The Act of Passing Through

Hello all,

I have decided to start a blog that records stories, photos, and travel tips from past adventures and hope to continue to do so in the future. This blog is mostly a diary for me. I want to look back and remember all of the laughs and awe I’ve experienced in places that are so beautiful they are almost hard to describe. I’ve decided to title this blog, “In Transit,” because it relates to both travel and the current stage of my life. As a recent college graduate deciding my next steps, I’m at a transitional point. I’m not settled, but en route to my next destination. Where is that? I’m not sure.

Feel free to read along for enjoyment, but if you are planning a weekend escape or a week-long vacation to any of the places I mention throughout the course of this blog, please don’t hesitate to ask questions about anything and everything! I’d love to offer all the advice I can to help make your experiences run as smoothly as possible. I also have started a Pinterest page that I will update as I post! It will focus on travel inspiration and photography of my most loved places. Some of you may already follow my Pinterest account because it is connected to my Facebook, but if not- Follow me!

For those of you who follow me on social media, you may have noticed that my boyfriend and I enjoy getting out into the world and experiencing new places. From a luxurious getaway in Greece to road-tripping around California, I have become somewhat obsessed with trip planning. There is no adventure too big or too small, which is why I’d also love to write about my hometown digs and the gems we have in our own backyard. The California desert is a very unique place that I am lucky to call home.

JT
Joshua Tree

My next post will cover my first real BIG trip- out of the country, just Kyle and I headed off to Greece last May. I planned our trip with the help of Tripmasters.com that offered information on hotels and flights, but most of our excursions I found independently from privately owned tour agencies. Stay tuned for some oh so beautiful pictures of the Greek Islands!

Thanks for reading – D

 

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