Once you’ve been around Costa Rica, Monteverde comes as a pleasant change of scenery. It’s a cooler temperature, with greenery as far as the eye
2020 is the year of spending less and doing more, am I right?! One of my travel resolutions was to visit more national parks following
La Fortuna waterfall was an immediate highlight during my time in Costa Rica. It strongly reminded me of ʻAkaka Falls State Park on Hawaiʻi Island.
Hello, fellow 9-to-5 travelers! Happy almost-new year! It’s been an overwhelming year for me. I started and finished my MBA program at Baker University, while
Was it a good idea to visit Glacier National Park when I only had 2 days to spare and wasn’t legally old enough to rent
Eureka Springs was originally an anniversary road trip celebration with my then-boyfriend. We both left feeling like this town is practically made for couples on
The 10 year challenge is back in full swing, and I’m game. For reference, here was little 15-year-old Maggie then… And now, dis me… Nobody
If I could write a love letter to any U.S. city, I’d address it to Chicago. So many wonderful family vacations were spent here. I’ve
What’s the old saying about never meeting your heroes? I’ve been told the same applies to visiting places you used to vacation at as a
I’m towards the tail end of my MBA program and tbh, December 15th can’t get here fast enough. Grad school is hard. Working full-time while
Is there anything better than wandering through the world’s second-oldest operating amusement park just a couple of weeks before Halloween? Probably not. Why else would
Only three hours away by bus or train, Quebec City is a gorgeous little city that makes for a perfect day trip from Montreal. A
BEST cheap things to do in Montreal for this 4 day Montreal guide! Includes Notre-Dame Basilica, Botanical Gardens, Biosphere, Schwartz’s Deli and more!
I know vacation planning is overwhelming, but by the end of this post, you’ll be a pro. Here’s how to plan a vacation in just
Ah, Amsterdam. I was there only a weekend but have more or less decided to retire there. You’ll see why in a bit. Amsterdam can sometimes
I found a study online that said the average U.S. employee receives between 10-15 vacation days, depending on their time at the company. In addition,
Odds are you’ve seen Kutná Hora floating around the interwebs, whether you’ve realized it or not. The Sedlec Ossuary is a fixture on reddit’s r/creepy
If you’re anything like me, you overpack. By a lot. In fact, this tweet about sums it up: [normal life]ive worn the same shirt everyday
Maggie, the Broke Girl Abroad, is just another Millennial who wanted to make a travel blog because of that one time she studied abroad.
Now a 9-to-5 employee, follow along as she attempts to see the world by balancing her budget, her 40 hour work week, and her precious, precious vacation days.
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