Wandering Freely

Looking for new ideas or a quick guide to a specific city? Check out these free solo (or with friends!) trip itineraries!

Can’t find someone to travel with? Then go alone! Here’s how.

Need help? Whether it’s the finishing touches of your trip planning or you just need someone to push you to buy that ticket, I’m here to help!

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Magic or Major Tourist Trap?: How To Visit Cinque Terre

Magic or Major Tourist Trap?: How To Visit Cinque Terre

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Ciao Amico, I hope you are well. It’s a rainy day here at my second farm in Italy, therefore I felt it was finally a good time to do some blogging. I just finished my trip through Cinque Terre two weeks ago and it was wonderful. I had the opportunity to visit all five villages […]

My First Few Days in Italy and Resources to Help You Get To where You Want To Go

My First Few Days in Italy and Resources to Help You Get To where You Want To Go

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    Ciao Amico! How are you? Already my trip has been very successful. I know it’s only been two days, but my first farm has exceeded all of my expectations. I walked into the kitchen and immediately saw this jug of wine. At that moment I knew that I had come to the right […]

About Me

Hello Friend!

Welcome to my blog that is all about helping young professional women seeking great adventures while maintaining a budget and taking their hard-earned vacation time! In 2016 alone, 662 million vacation days were left unused. Women are more likely than men to say vacation time is important, however that’s clearly not their behavior since only 44 percent of women used all their vacation time in 2016. Women also report experiencing more stress than men at home and at work. With higher stress levels, guilt, and workload concerns women are less likely to use all of their time off. The worst part of it all is that women worry more than men about vacation making them seem less committed to their job (1). YIKES.
I understand the challenges of managing work along with family, social and financial obligations or even a two-year intensive Master’s program (that was me…). Adding a vacation to plan on top of all those things isn’t always high on the priority list. Regardless it’s time we change those numbers!
I’ve been through it all when it comes to traveling alone and with friends and I’m here to help you save money while planning you’re perfect getaway. So whether you are a weekend warrior, a lazy beach goer or looking to take on your first solo trip I am here to take you step by step while sharing my lessons learned along the way.

(1). “The State of American Vacation 2017.” Project: Time Off, 11 Sept. 2017, www.projecttimeoff.com/state-american-vacation-2017.

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