Carving Pumpkins

Matty and I are going to be traveling for most of October so we decided to carve some pumpkins early. October is my favorite month. I might be a bit biased since it is my birthday month. This year we kick October off with a trip to Budapest.  This was the first time Matt and I have done pumpkins together and possibly the first time Matt has ever done them. He was so proud of his accomplishment that the next day I got a text from him...

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Unconditionally
Sep28

Unconditionally

Everyone is going through their own journey and has endured pain. The amount pain influences decisions we make and when we hold onto pain, our outward actions tend to reflect that pain we feel inside. Everyone has been there. We’ve all been selfish, insensitive and hurt someone that was innocent. We are humans and being flawed comes with the territory. Lately I have been asking myself so many questions. How do you continue to...

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Tavel Hacking- Earn Your First FREE Flight
Sep27

Tavel Hacking- Earn Your First FREE Flight

So, you want to travel but not sure where to start and think you can’t afford it. Think again. I highly suggest you research “travel hacking”. What this blog contains is a jump start on inexpensive travel. WAIT… WHAT IS TRAVEL HACKING? ? ? Travel hackers are the people looking for every possible way to earn as much FREE travel possible- legally. The base of all of that is earning reward points to exchange for...

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So, You Want to Save Money on Your Cell Phone?
Sep26

So, You Want to Save Money on Your Cell Phone?

One of the things I discovered through my travels that applies to the general public is saving money on cell phones and those monthly cell phone plans. Just like high school relationships, cell phones and their plans are “complicated” and for good reason. Not anymore. At least not if you read on. Phone companies make it difficult to tell a good plan from a bad one. So here is what I assume (if you are like me) You want a...

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Biking the Danube, Passau to Linz
Sep16

Biking the Danube, Passau to Linz

Matty and I took a bike ride from Passau, Germany to Linz Austria. It took us a full day to do. As you can see from the pics below, it wasn’t an easy task for a couple that hadn’t been riding recently. Matty needed a few breaks in the fetal position and my butt is still chapped 2 weeks later. Would we do it again? Absolutely. The towns we went through were amazing. We stumbled across a wine festival in Linz. The views we...

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