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Today, I am introducing a new series to the blog called Pre-travel diaries. Basically, it will be a round-up on how I am getting ready for an upcoming trip and how I am feeling leading up to it. I know just how vital preparation is, so here’s hoping that this new blog series will give you an idea of what to make sure of and things to do before you go to these places. First stop, Orlando, Florida.

Dear traveler, you need travel insurance. Often times when a trip is being planned, we cover the basics of transportation, feeding, accommodation and then ignore the one thing that is really important; travel insurance. Remember skipping on the option to buy travel insurance while purchasing your plane ticket? Yes, yes, I’m guilty too. On today’s post, I am putting on my geek glasses for you, because, I got you.

Anyone ever seen one of those travel quotes that read, “quit your job, buy a ticket and never return” and let out a heavy sigh because that’s only a dream for you? Perhaps you saw it while at your desk at work and you’re longing to be somewhere else with a cocktail in hand and some vitamin sea. You don’t have to quit your job. Here’s how to travel while working full-time.

We recently celebrated International Women’s Day, a day set aside to acknowledge women and all our accomplishments. The theme this year was, “Bold for Change”. As a woman myself, I couldn’t help but feel the love and the positive energy that was in full steam on that day and of course, thought I’d share with you all some things you probably didn’t know about women traveling the world.

Anyone else excited about the new year? I definitely am! 2016 is almost over and everywhere I look, resolutions, reflections, reviews. While a lot of people cringe at these types of things, I love it. Nothing wrong with reflecting and seeing how far you have come. Today, I am sharing my 2016 in travel: highlights, review and key lessons. I hope it inspires you to make travel a priority in 2017 and to live a full life. Enjoy.