Travel

Travel and Play the WorkAway Way

For most travelers, the sheer cost of food and accommodations can be a barrier to actually getting out into the world. But what if you didn’t have to pay those expenses, and you could spend time getting to know local families and cultures?

A few months ago, I was introduced to WorkAway. It’s a site that connects people who need help (whether they simply run a household, or run a bed and breakfast or even farm) and travelers who are willing to do a little work in exchange for room and board.

Genius, right? […]

February 22nd, 2017|Travel|

Philadelphia: Patriotic, Affordable and Fun

Guest post and photos by Jamie Rhein

This past summer, a friend and I headed to Philadelphia for a quick two-day getaway with the aim to spend quality time with each other while playing tourists. Because of Philadelphia’s walk ability, we were able to cover a lot of ground on foot, traveling from the trendy to […]

February 15th, 2017|Food, Lodging, Restaurants and Dining, Travel|

Top 5 Foodie Eats in Charleston, SC

Charleston, South Carolina has been voted by numerous agencies as friendliest city, best climate, foodie city, and so much more. This past October, my best friend and I had the opportunity to explore it – and we agree: Charleston is an incredible city to visit! 
This post was written by Marnely Murray who pens Cooking with Books. 
First […]

December 14th, 2016|Food, Restaurants and Dining, Travel|