If you're like me then you're a month and a half into quarantine and trying to find little ways to keep from going absolutely mad. You've already tried yoga, you've tried to read that book you've been putting off, you tried the Tiger King Trivia I put together, you've started drinking at noon. But maybe … Continue reading This Music Playlist Will Keep You Sane During Quarantine
Corona came and rocked all of our worlds. With the world scrambling to make sense of this uncertainty there was a beacon of light that brought us all together. That light you ask? Netflix's newest docuseries, “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness.” This hot mess express was the distraction we all needed full of big … Continue reading Things to do in Quarantine: Virtually Challenge your friends to a game of Tiger King Trivia! Questions & Answers included.
Back in August, I was on the hunt for a romantic getaway to surprise Steph with for our 8 year anniversary (hold on, can you guys believe it's been 8 years?!.) I knew I wanted something unique. Something close to where we were based in Rhode Island. Something affordable and something that we could both … Continue reading Getaway House Review: The Perfect Tiny House Camping Trip
Based on the title I never thought I'd be writing a blog post like this, but alas, here we are folks. I always manage to end up in ridiculous situations while traveling. You might remember that time I lost my bra in Budapest. Well, my Thursday night in Shoreditch a week ago certainly makes the … Continue reading That Time I Got Kicked Out of a Ball Pit Bar in London | Voyaging Vagabond
Rhode Island may not be the first place to come to the top of your mind when you think of LGBT travel destinations. But it should be because Newport, Rhode Island has everything you could ever want in an LGBT Travel Destination. Lively nightlife, CHECK. Fun activities, CHECK. Natural Beauty, CHECK. On Point Food Scene, … Continue reading LGBT Travel Guide: What To Do In Newport, Rhode Island
2018 was one hell of a year. For the first time, I found my purpose and what I wanted Voyaging Vagabond to stand for. I wanted to create a space where people of all sizes, shapes, and colors could realize that they too were capable to chart the globe despite any limitations they were raised … Continue reading My Top Travel Moments from 2018 | Voyaging Vagabond