Travel

On The Road // Blogger’s Best Trips

It’s impossible to escape the month of July without at least a twinge of wanderlust.  I’m traveling this week (for work, not pleasure) and dreaming of far flung destinations where you go everywhere on foot and only dine on local cuisine.  That’s the summer dream, right?  A couple of years ago we asked some of our favorite bloggers about their best trips and here’s what they had to say… (Top Image) Eva, Miss Renaissance: “I traveled with a group of friends through Italy for 2 weeks (Tuscany & the …

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On The Road: An Austin, Texas Staycation

Most summers we try to take an international trip while Aaron is on hiatus and things are slowing down, but the stars didn’t seem to align this summer.  For starters, we couldn’t decide on a destination!  Greece, Iceland, and Portugal were all at the top of our list, but we just couldn’t seem to pull the trigger.  To make matters trickier, work was super busy for me in May and June, so we decided to forgo the adventure abroad for one closer to home in one of our favorite cities!  We spent a few days with my family, …

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On The Road // Palm Springs (with kids!)

It’s impossible for me to get through the month of June without a major case of wanderlust.  For awhile, Aaron and I were trying to plan a big trip this summer, but work and my hesitation to leave Parker for more than a few days got in the way.  Instead, we booked our annual Palm Springs trip with some of our LA besties and began the countdown!  It’s a tradition we started childless five years ago and have maintained– even 5 kids in.  It ends up being really affordable and a great way to connect with some of our closest …

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On The Road // Yosemite National Park

The travel bug is something I think I inherited from my dad.  Growing up he would plan these elaborate road trips every summer and those family adventures are still some of my favorite memories.  When Aaron and I started dating, we both found ourselves with 8 weeks free from work and a bunch of airline miles just waiting to be used so we jetted off to Europe like any right-minded person in their early twenties would and hopped trains from country to country until our hearts were content.  One year into parenthood and our travel adventures …

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