Today marks the beginning of my plans for a new adventure. I put down a deposit for a yoga and creative writing retreat in the boot shaped country, also known as Italy! I will be staying in a small, quiet town right outside of Tuscany for six days. Monticiano, which is a province is Siena, is home to less than 1,500 people. Surrounded by vivacious greenery and endless amounts of wine, this seems like the perfect way to celebrate my graduation from college!
The big apple, the concrete jungle, the fashion capital and the melting pot of America.Whatever it is you want to call it, New York City is a place everyone needs to visit at least once in their lifetime.
There is something for everyone to enjoy in this magical city and it is very possible to enjoy a vacation there on a tight budget.
When it comes to planning your next trip or adventure the most difficult part can be just that – the planning. But it doesn’t have to be. In fact, for me it is all part of the fun! As a journalist it is in my nature to look at things with the five W’s in mind, and the how which is one of the most important parts. Of course you don’t have to follow this exact order in your planning process, I am just hope to provide you with a quick and easy guide to help get you started.
If I had endless amounts of money, I would never stay put. I would spend my entire life traveling the word. Unfortunately I don’t have endless amounts of money and I am forced to keep my restless soul in one place at times. But still I take as many trips as I can.
You may be wondering how a 22-year-old college student is able to afford multiple trips a year. Sometimes I wonder myself, but I make it work. I work hard and save as much as I can.