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Everest Base Camp Training: Tips and FREE 8-Week Training Plan

on July 20, 2019

If you want to have an enjoyable Everest Base Camp experience, then training is essential! Few people can rock up in the Himalayas and trek Everest Base Camp without difficulty. But coming up with a training plan for this unique experience can be overwhelming: How long should you train for? What exercises should you include? At what frequency? Trust me, I’ve been there! Continue reading

25 Best Amazon Travel Accessories You Didn’t Know You Needed

on July 13, 2019

Everyone loves a good Amazon deal, and carry-on bag filled with Amazon travel accessories is testament to that. Truthfully, I try to shop at small businesses whenever I can. But man, does Amazon have its benefits when it comes to travel accessories. From amazing prices, free shipping, and unique travel items, no place can beat Amazon when it comes to these travel items. Continue reading

The Most Unique Tour in Detroit: Drive a Vintage Ford Car with Antique Touring

on July 10, 2019

I love exploring my home state of Michigan, which is how I found myself sitting in a vintage Ford Model A in Detroit last November. But let’s rewind – I want to introduce you all to the absolute most unique tour in Detroit: Antique Touring. If you are headed to Detroit this summer or fall (and I hope my love for this city can convince you to!), then you seriously need to book this tour in Detroit. Continue reading

12 Best Coffee Shops in Grand Rapids, Michigan

on June 20, 2019

It’s common knowledge that Grand Rapids is Michigan’s best city for good coffee. Whether you plan your travels around coffee, or you simply want to visit a nice cafe, the Grand Rapids coffee scene won’t let you down. Over years of visiting, I’ve tested out the best coffee shops in Grand Rapids. Continue reading

25 Photos to Inspire You to Trek Everest Base Camp

on May 19, 2019

If you’re dreaming of the trek to Everest Base Camp but it’s just that… a dream… I understand. To trek Everest Base Camp requires a huge commitment. It’s a financial investment, is physically demanding, carries health risks, and will take you at least two weeks. This is not a vacation that you will return to work rested and rejuvenated from! For instance, I trained daily and had to quit one of my jobs prior to the trek in order to get the time to do it.

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