Miami: in a Day

{Originally posted February 23, 2018 @thethingaboutchange.wordpress.com} In my opinion, if you are ever 3.5 hours from a city adventure and you have the day off and aren’t scared of driving, you should go. At least, that’s what we did. Last week I spent the week with my family (minus my brother Troy plus my friend…

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Europe: FamBamTravels

{Originally posted August 16, 2017 @thethingaboutchange.wordpress.com} The idea for this summer’s travels began last fall.  I’m not exactly sure what the tipping point was… or why exactly we decided to go.  Except that we couldn’t find a good reason not to.  When I called Troy saying I had the idea to take a sibling trip…

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Quebec: a Travel Post

{Originally posted May 20, 2017 @thethingaboutchange.wordpress.com}   Quebec: The Europe you can drive to. Language: French and English.  Don’t be afraid to speak English, btw.  They really aren’t as snobby about it as everyone likes to make it seem.  But also, don’t be afraid to speak French, if you can!  Aren’t languages so beautiful, how…

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A Chile Fall

{Originally posted May 4, 2016 @thethingaboutchange.wordpress.com} Last week I went to Chile for Spring break.  It was a sister/cousin girl trip to visit my cousin Carissa while she still lives there.  Not to mention it helped me knock off 2 times from my 30 x 30 list (cross the equator and travel with my sisters).…

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Honduras: A Trip 20 Years in the Making

{Originally posted April 13, 2015 @thethingaboutchange.wordpress.com} I packed my bags on Friday night and began my journey Saturday morning.  It was spring break and I was to spend it, as spring breaks should be spent, in a warm place with one of my very best besties.  Jennifer and I have been friends for 20 years.…

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