• Favorite Blogs Round-Up

    In my last post I talked about how joining blogging groups on Facebook has really helped me-it’s true, I can not tell a lie. That being said, I thought it might be fun to showcase some of the new (to me) blogs that I have recently starting following and falling in love with. Not only do these blogs provide humor and inspiration but it is awesome to see fellow bloggers grow as people. In no particular order here are my favorites January-February: ¬†Ashley Gabrielle This blog is about my adventure driven life, accomplishing goals and making your own happiness. More specifically, travel, fitness, beauty, fashion and anything else that goes…

  • Waze: Outsmarting Traffic

    I hardly post about technology on here and usually if I do it comes in pink. Well for awhile now I have been noticing how great the GPS app that I use on my iphone is becoming. Everytime I use Waze I notice another new feature that I just love . When Waze first started hardly anybody knew what it was or even used it. I think I was the first one of my friends to really use the app and slowly started to tell people how great I thought it was then. Well if you used Waze in the past or are brand new to it, I highly recommend…

  • Losing Mojo: Rants from a 30-something year old

    A wise person once said, write what you know. That was a great idea 4 years ago but now most days I don’t even want to look at my blog never mind actually write for it. If it wasn’t for my agreement with Adbeans I would probably stop writing. This is how I feel most days. Most days I’m not even sure why I still have this blog. Lately I have zero motivation to actually write. Let’s face it, I never travel, I’m not made of money so spending money on make up and accessories is far and few between, so what is there to write about? This is a…

  • Got Money? Funding My Travels To Costa Rica

    Money and travel seem to go hand in hand. I never seem to have enough money to fund all the traveling I’d like to do. So it seems like a shock to most people when the “girl who is always broke” up and decided to visit Costa Rica. A few weeks before I decided to apply for the International Volunteer Program I took a look at my finances. Since my travel blogging skills don’t earn me many press trips, it looked like my next trip would be coming out of my own pocket. My finances are in pretty good shape for the most part, I’ve got some good credit balances…