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8 Tips for Having Your Car at College

This post is sponsored by Jiffy Lube because they’re committed to helping drivers prepare for the road ahead so they can Leave Worry Behind® this back to school season. However, all opinions and ideas are 100% my own and I’m committed to only bringing y’all posts that I truly believe in. As a college student…

My Month in Mexico: a photo series

So as some of you may already know, I recently got the opportunity to travel to Santiago de Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexico for a study abroad trip. It was an amazing trip that changed my life. Story posts, tip posts, and location posts are soon to come, but I thought I would share with you all…

How to NOT Overpack 

One of my biggest problems when backpacking Europe was how heavy my bag was. It was all because I totally overpack on my clothes! This was something I could have easily fixed, if I had known these tricks beforehand. 1. Follow my “three choices” rule. I came up with this rule before I packed, but…

Barcelona, Spain

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Day 1 Sister and I arrived at the airport in Barcelona around 8pm. (How did we get here? If you’re new to My Travel Diary, go to the beginning here: The First Leg) After reclaiming our bags, we spoke with the lady at a tourist kiosk about the best way…

Venice, Italy

Day 1 Sister and I arrived in Venice around 9:30pm; it was already dark. We knew our hotel was definitely not within walking distance of the train station, and since Venice is a collection of islands, there was no subway. We had thought we would take a cab. Outside the train station, we found a…

Como, Italy

The train station in Como sat on top of a hill overlooking the town (featuring a stunning sunset), which was good because there was absolutely nothing to see inside the station. It was the smallest station we had been in; there was one cafe, no wifi, and we didn’t see a place to check bags.…

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