One Word: Travel

Believe it or not, I was never much for traveling. I was a complete homebody and dreaded the idea of being away (with the exception of a week spent on Hilton Head Island – A family vacay tradition). But that all ended when John and I jet-setted away for our honeymoon to Punta Cana this past May. It was a stressful journey (two Type-A planners on a flight out of the country for the first time did not make for calm travel), but it was all worth it in the end, laying amongst the palm trees on our own private cabana. Now I’ve got the travel bug and can’t wait to fly somewhere new. Although the reality of our future travel plans are all state-side, there’s no reason I can’t dream the dream of a European adventure. Someday…

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8 thoughts on “One Word: Travel

  1. Alex Landar

    I am so glad to hear that! I ❤ travel~~~ I can't wait to travel but each time I travel, I need a few years to recuperate…. well, I guess that's a bad thing about not travelling with family. No one to cushion your finances. Lols

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  2. mybrightlife

    Nothing inspires me more – creatively, than a little stint somewhere other than home. Even the shortest trip can do wonders! State-side or cross- continent, go, go, go!!!

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  3. Grant

    One of the easiest ways to cut costs when taking a roadtrip is to tagalong for someone else’s ride, or offer to take someone with you to split the costs of the trip. Even if you only take one person in the car with you, you can cut your costs in half. And if you don’t have access to a vehicle, it can be a lot cheaper to ride along with someone else rather than renting a car. Nowadays, there’s even smartphone apps that let you search for travel companions on the fly: http://us.amovens.com/en.

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