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Looking to collaborate? I’m always open to talking with bloggers, tastemakers, and brands to bring new and innovative experiences to the travel community. A few of the ways we can work together are:
Social Media Sponsored Posts
Social Media Takeovers
Sponsored or Guest Blog Posts
Social Media or Brand Consulting
I’m also open for any other ideas of course, so just email [email protected] and we can discuss our collaboration.
If you’re traveling abroad and just don’t know where to start, hit me up. I can work with you to develop the perfect trip for any occasion. Typically, we’ll start by having an hour or so phone/video call to talk through what you’re looking for on your trip. Then I’ll provide a few packages and pricing estimates and answer any questions you might have. Drop me a line at [email protected] and I’ll set up some time for us to chat!
Share on facebook Share on whatsapp Share on google Share on twitter Share on email I’m sitting on a bus up to NYC, swiping through various “Best of” lists, trying to plan my annual Thanksgiving trip abroad. It was late October, and all I had was a plane ticket to London; neither Steph nor I
Share on facebook Share on whatsapp Share on google Share on twitter Share on email On my annual thanksgiving trip abroad this past year (this time to Paris), I had maybe one of the most nightmarish travel experiences of my life. It’s a long story for another post, but the short version is that about 3
Share on facebook Share on whatsapp Share on google Share on twitter Share on email “What did it matter? I was a young writer and I wanted to take off. Somewhere along the line I knew there’d be girls, visions, everything; somewhere along the line the pearl would be handed to me.” – Jack Kerouac
Share on facebook Share on whatsapp Share on twitter Share on email Share on reddit There are a few things that come to mind when someone mentions Portland. Likely you think about hipsters and Portlandia first, the second is probably beer. About 75% of the nations hops are grown in Yakima valley, so it should