Welcome to the Unforgiving World of Social Media (And My Slow Descent Into Madness)


Let me start by saying how weird this is. I mean, here I am talking shit about social media when odds are, that’s what led you here in the first place. Talk about biting the hand that feeds you. But in all seriousness, most of you know how real I get from time to time. And since I am a human, I’m sure you can all relate to the feeling of drowning under the unforgiving and negative world of social media and all of it’s negative, depressing bullshit.Continue reading

Hands Down, This is the Best Holiday Gift List for Travelers


I know what you’re thinking. “The best holiday gift list? C’mon Sebrin, that’s objectively impossible.” Sure, there are a lot of different personalities out there, but challenge accepted! For real, tell me there isn’t one thing on here you couldn’t give your wanderlusting, Secret Santa or bestie! From stocking stuffers to expensive, UH-mazing gifts, here are some of the best travel gifts this year for all budget types. Continue reading

The Clumsy Traveler’s Holiday Giveaway


It’s November 15th–halfway through November–and our minds can’t stop buzzing about the approaching holiday season. Gifts need to be purchased, outfits are needed for holidays parties… And most importantly, travel is happening to see (or avoid) family from Thanksgiving until New Year’s Day. With that in mind, I want to help you save all of the money with The Clumsy Traveler Holiday Giveaway!Continue reading

24 Hours in Santa Fe; historical church basilica of st francis

This is How You Should Spend 24 Hours in Santa Fe, New Mexico


When one imagines the Wild West, one pictures adobe houses, dirt trails, Native American spirituality and a lot of Mexican food. Well, maybe that’s just me. Santa Fe not only met my western expectations, but exceeded them with its beautiful history and friendly hospitality. If you’re heading west for a short amount of time, here’s how you should spend 24 hours in Santa Fe. Continue reading

southwest Dominican Republic; beach shot of San Rafael lookout

8 of the Best Things to Do in the Unexplored, Southwest Dominican Republic


The Dominican Republic is a paradise often visited by couples looking for a romantic retreat or families enjoying all-inclusive resorts. But if you think you’ve seen everything this island has to offer, you’ve got a lot of exploring to do! The southwest Dominican Republic is a vast region varying in landscapes and hidden sites. From undiscovered waterfalls to untouched beaches to the region’s first vineyard, the DR as you know it is long gone.Continue reading