About two weeks ago, just when I was finally going to sit down and start cancelling things for our trip to Newfoundland, I got a call from the hostel we had booked for St. John’s. The caller asked if we were still planning on our trip, and he informed me there was a chance we… Continue reading Planning for Socially Distanced Travel?
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Camping while Travelling
In my post about Catching the Travel Bug, I wrote a bit about my relationship with camping. I love camping for it’s own sake, and I also love being able to incorporate it into other trips. Our trip to Nova Scotia included camping and, whenever we get to take our trip to Newfoundland, it will… Continue reading Camping while Travelling
10 Trips I’m Dreaming of Right Now
I might not be able to travel right now, but that won’t stop me from dreaming about the trips I want to take! These are 10 trips that I am dreaming of and planning right now.
The 5 Stages of Trip Planning
In my experience, there are 5 Stages to the trip planning process. Some trips require us to spend more time in some of these stages than others. In this post I explore the 5 stages and use my recent planning for a now postponed trip to Newfoundland as an example.
Planning to Travel Pt 2 – Being Intentional About Saving
Last week I talked about how travel doesn’t just happen. It takes planning, and intentionality. I shared a bit about how I learned about the importance of being intentional in planning and saving for travel if it is something that you are interested in doing. If you missed that post, I would recommend checking it… Continue reading Planning to Travel Pt 2 – Being Intentional About Saving
I Would Love to Travel But… Being intentional about Travelling
There are so many reasons we can find for not travelling - I think highest on the list are often time and money. Sometimes it takes more than just wishing we had more money or infinite time. Sometimes we need to be creative in the ways that we plan time and save money for travel. In this, part one of a two part series, I take a look at how I learned to be intentional about planning to travel.