Tag: Travel


Located at the center of the town square, Concord’s Colonial Inn has witnessed hundreds of years of history in the making outside its front door. I was looking forward to exploring the history during my visit to Concord, but I was even more excited when I discovered that I could spend the night at the Colonial Inn, a building that has seen the town and the community develop...

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The hot summer night enveloped me in all of its grandeur. I looked around at the piazza, bustling and lit up in the dark. There were vanishing vespas all around me, smells deliciously wafting over head, and the faint accordion’s lingering note coming down the cobblestones to reach my ears. It was one of those moments in the movies, where everything stops, and you take...

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  What if I told you that someone could read all the information from your credit cards, debit cards, drivers license, and passport without even scanning or swiping them? What if I told you they could do all that without ever seeing any of those items? This is entirely possible due to something called RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) and it happens a lot more often than...

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With all the new tools and technology constantly competing for our attention, it can be overwhelming to determine which ones are going to be worthwhile to invest in. Today I’m focusing on a highly beneficial tool for the other bloggers out there that will help you stay organized and rock your social media marketing with less effort. Many of you have likely heard of CoSchedule, but if you...

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As the largest city in Switzerland, Zurich is the financial center of the country and happens to sit right on the beautiful Lake Zurich where it flows into the River Limmat. This culturally rich hot spot with a contemporary flare continues to be recognized as one of the world’s most livable cities. It may not be the cheapest destination, but it’s worth a visit even...

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There’s something about mountains that never fail to captivate me.  These looming formations can kiss the clouds and cast shadows over villages. They cause jaws to drop in awe and inspire people to dream and challenge themselves to accomplish immense feats. Sometimes they just feel like home. And of course, they offer spectacular views if you make the trek to the top. Sure you can take...

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Having a good backpack is one of the most important ways to start off a day hike on the right foot. Especially since I am petite, it can be challenging to find the right size backpack that can store my belongings while also being comfortable and not weighing me down. The Vortex Day Pack by Outdoor Products was the perfect choice for Brandon and I to...

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If you’re going to splurge on anything in San Diego, spend your money on the food! There are so many delicious choices for all meals, including dessert. Whether you are craving Italian, Japanese, American, or something totally different, there is a high chance you will find something in San Diego that suits your preferences. Check out some of my favorites below, and let me know...

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Travel Moments: Hannah and Adam of Getting Stamped The moment in our travels where the little things were some of the most memorable came when we were camping under the stars in Africa. The night sky is something we never really paid attention to at home, but when we’re traveling it’s one of those little things we look forward to. There is something extra special...

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