Work for a globally based company? Want to travel the world without quitting your career? If you're not already travelling internationally for business purposes, negotiating this is your first step. If you are travelling internationally for work, all you have to do is be strategic with project deadlines and PTO or negotiate remote work days. Convincing your … Continue reading How To Get the Most Out Of Your Work Travel
This winery, owned by the Lunardelli family, sits in the Italian countryside in the delineated Piave POV zone, just outside the Veneto region. For three generations, the Lunardelli family has been producing everything from Chardonnay to Cab Franc to Prosecco. I was fortunate enough to be welcomed here by the Lunardelli family and to enjoy … Continue reading VignaLuna
If you only have six days in Ireland, on one hand, the good news is that it's a relatively small island. On the other hand, if you enjoy quaint towns, nice people, a local experience, and well...Guinness, then like me you may find six days just enough to get hooked and leave you wanting so … Continue reading How To Road Trip Around Ireland in 6 Days
A common stopover country, Iceland's popularity with tourism has been on the rise for the past couple years. And if you're looking for a unique and breathtaking getaway (and you have a decent chunk of change to spend) Iceland is absolutely your place. Being an island, just about everything in Iceland is imported, so prepare … Continue reading An Icelandic Adventure
The danish concept of hygge (pronounced hue-geh) encapsulates everything that people love about the holiday season. When the cold makes your cheeks rosy, hygge. Hot glüwein from the brightly lit Christmas market, hygge. Cozy blankets and warm oversized sweaters, hygge. While there is no english equivalent it's a very merry concept that can be felt … Continue reading Hygge: What it is and how to find it.
I was constantly berated with stories of my peers, specifically the wealthier ones I knew through Greek life, going on Christmas vacations to Paris, spending summers in Patagonia, and spending a year of their life exploring Thailand. I was simply not that person. My family was (is) poor and growing up international travel was absolutely … Continue reading I Didn’t Study Abroad & Traveled for the First Time after College Graduation