This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Apple Vacations for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. Fall is here which means the leaves are changing and the temperature is dropping. Personally, I prefer summer. I like feeling the hot sun on my skin and being able to dive into a cool pool or river. Sure, fall is nice for bonfires and gold toned Instagram opps, but at the end of the day fall means that winter is right around the corner. And in my book, all that winter is good for is planning your winter getaway.… View Post

I’ve been traveling a lot lately. Since May I’ve gone to New York twice, Seattle once, I leave for Omaha on Friday and the week after I get back from Omaha I’m heading to Buenos Aires so I’m all about finding new ways I can save money while traveling. Full disclosure: New York and Omaha are business trips, so my major expenses (flight + boarding) are covered, but other expenses add up if you’re not careful!   I love to travel, but my wallet isn’t nearly as fond of my adventures. I got my first job at fifteen and have been… View Post

I lived in New York for a lot of 2016, and have visited twice for work in 2017. Whenever someone asks me what I miss most about living in the city, the answer is easy. The food. Living in New York means you have access to whatever you want to eat. Even more, just about anything can be delivered to you in 25 minutes or less. Whenever I visit I feel like I discover a new hidden gem and I want to start sharing my must see’s in New York. With that said, it only felt natural to start off with… View Post

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