Guest Posts: Paris and Planning

Recently, I had the opportunity to write guest posts for Sarah at EarthLists.com and Penny from GlobeTrove.com, two awesome ladies who run awesome travel blogs.  I got to talk about my favorite place of all time, Paris, and one of my favorite activities: planning! See more below for the links to the respective posts. • •…

Remote Management Tips

We didn’t know how well it would work. There were concerns. There were questions. Backup plans were made. Hands were wrung. Could I successfully manage my team and work from the Hague for four weeks? Our company already functions as an entirely remote organization. We do not have an office. Our employees do not all…

Have Cats, Will Travel

Since August 1, 2016, our beautiful sweet furbabies Cosmo and Dexter have spent 50 nights at our home. The rest of the time they’ve been staying at Grandma and Grumpa’s house, sometimes with us but most of the time without. They get shuttled back and forth between our two houses so often that both places…

Eurotrip Adventure 2016 Wrap Up

In case you missed any of our blog posts during our awesome six week Eurotrip adventure, you can catch up with this handy list! 🙂

The Hague, den Haag, Helluva Town

How do you sum up a city? How do you convey the sense of an entire place, made up of so many people and buildings and cultures? How do you explain how this places makes you feel without veering into cliché territory? Photos won’t do it justice. Words only capture opinion. If we could bottle…

Home Exchange: Living in Someone Else’s House

The birds wake me up, their incessant morning chatter yanking me from a lovely dream. I roll over, and for the briefest of moments I think this isn’t my bed and then I remember where I am. My husband is next to me, but no this is not our bed. Rubbing the sleep from my eyes,…

Six Reasons to Spend Six Weeks Abroad

In America, it’s uncommon to hear of people taking really long vacations or trips lasting more than two weeks because most companies in the US don’t offer much paid time off or allow people to work remotely. In Europe, things are a little different. Spain and Germany give their workers 34 days of paid vacation,…