My Boston Wish List: 5 things I Don’t Want To Miss

Boston has been on my must-see list for quite some time. From what I’ve read the blend of history, architecture and nightlife it’s not a city to miss. Obviously its close proximity to Toronto doesn’t hurt its appeal either! I’ve put together a Boston wish list has a set up for when I eventually do

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How to See Most of New York City In Three Days

Even the most seasoned of travellers would not be able to see everything there is to see in New York City in 3 days. Heck, you’d struggle to see it all in a week. However, Ben and I definitely gave it our best shot this month when we travelled to New York City for a

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Leave Your Daily Hell: Charming Hotels in the Deep South

The only states I’ve visited in Southern United States is Florida. While Florida is great, it just doesn’t have the same history that states like Tennesse, Texas or Kentucky. I would love to visit to any of these places whenever I can. The thought of experiencing the slow way of life, the unbelievable food and

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How I Find And Book The Best Flight Deals

I get asked how I find the best flight deals quite often. It’s either that or the age old question how do you afford to travel so much? The thing is, I’m not always travelling on insane deals because I can’t. Having a full-time job means it can be difficult for me to pick up and leave

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Iceland Budget For A 10 Day Trip

Figuring out a realistic Iceland budget can be a little difficult. When I was researching our trip I found it hard to narrow down an actual Iceland budget or idea about how much we would be spending. Perhaps this was a good thing because had I known, we may have pushed the trip off for another

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Tailwind: Top Outdoor Adventures and Trips for Families

Obviously I don’t have kids so ‘family vacations’ are necessarily something you’ll find in my cookie searches. However when I came across this blog post I thought it was fitting because I am a very big fan of outdoor adventures. Plus, pretty much every one of these destinations is pretty near the top of my

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What To Do In Lake Myvatn, Iceland

Lake Myvatn was the biggest fail of our 10 day trip to Iceland. Not because it was a let down, it was actually quite the opposite, mainly because for whatever reason the day we decided to tour around Lake Myvatn everything seemed to go wrong. We fought path closures, excessive bugs, snow and smells so

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Travelling Through The Northeastern United States

Being from Toronto, the Northeastern States are located close by, relatively speaking. So close in fact, that it’s not often you hear of someone travelling to New Haven or Dover for a vacation. Perhaps it’s the ‘too close to home’ syndrome where it doesn’t feel like an actual vacation unless you are boarding a plane

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July Monthly Income Report: $274.30

July saw my biggest increase in income and traffic. Last month was so busy I saw a dip in my monthly income. This month I wanted to make up for it and focused a little more on making sure I had published a few more posts and took on a few more opportunities. This month I

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8 Ways to Make Long Distance Work

Long distance relationships are hard and no one is going to tell you any different. It seems like so long ago now, the FaceTime calls, the struggle with time difference, the international trips back and forth, the waiting, the longing and the frustration that comes with dating someone from another country. You may or may

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