Blogger Update: Plan To Change Your Plan

Plan To Change Your Plan

As a natural-born planner, the hardest thing for me to do is veer off course of a well thought out plan. But guess what? Life happens! Things are always going to come up that you didn’t plan for. A lot of unnecessary anxiety can be completely bypassed by going in the with right mindset. Plan to change your plans!

Working my way into the blogosphere has been uphill climb (I still have a LONG way to go), and the plan I have now is completely different from what I started with. When I jumped into this world head-first I never imagined, nor could have imagined, the roadblocks I would hit.

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Hey-Ohhh

Hey dolls! I’m here! It’s been a crazy week, but I wanted to make sure to post before I head out towards my first natural wonder of the world today! I won’t have access to post for the next 4 days, but make sure to stand-by for all the deets and awesome photos when I return!

Make sure to keep an eye on Instagram & Twitter (@glamtrekker)  for updates!

In the meantime -Anyone have suggestions for cute laptop bags? Let me know!

Much love,

Nicole

Solo-Travel: Where to start?

I started traveling alone back in  2010 when I  was 25 years old. It’s hard for me to believe that just 6 years ago I was nervous to even eat alone at a restaurant, let alone travel to a different country. I come from a family with very traditional and conservative values, so saying they weren’t thrilled about the idea of me traveling all by my lonesome is an understatement. To ease their minds, and my own, I started small. If you’re nervous about spending a lot of time with yourself, this is a great way to start.

Sunset over the Gulf of Mexico in Naples, Florida

Sunset over the Gulf of Mexico in Naples, Florida

My first “trip,” and I use that word loosely, was in my hometown – a “staycation,” if you will. I packed up a bag and drove myself over to The Ritz-Carlton Naples Beach Resort in Naples, Florida. A big part of being comfortable traveling alone is being comfortable spending that much time by yourself. Of course you will always meet people in your travels, but you need to be comfortable operating by yourself too.

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