How To Travel Abroad for Under 1,000 Dollars

Travel under $1000

I know what you’re thinking: “How am I going to travel internationally for under $1,000?” Listen, I know it sounds crazy and downright unattainable, but if you stick with me for a little bit; I’ll tell you exactly what I did to make it happen for myself. Airfare Ahhh the place where many of our […]

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Travel Review: Flying AirFrance by Delta

Travel to France

Ahh airfare, one of the most stressful parts of planning any trip. Not only is it a large expense, but you also are trying to find the best flight times and dates. With all the pieces of the never ending airline puzzle floating around, how can you find the best airline, for the best price, […]

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Video: Copenhagen, Denmark

I wanted this video to capture the fun and energy of the city of Copenhagen. It’s a city full of color, culture, cuisine, and couture. This is the footage I was able to capture in the 3 days I was here. I recorded this video with a Hero6 Black on my trip to Denmark. The […]

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Travel Guide: The Blue Lagoon, Iceland

So you’re thinking about going to Iceland, huh? The Blue Lagoon is truly a place unlike any other. It’s magical, relaxing and considered the most luxurious hot spring in the world. It’s a must-see on every travelers bucket list, and soon you’ll see why. But first, I’m here to give you the low-down on everything […]

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Iceland: The Golden Circle

This year for Spring Break, my friends and I decided to go on a trip to Iceland and Copenhagen. Day 1: Reykavik! Yesterday, was our first day here and we settled in by becoming acquainted with our surroundings in Reykjavik. This is our view from the apartment that we are staying in for the next […]

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The Minnesota State Fair

The Minnesota State Fair is the second biggest fair in the United States only behind Texas. Every year around 2 million people come from all over to join the festivities. There is plenty to eat, see, and do at the fair that someone can easily spend their entire day there. As far as food goes, […]

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A Weekend in Berlin

Back in June on my foreign exchange trip, the group I was with spent a few days traveling around Germany. Our first stop was in Munich, and from there we headed to Berlin. We started our time in Berlin by taking a boat tour, where we went down the Isar river and listened to the […]

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Farmers Market Flowers & The Buttered Tin 

This morning began bright and early at 7:00 am and for a Saturday, that’s a lot to ask of anyone. So, after meeting up with my friend Megan and her family, we stopped for a quick (and much-needed) Starbucks run, and then headed to the Saint Paul Farmers Market. Once we walked through all of […]

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An Empire of Coffee

Empire Coffee & Pastry has been a longtime go-to of mine. If not for their fantastic menu, then for the atmosphere created by the white walls, green plants, and an opening wall made up by a garage door. Yes, a garage door. Before this became a cafe it was actually an auto body shop, which […]

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