It is really hard to believe that it’s already been a year since we made the crazy decision to sell (nearly) everything, buy a RV and trade out our high-rise Seattle digs for a life on the road, traveling full time.
It probably sounds crazy to some of you – because it did to me too when I was first presented with the opportunity. Living in 250ish square feet and not having an address sounded absolutely insane.
But honestly, as much as I adore the city of Seattle,…

Sanibel Island, Florida

Key West Travel Guide

After spending the entire month of May in Key West, I feel like we had a really good grasp on the most drool-worthy food, incredible experiences and what’s actually worth spending money on in the Southernmost Point of the United States.
First, here are some things you should know:

May is the off-season (when we went) and it was so lovely! Less people, discounts galore and tropical weather. It’s a sweet spot in between the spring break rush and when summer travels start….


This post is sponsored by Foster Grant sunglasses, but all opinions are my own.

It is kind of crazy to think we’ve been traveling Florida for over six weeks now. Sure, I had been here on Spring Break back in the day and like many tourists, headed straight to Daytona Beach or Orlando. I have really enjoyed finding the less tainted parts of Florida and experiencing everything this sunny state has to offer.
If you didn’t know this already, we are spending all of May in Key West….

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

Affordable St. Thomas Travel Guide

St. Thomas is one of three major islands within the U.S. Virgin Islands, in the Caribbean. The U.S. Virgin Islands are located right next to the British Virgin Islands. This Caribbean oasis has only 50,000 residents, yet has more than 2,000,000 visitors per year (mainly by way of cruise ship). Being that it is a U.S. territory, it is very easy to get around because everyone speaks perfect english. It is best known for its beautiful beaches (including Magens Bay –…