I didn’t want to do really anything drastically differently than I do now, I just wanted to do it more consistently and intentionally. So I broke down my word of the year into 4 directional goals for what I’d like to be.
Are you trying to travel more frequently but have a limited amount of time off? Or do you have work flexibility but you’re unsure how to best maximize the time you have? Below you’ll find 7 tips that cover how to make the most of whatever time off you have.
This year, Teddy and I explored 22 states together and then we each took a trip with friends; Teddy went to Kansas for a hunting trip and I went to the Texas panhandle. We took a week long road trip through New England, and then one to South Carolina for his mater’s degree graduation from Clemson. The rest of our travels were either over weekends or during holidays when we already had off.
The trail is 2.3 miles from point to point. It’s not a loop trail, so if you want to go back to the start, you can either go the way you came, or walk along the road back to the parking lot.
In 1978, this New River Gorge was recognized as a National River. In early 2021, it became recognized as a … More
The Original Trail is the most popular trail to get to the Natural Bridge. It starts by the gift shop and then is uphill to the trailhead. From there, you climb 400 or so feet to end up under the Natural Bridge.
My first (and only) trip so far to Yellow Branch Falls in South Carolina was earlier this year. Before that, … More
While South Carolina is known for its beaches, golfing, and history, there’s also beautiful mountains views in the state as well. These are 3 beautiful spots to soak in some mountain views.
Since Interstate 81 happens to be one of the most traveled routes on our trips, I thought I’d share some of our favorite stops along the route.
Earlier this week I shared Part 1 of the Best Fall Hikes in Pennsylvania. It included 7 hikes from different … More