Flying in “Style”

One of my favorite subjects to discuss especially with female travelers is airplane attire. It has taken some time personally for me to find my perfect airplane attire. There's many pieces of information to think about before figuring what to wear to fly: 1) The departing city's weather: there's no need to freeze or sweat … Continue reading Flying in “Style”


Well y'all in one of the many groups I'm a part of  (Travel Bloggers Club), we have been challenged to blog everyday the month of October. EVERY DAY?! Sounds hard but I'm going to try to do it. Because I care and want to share more of my stories, journal entries, and advice with you … Continue reading Blogtober??

Home Sweet Home Part 2: Delaware

Dela what? Dela-who? DELA-WHERE!!! In August of 2005, a young impressionable 18 year old woman moved into a very small single room at the University of Delaware. Little did she know that her life was to change…. When I moved to Delaware, I was well aware that I was moving far enough from home that … Continue reading Home Sweet Home Part 2: Delaware

Where is home? (Part 1)

A Drifter must start somewhere... I realize that in a blog about travel and life, people want to get to know the blogger. And no matter where I travel to, there is obviously a place I call home. Now a wise man reminded me “Home is where the heart is”. For me, home has been … Continue reading Where is home? (Part 1)

How To Ensure You’re Not Out of Pocket When Travelling for Business or Pleasure

I’m trying to share golden nuggets I’ve learned from my fellow bloggers with you all. I also learned these tricks the hard way. Duly noted!


Parting with money unnecessarily is a massive bugbear of mine, even if I know in time I will get it back. It seems to be happening a lot to me lately, hotels, restaurants, bars etc. putting a hold on my card, meaning I cannot then spend the cash until the hold drops off which can take up to 10 working days if my bank is not the same as their bank. Also, as well as being a blogger I also work full-time in a corporate job, where travel is expected of me. Unfortunately nowhere far-flung or exciting, but I’m still expected to lay out my own money to cover my costs and reclaim them at a later date, again leaving me out-of-pocket. So I have therefore looked at ways that my money can stay in my account on both pleasure and business travel through the use of debit v credit…

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Roam Far and Wide with a YRoam Portable Wi-Fi Device

This is great resource from another blogger!


So the game has just changed when it comes to roaming charges in Europe following a European Commission ruling. It now means that if your mobile phone contract was taken out in one EU country, you can now use your phone – calls, texts and data, in any other EU country without it costing you anymore than your usual tariff. That’s ace isn’t it? But what if after Brexit takes place the ruling no longer applies to us Brits? What if we visit a European Country that isn’t currently a member of the EU such as Switzerland, Andorra, the Channel Islands and even the Isle of Man and get caught out? What about if we travel further afield and need access to emails, social media, google maps etc? Also, what if you travel with a tablet or laptop and need access to it on the move when there isn’t a…

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