Posts tagged female travel
LMDES just got a Liebster Award!

Well, it actually happened a little over a month ago but we're so excited to share the news! We were nominated for a Liebster Award by the lovely couple over at Hey Dip Your Toes In and it was a total surprise! We love being able find out about new blogs and to see who our supporters are. Basically how the award works is that bloggers nominated other bloggers who they love and it's a great way to connect those of us in the community. We had fun answering these questions so read on to get to know our team a bit better! 

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Wanderlust Wednesday: Shannon and Hillary — Founders of Parlour Magazine

Parlour Magazine is the ultimate destination when you're looking for a place to talk about more than just travel but exploration and life happenings. The brand has been growing for quite some time and we were able to chat with the founders to hear about their overall mission , how to keep a healthy work/life balance and why you need to be traveling instead of spending cash on material things. Learn more in our latest Wanderlust Wednesday interview. 

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How to Date a Girl Who Loves to Travel

I bless the hearts of the men who try to keep up with the fast-paced, ever-changing souls of female wanderlusters. The quick wit, impulsive nature, and ever-evolving idea of what these women’s lives should look like, make them some of the most complex creatures to ruin, and yet grace the dating scene. Most female solo travelers have their priorities defaulted to traveling first and dating second. In fact, I’d argue that eating comes second because, diamonds carbs are a girl’s best friend. They thrive in new environments, which may or may not include you, but in the chance it does, here are some tips to help ease the roller-coaster ride of the adventure dating a girl who loves to travel is bound to be.

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Why Everyone Should Travel Alone

There are an endless number of quotes about taking the road less traveled, and they all surmount to one thing - the end destination is a lot better than you could ever imagine. Traveling to new places with friends and family has become common amongst young people, but we often forget that some of the best experiences from travel come from setting out on our own.

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