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Once Driven, Forever Travel.

Once Driven, Forever Travel.

Traveling is difficult when you go for long stretches at a time, but you always come back refreshed, feeling that you've accomplished something. I'm on my knees before I go anywhere in this world.

Travel for a professional

Travel for a professional

I've been lucky enough that I can gather all sorts of experiences and find inspiration by traveling around and by spending time with people I admire.

Travel Innovate Your World.

Travel Innovate Your World.

When I am traveling in a carriage, or walking after a good meal, or during the night when I cannot sleep; it is on such occasions that ideas flow best and most abundantly.

10 of the Best Solo Road Trips in the USA

With everything going on in the world right now, a solo road trip has never sounded so appealing. Being out on the open road solo is liberating –adhering to your own schedule, moving at your own pace, and packing your OWN road snacks.

What’s not to love? So pack a bag, turn off those email notifications, and hit the road BMTM style! Here’s our list of the best road trips for solo travelers:

10. Pacific Coast Highway, California

camping in big sur
Camping along Pacific Coast Highway in Big Sur at Ventana Campground is just one of the many ways to enjoy this breathtaking trip!

It’s no secret that California is a road trip heaven all year round with its amazing Pacific Ocean views and wide expanses of open road waiting to be traversed. Take your pick from beginning as far south as the Mexico border or as far north as the Oregon border

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9 Essential things to Know about the Golden Canyon in Death Valley

The Golden Canyon in Death Valley National Park is probably the most famous hike in the park, and for good reason.

As you hike along these gorgeous badlands, layers of color begin to unfold that change dramatically throughout the day’s different lighting conditions. It’s one of the most unique hikes I’ve ever done and having hiked it twice, I’ve got lots of tips to share with you on how to have an amazing Golden Canyon hike:

1. When to Hike the Golden Canyon

red cathedral golden canyon

Death Valley National Park is not a summertime destination, at least in my opinion. The hottest temperature ever recorded was in Death Valley at 134°F, or 56.7°C.

I’ve only ever hiked it in January and December, and even then it felt warm.

Each time I’ve started with several layers and shed all but the base throughout the day as it went from sunrise to midday, so

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6 Hacks for Staying Warm in Cold Weather

This sponsored post features products from Stanley, with genuine reviews after testing each product:

When the winter chill comes this California girl gets excited. It feels like after a lifetime of living without snow, I’ve got lost time to make up for.

I used to think winter would be so painfully cold, but even up until -30, I’ve learned that it’s more down to outfit choices and having the right gear with you to keep you (and your food and drinks!) warm. Here are the hacks I’ve learned from Tahoe to the arctic:

Bring Hot Food and Beverages

keep warm outside in winter

Few things are more satisfying than a warm sip of coffee or soup when out in a winter wonderland. Plus, if it’s really cold enough out, your water could freeze if it’s not insulated enough.

How much insulation is enough insulation? Well friends, I tested a bunch of options from Stanley, both

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The Best Airbnbs To Dream of In Lake Tahoe

Dreaming of a winter wonderland, a secluded cabin for two, or a place to share with friends?

When the time is right and you’re heading to my neck of the woods, here are seven amazing Airbnbs in Lake Tahoe to consider whether you’re solo, a couple, looking to isolate away from everyone and everything, or are planning for a future friend getaway.

Best Airbnb for solo travelers

Modern Retro Cabin

If a comforting stay is in the cards for your venture to Lake Tahoe, tiny homes are a great place to stay. This quaint cabin is located in a tiny home village, but gives enough privacy for visitors to have some space. Click here to book this Airbnb.

  • Location: The Airbnb is located on North Lake Tahoe, on the California side.
  • Nearby Attractions: The cabin is by North Lake Tahoe’s Agate Bay. Besides being surrounded by restaurants, the lake is
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Best Places to Stay in Death Valley

Death Valley may sound intimidating, and to some degree it is. It holds the record for having the highest temperature ever recorded on Earth, and its sweltering heat also makes it the nation’s driest national park.

But behind the deathly name lies gorgeous land formations, salt pans, and trails. In fact, Death Valley is the largest national park in the lower 48! This destination is worth a stay over multiple days, and having the right accommodation is key to making the most of this desert trip.

With such a variety of lodging options within the park, here’s a guide on the best places to stay in Death Valley:

Private Accomodation

The Oasis at Death Valley

If you’re willing to spend a little more cash for your trip, The Oasis at Death Valley is the closest you’ll get to a luxury experience there. The property has three accommodation options: The

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Top 10 Places to Travel

Has the travel bug got you wondering where to travel this year? Here are the top 10 places to travel in 2021 when and if we can travel safely.

These are the best travel destinations for all types of travel: solo-travel, couples travel, family travel, group travel, even business travel.

Scotland and the Scottish Highlands

If you like medieval castles, stunning scenery, hearty food, and perhaps scotch and whiskey, Scotland is your cup of tea. Scotland is one of the best places to travel.

Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, is a cosmopolitan city with culture, fabulous shops, and great restaurants. There’s even a castle!

I visited Edinburgh when I travel hacked Europe. A $23,000 ten day trip to Europe for $633.

Pro-tip: Hike to Arthur’s Seat for a birds eye view of the city.

Whatever you do, do not leave Scotland without visiting the Scottish Highlands. No ifs, no

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