A Comprehensive Guide to Free & Cheap Things to Do in Iceland

Photo by Jeremy Bishop via Unsplash.com In my post last week, I wrote about all of the pricey things I did in Iceland-- ice caving, glacier hiking, boat riding, kayaking, and snorkeling. While all of these experiences enhanced my connection with the most beautiful country I've ever visited, there are just as many amazing things you can [...]

The Real Difference Between Frugal and Expensive Travel: What I Spent in Iceland

My & some of the best people I know at the most touristy waterfall in Iceland-- soaking it all in. Last summer, I took a week-and-a-half long road trip with my roommates to celebrate our graduation. Following typical college student habits, we made the trip extremely cheap. It was pretty awesome, driving up to Maine [...]

5 Sustainable Switches for Less Than $20 (And Some That Actually Save You Money)

Photo by Victoria Strukovskaya via Unsplash.com Note: This post contains links to products. I am not sponsored by any of these companies. I am far from perfect when it comes to making sustainable choices. Even last year, I would use Ziploc bags for lunch everyday, in addition to a protein bar wrapped in waste. And a [...]