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Visiting the Florida Gators on a Myakka Airboat Ride

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When a friend visiting Sarasota proclaimed alligators folklore because he had never seen one in the wild, I hopped in my pink chevy spark and drove him to the swamp, Myakka State Park, for a good old fashioned Myakka Airboat Ride.  Myakka River State Park is about 30 minutes from my home in Sarasota, so it was a quick day trip for us. read more[...]

An Unbiased Review of Rent the Runway Unlimited Membership (Plus a Need to Know Hack!)

Do you ever wonder how these bloggers seem to have these amazing designer clothes in every photo? Sure, some are just extremely wealthy, and some have sponsors from clothing companies. Most of them find other hacks. Unless you’re one of those thrifty types of people, there is an easier way! Enter Rent the Runway Unlimited. This article breaks down the good[...]

Side Hustle Ideas to Fund Your Wanderlust

Ahhhh the side hustle. Baby Boomers don't understand it. Millennials thrive on it. I'm a hustler and always have been. People ask me how to make extra cash all the time. After explaining the science behind the "side hustle" to like the millionth person, I thought, "Hmmm. Maybe I should just write this shit down." And that, my friends, was the beginning of th[...]

Prioritizing Travel in Your Budget

  Recently, I wrote an article on how to maximize your time off to travel with a full time job. For some people, time is an issue. For other people, money is the issue. (If you're like me, it's both. Got a champagne taste on a beer budget if you know what I mean.) Prioritizing travel in your budget takes dedication, but it is easy to do! read more[...]

The Minnesota State Fair: A Foodie’s Dream

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I came, I saw, I ate. Now I’m covered in powdered sugar, but that’s OK. The theme of this trip was… well food. Sure the entertainment, ferris wheels, and yes, even ice fishing houses draw in thousands of people to the Minnesota State Fair, but the real draw is the food. Each year, the vendors try to outdo themselves and each other by creating new and e[...]

The Cuba Diaries: The Tropicana

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We decided to check out the Tropicana to get a glimpse into the Cuban culture. I thoroughly enjoyed the show, but I don’t think it would be for everyone. First, it is fairly expensive. Second, it is quite “touristy”. Overall, I would recommend it for a nice, easy activity to plan in Cuba if you’re into shows, music and dancing. So you have some refer[...]