

While Nicaragua is top destination for surfers, adrenaline junkies, and beach bums, its capitol city is a bit of a headscratcher for tourists looking for noteworthy things to do. After a tragic earthquake left the city all but demolished in 1977, main roads and the historic old city were never updated or reconstructed. As a […]

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A Local’s Guide to the Best Sushi in Denver

I pride myself in being a bit of a sushi snob. This might surprise you since I am a Denver native and Colorado isn’t exactly known for its proximity to the ocean nor for its maritime cuisine. However, that isn’t to say that the Mile High City doesn’t have its fair share of delicious Japanese […]

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How I Reached 1 Million Views on Pinterest in My First Week of Blogging

Blogging can be difficult and confusing. As much as blogging has always interested me, excited me, and infused passion in my love of travel, no on can argue that blogging isn’t a veritable mindbender at the beginning of the journey.  Since 2014, I have tried (and failed) to start a successful blog no less than […]

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7 Reasons to Visit San Fransisco in 2019

I’ve been an international traveler from a young age, taking my first trip out of the country at the age of 13. I’ve always longed for far away places, exotic views, and emotive experiences that make my adrenaline rush. While international travel is a healthy passion, sometimes I forget that my nation is home to […]

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5 Things to Know Before Hiking Rainbow Mountain

At 5,200 meters altitude and boasting Instagram-worthy landscapes, Rainbow Mountain (or monte de siete colores) is without a doubt a bucket list item for thousands of people around the globe. The colorful mountain was definitely a must-do item for me during my time in Peru, and boy was it a crazy day! Here are five things every traveler should […]

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Why Tunisia is Safe for Women (and 7 Things You MUST Do There)

Oh, the Middle East, the Middle East. How we love your romantic, dusky desert panoramas, spice markets, and unbeatable, greasy shawarma. Oh how we can’t stand the systematic oppression of women in so many of your lands. And OH how many different responses we receive when we announce our travel plans to cities within your […]

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5 Things to Put on Your León, Nicaragua Bucket List

How to beat the heat and live in the sun in one of Nicaragua’s top tourist locations! TRAVEL. Because money returns, but time doesn’t. León is one of the last places I’ve ventured to Nicaragua, and I took my time getting here because I just wasn’t sure if it was worth the four hour drive […]

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