A few months ago, Josh and I did an episode of our podcast, Overrated/Underrated, about what we like and don’t like about travel. When that episode went live, my awesome blogging buddy, Bill, reached out to me and said that he would love to write a collaboration post about travel. He sent me this quote about Switzerland (from this article) that had absolutely inspired him … Continue reading The Prison of Travel
(TW Disordered Eating) If you’re a regular here, you know all about my issues with disordered eating. I can’t remember a time when I didn’t have some unhealthy thoughts around food, nor can I remember a time when I didn’t obsess about everything that I ate (and subsequently, my weight). With the introduction of Kelsey, my new dietitian, into my life, I’ve been trying to … Continue reading Celebrating Food
Here’s a fun fact about me that you might not have known: I didn’t really start driving until I was 22 and had a job. Sure, I got my license before I left for college, but I didn’t like driving nor did I have a car, so I put it off as much as I could. Now that I have to drive regularly, I am … Continue reading The Oath of the Perpetual Passenger
I’ve never been the biggest fan of driving or taking forever to get somewhere, so flying has become a necessary evil in my life. I’m not going to drive to Disney, but I’m also not going to not go to Disney, you know? While I’m not technically afraid of flying, I also don’t love it. There are some people who actually enjoy flying ― I … Continue reading The Necessary Evil That Is: Flying
I’ve done some difficult things in my life. I graduated from college with two majors and a minor. I’ve battled with depression. I’ve suffered loss and grief. I’ve even made myself talk to a human at a drive-through when the Dunkin’ app sent my coffee order to the wrong store. None of that was quite as difficult as planning my own vacation. There’s a lot … Continue reading Why Would Anyone Want to Plan Their Own Vacation?