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Road Trip to Asheville, NC

I’ve talked about my love for the mountains and Asheville many times before on this blog. It should be no surprise that when we found out that Brian’s schedule would give us enough time to drive the 8 hours to Asheville and back, we certainly took advantage of it. Nowadays, we plan our trips pretty spontaneously and this one was one of the most last minute trips to date. Tuesday evening while eating dinner, we were discussing what we should do with our free time together for  ...

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A Weekend in Raleigh, NC

It has been Brian and mine’s goal to check out the different cities in North Carolina because we love the south and dream of living there. A few years ago when I was talking about wanting to move out of state, Brian mentioned Asheville to me. I fell in love with the pictures of mountains. On our way home from our Myrtle Beach vacation in 2015, we drove to Asheville to hang out for a few hours (literally 3 hours). Of course it was as amazing as I had imagined, but Brian wasn’t  ...

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Wanderlust: My Travel Bucket List

As I get older, the more traveling possibilities I see. I hear about amazing places and add them to my list. My best friend recently honeymooned in Tennessee. I never considered visiting the mountains there (Nashville, yes. Mountains, no.), but she said it is so refreshing. I have so many other places I need to see. I hope that I get the chance and I hope that I can document these adventures on the blog! I’ll also be using some of my favorite ways to travel on a budget. Here is the  ...

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Budget Travel Tips: Booking a Place to Stay

I absolutely love traveling and seeing new places…who doesn’t!? Thankfully, I have a job where I have a generous amount of paid time off, so that is one thing that makes traveling so doable for me. Even if it wasn’t PTO, I would still travel. Other than that, I am constantly looking for ways to travel on a budget. I am not one of those people who thinks a hotel at $100 a night is affordable, so bear with me if you have a practically $0 budget just like me. Speaking of  ...

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