A Few Tips for Newbie Solo Travelers

If I had waited for somebody to travel with me every single time I hopped on a plane, I wouldn’t be where I am today. I don’t consider myself a brave and bold person in general, so it took a lot of getting out of my comfort zone, planning, and putting myself out there. TheContinue reading “A Few Tips for Newbie Solo Travelers”

Top 3 hikes in Las Vegas

As a small-French-town born-and-raised girl, I grew up thinking that Las Vegas was only about casinos, crazy nights out, and glitters. I only had in mind what we see in movies. The Hangover was pretty much the only idea I had of the city.  And it didn’t even cross my mind that it could beContinue reading “Top 3 hikes in Las Vegas”

My Ultimate in-Flight Starter Pack

After 6 years of traveling almost full-time, I can confidently say that I now master the In-Flight Essentials – what to pack in your carry-on or accessory for a plane ride. If you’re like me, then you have a tendency to be an over-packer. I learned the hard way that packing too many things resultContinue reading “My Ultimate in-Flight Starter Pack”

5 ways to beat homesickness when traveling

Because I’ve been traveling almost full-time for the past 6 years and moved abroad 3 times, I’ve had my fair share of homesick moments. Sometimes, it’s just that: a moment, and it doesn’t last longer than a day. But homesickness can also come in huge waves and keep you in bed for days.  The latterContinue reading “5 ways to beat homesickness when traveling”

Local Travel – 4 reasons why you should explore your own backyard 

Before 2020, I didn’t really care about exploring my home country — France. Being stuck at home for so long, all I wanted to do was explore outside. Back then, in France, we were only allowed to go outside for a 1-hour walk a day, and within 2 miles of our house. But if thereContinue reading “Local Travel – 4 reasons why you should explore your own backyard “

5 things I could never travel without

As a frequent traveler, I find that there is nothing worse than missing something you feel like you NEED when you’re traveling – okay, I may be exaggerating here, but it’s really annoying! – I haven’t really backpacked anywhere so I always travel with suitcases and I can really put anything in them, so whyContinue reading “5 things I could never travel without”

My 5 favorite cities I’ve traveled to

As a travel blogger, I simply had to write a post about the top 5 cities I’ve visited. I started traveling when I was 18 years old and never looked back since. Keep in mind that traveling doesn’t come without disappointments. There are several places I’ve been to that will never make it on myContinue reading “My 5 favorite cities I’ve traveled to”

How to survive a long-haul flight

How many times have you booked the cheapest ticket your found, and then instantly regretted it when boarding the flight wishing you could fly business? – cuz same –  I also always fly alone, either visiting friends, my husband – when we were doing long distance -, going back home to France or traveling alone.Continue reading “How to survive a long-haul flight”