Cool Stuff – Adventures

Why Everyone Needs To Travel Solo At least Once In Their Life

Editor’s note: Haylee, our resident wanderer is back to tell us all the reasons we must travel solo. Her experiences as a globetrotting pioneer have opened up her world to so many amazing opportunities. Although it may seem frightening at first thought, there is truly something so magical that takes place when you allow yourself to venture out alone and explore.  We all have that one friend who’s feed screams […]

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Where You Should Be Booking Your Winter Adventures

Winter is definitely here and our cabin fever has fully set in. To give us inspiration, we decided to put a positive spin on it and think about all of places we could take an adventure in these cold months that we couldn’t otherwise enjoy.  Sure, there are tons of ski towns you’ve heard of, but we really wanted to get to the heart of where you should be booking your winter […]

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A Guide to Mystical Savannah

I’m excited to share A Guide to Mystical Savannah. For the longest time I have dreamed of Savannah. It has a mystique, a gentile shabbiness that pulls you in and makes you deeply curious. Winding the sleepy streets, taking in the worn doors on grand old mansions, it feels like a movie set, or a time long ago. Unlike Charleston, Savannah hasn’t bothered to gentrify itself, save for a small touristy […]

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The Discerning Guide to Charleston Travel Itinerary

One of the things we’ve noticed in all of our travels through the years is that something distinctive happens to a city when gentrification creeps in. It loses its coolness. It becomes polished and quaffed and glossy and the restaurants seem to take on a certain formula that involves subway tile and Moscow Mules. Georgia noticed this after she moved to Austin. What was once funky and textured has begun […]

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48-Hour Santa Fe Travel Itinerary

Georgia took a work trip to New Mexico recently, but couldn’t resist going a bit early to experience Santa Fe. It is one of those towns you fantasize about — is it really as mystical as Christian Bale made it seem in Newsies? Well, not quite as frontier feeling anymore, but there are gems to be found in the form of culture, shops, art and relaxation. It is the perfect weekend […]

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A Day Trip to Merigold, Mississippi

Merigold, a little town of less than 1000 located in the Mississippi Delta, is truly a little known southern gem. Recently, we had the joy of venturing to this little artist haven and we came back itching to share. Journey with us on A Day Trip to Merigold, Mississippi. This little town is home to McCarty Pottery, a renown family-run artisan business, that now serves as the epicenter of the community […]

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Behind-the-Scenes Photos of the Arkansas Adventure Getaway

We just finished this year’s Adventure Getaway and it was our best one yet. They really do get better every year, just when I think it isn’t possible, it somehow turns out to be. I always walk away thinking there is some sort of magic fairy dust sprinkled all over these trips. The women come as strangers and leave as lifelong friends. My favorite thing is to see women host […]

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City Guide to Little Rock

We love finding cities that are slightly off the radar, that haven’t been overrun by hipsters and man-buns that in turn make real estate prices and cost of living go sky high. Little Rock is just that, a best kept secret that Georgia got to dig into when planning this year’s Adventure Getaway. She turned over every rock and dug into every nook and cranny to plan the perfect trip […]

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The 5 Most Underrated Parks For Your Fall Adventures

U.S. National Parks hit an all-time attendance high in 2016, and we are sure that 2017 is sure to top it! We wanted to share our favorite underrated parks to visit for all your fall adventuring! The crowds may be smaller, but the landscape is vast and breathtaking nonetheless! PHOTO: Grace Sorge Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado Feel as if you’ve stepped onto another planet. With the  Rocky Mountains […]

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Guide to Hidden Napa and Sonoma Valley

Looking for a weekend adventure? Georgia’s latest Travel Itinerary is up on our Adventure Getaways website to give you some inspiration. Click over for Hidden Napa and Sonoma Valley. We had one goal: To give you the insider scoop on hidden gems that often get overlooked in an area that can become very touristy, but is also one of the most magical places in the United States. We dispatched our travel editor to […]

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