Part of my 2018 personal strategy when it comes to traveling is to ensure that I'm highlighting one place across the globe that I have not been to yet, and then book it. Over the past ten years of my life, I've been pretty stuck in the New England region and feel that it is… Continue reading Creating your travel bucket list
As someone who loves the life of constant traveling, I'm often asked what makes me tick. What is it that sets my soul on so much fire that I just need to get up and go take a trip. I think it's the notion of never being satisfied quite frankly. Each new place that I… Continue reading Let adventure fill your soul
Hiking the Las Vegas region has been a whirlwind of excitement for me. As an east coaster, this is unchartered territory that I have only ever really dreamed about. It's not what I dreamt about! No. In fact, this was a whole new world that I was absolutely delighted with. Growing up, I envisioned the… Continue reading Hiking Cathedral Rock
I'm often asked how I cope with the amount of traveling that I do. You're probably wondering why I'm using the word cope, aren't you? Well, travel is exhausting. There's no two ways about it. The moment you're checked in somewhere, unpack your bags and get settled in, you now have to pack it all up… Continue reading How to travel stress free
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times..... No, really. Hiking to the summit of Mount Washington here in New Hampshire has always been a dream of mine. Located in the White Mountain National Forest, it is the highest peak in the northeast at an altitude of 6,228 feet. It is the… Continue reading The Climb to Mount Washington
Have you ever really just wanted to do something bold and out of the ordinary? That's a summary of my life everyday, though it gets particularly worse right around the cusp of my birthday. I absolutely live for the thrill of adventure and exploration. In fact, someone once told me I should sit still for… Continue reading Preparing to climb to the top of the northeast
What a kickoff to the new year it has been. My New Years eve was spent at my second home base of Killington Resort Vermont, a widely popular destination for many of us in the northeast who enjoy the adrenaline of some downhill action at the beast of a ski resort that it is, spreading… Continue reading The Year of You.
After an extended time away from the blogosphere, I've finally come back. It was an unexpected leave, one that was completely unannounced but everyone who is anyone knows that someone in their mid 20's has to live a little, right? Living is exactly what I have been doing. It's been an awesome summer between exploring… Continue reading Mike’s Back! How Some Time Away from the Blogosphere Helped Set the Tone for the Next Chapter