The 12 Best Jobs for Travel Addicts

Sometimes, I dream of the digital nomad lifestyle (and other times, I dream of stuffing those words down the throats of people who live it). Unless you have a vacation home in the Hamptons, a private jet, and a trust fund, it’s a safe bet that money is one of the obstacles standing in the […]

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7 Inspirational Quotes to Kickstart Your Adventures

We’ve all been there. Maybe it’s time to buckle down and start going at full speed, or maybe it’s time to take a massive leap of faith. These are my favourite words of wisdom. Take this as a sign, and go chase your dreams!

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Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award

I am so grateful and happy to have been nominated by ThatSoBee for the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award. Thank you so much! I’m so proud to be able to carry on the legacy of Girl Power through my blog! 1. When and why did you start blogging? I started Live Wanderfully less than […]

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Space Travel?

This week, we’re featuring a special post courtesy of our first guest blogger, Lisa! Hope you enjoy.   Space: the final frontier. Your mission is to go where no (552) man(s) has gone before. Most of us can admit that we’ve dreamed of becoming an astronaut and exploring the mysteries of space at some point […]

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A good day in Toronto

Because it is now summer break and I can do things that don’t involve school, my friend and I met up downtown to wander around. Wandering is always a good idea. We started at 10:30, with brunch at a location called Eggspectation. It’s a cute diner located right behind Old City Hall. The food is […]

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My travel bucket list

There are so many beautiful places in the world that I just can’t see all of them in this lifetime. There are a few places that I will absolutely try to go to, though. Yellowknife, NW Territories, Canada I would love to go here to see the northern lights. The area has prime conditions for […]

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My trip to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

July 15 2014 Dark and early, we are driven to Harare Airport. The domestic terminal is a desolate and lonely place. It is so early that no stores are open yet. The scales at check-in are not electric, security takes up one line in a narrow hallway, and the gate takes up all of a single […]

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