Some people will scream just at the thought of traveling with children; but it doesn’t have to be a nightmare! With a little extra thought and planning, traveling with kids can be a fun and rewarding experience. Keep reading for a few tips to make the trip fun for the whole family. Plan… Continue reading Traveling with Kids? It Doesn’t Have To Be A Nightmare!
In 2007 I was fortunate enough to take part in a study abroad program through OSU. It was a summer class that traveled to Japan and we learned about the cultural differences and medical practices of Athletic Training (this is what my degree is in). When I heard about this opportunity, I knew it was… Continue reading Japan-My Trip of a Lifetime
I admit it! I am a second generation over-packer! I have so many memories of my mom stuffing multiple suitcases for every trip. Then when it was time to load everything, my dad would gripe about how much she packed. Every. Single. Time! Now that I'm an adult, I tend to pack generously as well!… Continue reading General Packing Tips
One of my favorite things about traveling is getting to experience the food! If I am traveling somewhere new, I will hardly ever eat at a chain restaurant. I want to eat with the locals! Why eat at an Applebee's while I’m on vacation when I can eat there any time? When planning your trip,… Continue reading My Quest: The Perfect Bite
Because I have a weakness for cruising, I thought I would share some tips on cruising the high seas! My last cruise was on the Carnival Freedom; I can't wait to cruise again! In my opinion, cruises are so much fun! Whether you’ve never cruised before, or you are an old pro at cruising; I… Continue reading Cruisin’ For A Good Time!
Of all the cities in Texas, San Antonio is by far one of my favorites! It is such a fun place. Everywhere you look there is entertainment, history, amazing restaurants, and educational activities. The list is endless! One of the most famous landmarks of San Antonio is the Alamo. This piece of history speaks for… Continue reading San Antonio: One of my favorite places in Texas