Hello lovelies! February is almost gone and that means I'm only about two months out from my next cruise. (Yay!) Today, I'm going to give you the brief story of how we found cruising and why we love it, then I will fast forward right into the planning. So if you are just looking for … Continue reading 5 Secrets to Planning the Perfect Cruise
Myrtle Beach is a little like the Pumpkin Spice Latte- it's iconic- no doubt, it's tradition for many, and you either love it or hate it. As most of you know, I took my first trip to Charleston for my birthday weekend this year (Swoon), and I was told by many that Myrtle just doesn't … Continue reading The Best of Myrtle Beach: Adventure, Family, and Nostalgia
If there is anything I've taken away from the two years I've lived here in the Upstate, it's that South Carolinians LOVE Charleston. I can always count on my social media feeds to be filled with bright, pastel photos when the weekend comes around because Charleston is the go-to weekend trip for almost everyone I … Continue reading My First Trip to Charleston: The Highlights of my Birthday Weekend Adventure
In all honesty, my "bucket list" is pretty eclectic. It ranges from being chosen as an assistant in a magic show, to visiting the Shire in New Zealand. And while my bucket list changes from year to year, there are a few items that have never been booted off or shuffled down. Ever since World … Continue reading Are the Mayan Ruins Really Worth the Hype?: My Trip to Altun Ha
This article highlights the "Best of" Alpine Helen, Georgia. A hidden European village in the foothills of Georgia.
Hello lovelies! Welcome to the very first installment of the "Best of:" series on Southern Dreaming. The month of May and into the first half of June has been nonstop travel for me, so now that I am finally planted back home for a while, I am ready to begin sharing the "Best of" everything … Continue reading The Best of: The Carnival Sunshine
Traveling alone isn't always easy. So here is a crash course in traveling solo.
We came back from our second anniversary trip to South America almost a month ago, and reality hasn't been kind. My mind and body had completely embraced our long, salty, lackadaisical days aboard the cruise ship and returning to the walls of my cubicle, the florescence of my office, and the demands of work have … Continue reading Turning Your Cubicle into a Zen Paradise
Last year was my first time planning a cruise- we took a 7 day loop to Cozumel, Belize, Honduras, and Costa Maya. Me being new to the cruise planning scene, wasn't sure what days in port would be like, so I played it safe and booked excursions for each day through the Carnival website. And … Continue reading The Underwater Bounty of Grand Turk