I’ve made it to 46 states so far, so I’ve seen a lot of what the United States has to offer. This section features my favorite places and things to do, plus massive bucket lists for each region of the country to help you plan your travels.

Disney Parks

I grew up visiting Disney World almost annually and then ended up working there during college, so it’s safe to say that it almost feels like home. Disney posts are some of my favorites to write, so check out this section for info on Disney World, Disneyland, and Disneyland Paris.

Recent Posts

Epcot International Festival of the Arts Highlights and Tips

Epcot International Festival of the Arts Highlights and Tips

The Epcot International Festival of the Arts is the newest of its annual celebrations. It takes place during January and February each year and celebrates art in all its forms. With fantastic live entertainment, special photo ops, a chance to chip in painting a mural,...

Fill Up on Food and Laughs at the Hoop Dee Doo Musical Revue

Fill Up on Food and Laughs at the Hoop Dee Doo Musical Revue

If you know me, you know I love the Hoop Dee Doo Musical Revue, the long-running, delightfully cheesy dinner show at Disney World's Fort Wilderness Campground. (And if you know that, you'll probably also know how much I adore Fort Wilderness as a whole.) With three...

Topolino’s Terrace Character Breakfast Review and Tips

Topolino’s Terrace Character Breakfast Review and Tips

Disney World's newest resort - the Riviera - is home to a brand new signature dining restaurant called Topolino's Terrace, that serves up fancy food at night and character meals for breakfast. While my overall impression of the hotel was pretty meh, I thoroughly...

20 Travel Goals for 2020

20 Travel Goals for 2020

2020 isn't just a new year, it's the start of a whole new decade. While the past ten years have brought me to places I couldn't have imagined visiting way back in 2010, it's always better to look forward. So, in that spirit, I've put together 20 travel goals for 2020...

How to Make the Most of a Disney Solo Trip

How to Make the Most of a Disney Solo Trip

When you tell people that you're planning on doing Disney solo, frequent reactions include disbelief, confusion, or, worst of all, sympathy because poor little you couldn’t find someone to go on vacation with you. Going to Disney alone isn’t for everyone, but for...

The Perfect Fast-Paced Itinerary for 3 Days in London

The Perfect Fast-Paced Itinerary for 3 Days in London

If you're limited to 3 days in London, you'll want to maximize your time to see and do as much as possible. There's no way you'll cover everything, but you'll still be able to hit the top sights and get a taste of the city. When I travel, I tend to move at a pretty...

Camping Gift Ideas for Everyone Who Loves to Camp

Camping Gift Ideas for Everyone Who Loves to Camp

Having the right gear can make all the difference when camping. When shopping for camping gifts, take into account the way the person or people you're shopping for camp. Tent campers will likely have different needs than RVers. Likewise, people who are into winter...

14 Peru Hikes that Will Blow Your Mind

14 Peru Hikes that Will Blow Your Mind

The best of the best Peru hikes challenge your stamina, but reward you with breathtaking scenery and a chance to view a wide variety of historic sites. The list of best hikes in Peru also includes one of the most famous treks in the entire world - the Inca Trail,...

25 Insanely Useful Travel Gifts Under $25

25 Insanely Useful Travel Gifts Under $25

You don’t have to break the bank when shopping for your favorite traveler. This collection of travel gifts under $25 will give you the perfect inspiration for holidays, birthdays, bon voyage parties, and everything in between - or if you're like me, a treat yourself...