Travel is something that I have a steep interest in, but until recently I didn’t necessarily have the resources or freedom to pursue it. I’ve been able to visit a handful of incredible places in my 22 years, but I’ve got a bucket list a mile long of other places I’d love to go, too. Because I don’t have the experiences to offer travel guides for some of the coolest locations in the United States (yet!) I thought I’d turn to some of my blog friends and share their travel guides for cities all over the country. p.s. I’m heading to Seattle in… View Post

I feel like whenever I travel there is a battle between wanting to experience all of the things while still saving all of the money. Trips and adventures are a good way to go broke if you’re not careful—between trying new cuisines, spending money on experiences, and having the general ‘treat yo’self’ mentality of vacation, it can get a bit pricey. I try to save money where I can without missing out, and here are my favorite travel resources I have used to make my vacations awesome without breaking the bank. Skyscanner I’ve talked about Skyscanner in the past, and I… View Post

Solo travel sometimes carries certain risks and dangers that you don’t experience when traveling with a partner or a group. Some of these risks are innocent misfortunes, such as getting lost in a new place with no battery on your phone, while others may be more sinister, like being targeted because you’re alone. Whenever I’m getting ready for a solo adventure, I’ve got no less than 7 people (you now who you are, love you) concerned that I, a 21–year–old, somewhat naive–looking, female is traveling alone. And I’ll be honest, the first few times I travelled alone I was scared and I have ended… View Post

Any long–time readers know that Mostly Morgan has gone through a glow up or two in the past three and a half years, and has transformed to fit my life. My goal has always been to stay true to my experiences while still creating content that you enjoy and ask for. When I asked if you were interested in travel I got a resounding yes and took that to heart. I myself have been bit by the travel bug and have wanted to incorporate that here in a big way, and so I’ve got an exciting announcement: June is travel… View Post

  Maybe it’s just me, but summers aren’t complete without a good road trip or two. I’m lucky that I live a few hours from Chicago if I want to visit the city, and a few hours in another direction from awesome hiking spots and small town shops so I always have variety. Some road trips require a ton of planning and prep, but oftentimes they happen on a whim. A spur-of-the-moment suggestion from a friend in your group chat can unfold into a great adventure in just a few hours, and you’re going to want to be ready! Unfortunately,… View Post