For 15 years, my husband and I owned a historic 1927 Tudor home. We painted every inch of wall, gutted and renovated the kitchen (by ourselves – hello, learning lessons), then hired pros to tackle bathroom renos. We landscaped, built decks, created gardens and created a home exactly to our liking…then, promptly sold it. To … More 100+ Different Spaces in 16 Countries. Finding Inspiration for My Latest Assignment for Architectural Digest.
Since making the leap 16 months to become full-time #travelers / #digitalnomads / #dream-chasers, Matt and I have stayed in approximately 54 different towns, cities, or villages in ten different countries. Often staying a week, usually longer, in each spot. Even slow crawling, as we are prone to do, that still means we have slept … More Home is Where the Backpack Rests
Maybe it’s a game that all travelers play. The “Could I live here?“ game. As soon as my feet hit the ground in a new town or city, I begin debating the pros as well as the cons and dreaming about how it might feel to call this new place home. I have a “Sure, … More Lucca, Italy. Could This Tuscan Town Be Our “Some-Day-Home”?
The morning of our arrival into Malaga from Naples, over breakfast in our hostal, we weighed accomodation options. The choice was between a hostel in the old town of Malaga or a private room in an AirBnB south of town (in Guadelmar) by the sea. Knowing it was time to be by the water even … More Striking AirBnB Gold in Malaga