Traveler Tuesday – Adelina of Pack Me To

I love doing this series as I truly get to "meet" a lot of truly remarkable people. Which is true in Adelina's case. But also I virtually "try out" people as potential travel partners in my head and I am convinced that this part-time travel blogger and full-time adventurer would be a perfect match for me!  Adelina grew up in a family that traveled a lot (like mine), fell head over heels in love … [Read more...]

Weekend Explorations: Things to do in Tucson

Let me just get this out of the way. Tucson is awesome! It only took one weekend in town to fall completely head over heels in love. And we are already planning to return.  We knew when we started researching things to do in Tucson that there was way too much to see in a single weekend, but trust me, we made a valiant effort! Okay, clearly I need a lot more practice taking photos in front … [Read more...]

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Traveler Tuesday – Marie-France of Big Travel Nut

I've always been impressed by solo female travelers. The only solo travel I've done has been business travel or super short domestic trips. And although I haven't met Marie-France of the Big Travel Nut personally, she's a member of the greater BlogHouse community, and I am honored to have her.  Marie-France has been traveling solo for over 2 decades and offers lots of advice and information on her … [Read more...]

San Francisco Profiles – San Francisco’s Western Addition/Japantown with Paroma

A little piece of my heart and soul will always belong to San Francisco and despite moving out of the area and settling into Phoenix, I will still visit.  San Francisco is a thriving, ever-changing city, one that takes lots of time to explore thoroughly, which is why I am still making my way through the neighborhoods with my San Francisco Profiles series. Today I'd like to introduce you to … [Read more...]

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Traveler Tuesday – Kit of The Kittchen

My first day at BlogHouse in Indianapolis I had the pleasure of sitting next to Kit of The Kittchen. As the day progressed and I learned more and more about this travel and food blogger, founder and cookbook author, I couldn't help but be impressed.  It seems like she is constantly on the go, but yet still has time to foster a thriving blogging resource community in Chicago where she currently … [Read more...]

Travel Tuesday – Ed & Jennifer of Coleman Concierge

I'm so excited to introduce you to today's travel blogger! Although I met Jennifer in Indianapolis this past June at BlogHouse, Coleman Concierge is actually a dynamic, adventure-loving duo! Ed and Jennifer make adventure look easy, after reading Jennifer's post about doing an aerial ropes course in Hamilton County outside of Indianapolis (which she did with our recent Traveler Tuesday … [Read more...]

Travel Tuesday – Katie of Traveling Spud

I hope you are enjoying the 2017 season of Traveler Tuesday because I love the bloggers that I'm interviewing.  Each traveler is so different, shaped by their experiences and the journeys they take, it's fascinating! Today I'm introducing you to another blogger I met in Indianapolis this past June at BlogHouse. Not only is Katie of Traveling Spud a world traveler, but she's an incredible … [Read more...]

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Travel Tuesday – Brianna of Archives of Adventure

We're back! After re-launching a new season of Traveler Tuesday with Ric of Global Gaz last week, I return to introduce you to another Boghouser I met in Indianapolis in June, Brianna of Archives of Adventure.  In fact, I'm going to acquaint you with a whole slew of travel bloggers from BlogHouse, because honestly, it was one cool collection of peeps! Brianna focuses on those who "live average … [Read more...]

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Traveler Tuesday – Ric of Global Gaz

Hey, gang! The new season of Traveler Tuesday is here! Each week I will be introducing you to a different travel blogger via my interview series. I'm passionate about meeting travelers from all walks of life and seeing how they translate their passions online.  To kick off the 2017 group I've got a very special traveler, Ric Gazarian of Global Gaz. I had the honor of meeting Ric in Indianapolis … [Read more...]

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Top Tacos in El Paso

Disclosure: This post was created in collaboration with InterContinental Hotels Group. As always, all experiences and opinions are my own. I grew up an Army brat moving every two or three years to a new state or a new country. I don't remember all the details about every place I lived, but I do have fragments that make for a really great childhood full of fond memories. Given my devout interest … [Read more...]

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