Category Weekly Travel Inspiration

Travel Linkspiration: January 2014

I haven’t done a link round-up in a few months, so, I’m sure you’ve all missed hearing about my excellent taste in internet. When I wasn’t busy curating this list of links last month, I took two trips around New England. One was an overnight to North Conway, New Hampshire with E for our 5-year […]

Travel Linkspiration: September 2013

I can’t believe September is already over, and I’m leaving for India in less than a week, and when I get back (October 29th) it will basically be November. Everything I’m planning right now is based around November. I’ll pitch that story, write that post, work more hours, etc. in November, which is so weird […]

Travel Linkspiration July 2013

I spent July settling into my new apartment in Revere, MA, watching Orange is the New Black, and attempting to take my writing career seriously. The rumors are true: freelancing isn’t easy. The one trip I took in July was to a lakeside cabin in New Hampshire where I spent a few days with some […]

Travel Linkspiration: May 2013

During May, I roadtripped through the Southeastern United States, spent a weekend in rural Maine, and visited Canada for the second time in my life. I took a photo of this Moose Mountie in Toronto’s CN Tower. He looks like a fun guy, no? In case you missed it, here’s what else happened around the […]

Weekly Travel Inspiration: Shanghai Calling

You may have noticed that Weekly Travel Inspiration has been branching out to include book reviews, enough book reviews that I gave them their own category. Well, this is a movie review. So, I guess further branching out was in order. China has never been high on my list of countries to visit, and I […]

Weekly Travel Inspiration: The Good Girl’s Guide to Getting Lost by Rachel Friedman

This weekly travel inspiration is for everyone graduating college this month or otherwise navigating their 20s and trying to decide what to do with themselves. “The Good Girl’s Guide to Getting Lost: A Memoir of Three Continents, Two Friends, and One Unexpected Adventure” is Rachel Friedman’s charming coming-of-age memoir that follows her through her early […]

Weekly Travel Inspiration: Adventures in Travel Vlogging!

This week, I am proud to bring you your weekly travel inspiration in video form! Press play to hear about whales and the two months I spent living and working at an organic farm on Maui. Joyful discussion of humpback whales by me, filming by my boyfriend, E, editing was a joint effort. I hope […]

Weekly Travel Linkspiration: language learning tips, “off the beaten path” travel, and small backpacks

Here’s what you may have missed around the internet this month. terribleminds shares 25 Things Writers Should Know About Traveling, and makes me want to forget all about blogging in favor of writing fiction influenced by my travels. (Don’t worry, I’m going to keep blogging… I might start writing fiction on the side, though.) You […]

Weekly Travel Inspiration: Wanderlove by Kirsten Hubbard

Somewhat cheesy title aside, Kirsten Hubbard’s young adult novel, Wanderlove, is a character driven travel narrative about finding your way back to the person you want to be. It tells the story of 18-year-old Bria Sandoval, who, after giving up on her dreams of art school and getting out of an unhealthy relationship with her […]

Weekly Travel Linkspiration

Maybe I should stop trying to fit words into other words…. While I ponder my syntactical choices, you should check out these awesome links from around the travel blogosphere: Spain, How do I say goodbye? from The Big Travel Theory: Jessica waxes poetic on what sounds like an amazing 6 weeks living in¬†Vilanova i la […]