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Travel intimidates a lot of people, and I honestly kind of get it (emphasis on kind of). There is a lot left to the unknown. What will happen if I get lost?  Planes/cars/trains crash all the time, so what happens if mine does? What if I forget to pack XYZ? What if I lose my phone? What if I spend more money than I should? There’s a lot of planning required and what if… Read More

  Spy Rock, Massies Mill, VA 22976 Here’s one picture of Spy Rock for you to look at. I’ve been there once, completely forgot to take more pictures, and now you’ll just have to wonder about the view, the hike, and if it’s worthwhile or not. (Hint: it’s worth it. I remember loving this hike because the summit is so different. It wasn’t busy whatsoever when I went.) Maybe I’ll go again,… Read More

Where to begin? Yes, it’s cold. Yes, there’s ice. Yes, they speak English (as well as Icelandic). Yes, some of the natives probably believe in trolls (I might, too, if I grew up there. You’ll have to go to understand why). Iceland is a volcanic island rich with waterfalls, caves, sheep, and fish jerky. They drive on the right side of the road, don’t really care about customer service, and close the roads… Read More

Today we’re featuring our very first guest post! Abby Arend, a 23-year-old Midwesterner, writes about all things travel, adventure, and a healthy lifestyle over on her blog, Abnormal. You can follow her on Instagram @arendabby to see more of her travel adventures photos, but for now, check out what she has to say about the pros and cons of travel!   Like all aspects of life, there are pros and cons to everything, and there is… Read More

Noah and I went to see the total eclipse in South Carolina on August 21st of 2017. It happened at about 2:45 in the afternoon and lasted for two minutes. We got up at an insanely early time in order to drive down to South Carolina in time to find an acceptable place to view the eclipse. We ended up arriving early (which is never a bad thing) and driving through tons… Read More