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    Arizona Travel Guide | Part 2

    As promised, here is my second Arizona travel guide! My other guide covered the Phoenix area. This focuses on the Grand Canyon and also Sedona, AZ. The northern part of Arizona was actually my favorite aspect of my trip. I always thought Arizona was just a brown desert that was always scorching hot. Just a couple hours north of Phoenix lies beautiful forests and amazing canyons/rock formations. If you are anywhere near Arizona, you need to go to the Grand Canyon. I know! So beautiful and probably too many pictures, but I just couldn’t decide. The flawlessness of the Grand Canyon cannot be fully captured on camera and that is…

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    Arizona Travel Guide | Part 1

    When you think of popular travel destinations, Arizona doesn’t always come up. I think that should change though. I recently went to Arizona and I truly enjoyed my trip! It is so much more than just a desert and I think there are activities for everyone! This post will cover Phoenix and the surrounding areas along with many of the photos I took. Part 2 will cover Northern Arizona or the “high country”. Unfortunately, I can’t really recommend many Airbnbs or hotels because I stayed with my family. Hiking is really big in Arizona. There is Camelback Mountain which is near Phoenix and Scottsdale. The Superstition Mountains have many trails…

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    2018 GOALS

    I’m usually not a fan of resolutions. People often break their New Year Resolutions because of unrealistic expectations. However, I think it is important to set goals and trying is always better than sitting on your butt. I want to share some of my goals and maybe it will give you inspiration as well. GOALS… Stop comparing myself to others. Make plans to travel. Write more. Stick with my blog and Instagram. Buy new camera. Get back into minimalism. Continue to spread the vegan message and create more plant-based recipes. Make working out more of a priority. Stay consistent with my school work. Say yes to trying new things. YouTube?…

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    December Captures

    December is an odd month. Everyone prepares for the holidays and then there’s always an awkward few days between Christmas and the new year. My December started out with finals and then I went to my parent’s house for a few weeks. I went back and forth for Christmas parties. I felt very busy, but the month went by quickly. If you have been keeping up with my blog, then you know that I am passionate about veganism and I am a foodie. But I am also interested in nature photography. To celebrate the end of December, I thought I would share photos I have taken in December. All of…

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    Full Circle

    If you have been reading my posts for a while, you might think I am a very moody person. Sometimes I try to be motivational, other times I talk about sad experiences. My life is hectic and I have ups and downs (which is normal). But, I have come to this point in my life where I feel like everything is working out like it’s supposed to be. Trust me, my life is not perfect. I don’t know how to describe it, other than saying that my life has come full circle. As full circle as the life of a 21 year old can be. This doesn’t mean I have…

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    Coming to an End

    Well, my summer is over. I am excited to be back at school, but I am going to miss my summer break. I had a perfect summer. I traveled and I relaxed. I reflected and I spent time with meaningful people. It could not have been better!   “Live in the sunshine. Swim in the sea. Drink in the wild air.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson.   I made a video compilation of my summer, check it out here ⇒ https://youtu.be/fLFI82xTRjU   Thanks for reading/watching! ___________________________________________ Social  Media ♥ Instagram | Tumblr | Follow my blog with Bloglovin Other posts to check out ~ The Sunflower State Chasing Sunsets Savannah Travel Guide

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    The Sunflower State

    Summer in Kansas is idyllic. Sunflower fields and blue skies for as far as the eye can see. F R O L I C _____________________________________________ Social Media ♥ Instagram | Tumblr  Email: kaleynic2@gmail.com Check out these other posts! Summer Love A Walk in the Morning Savannah Travel Guide

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    A Weekend in Nashville

    I’ve been to Nashville many times, but I go home wanting more each time. Not because it is a bad city, but because I always want to explore it further and it seems I always run out of time. To sum it up, Nashville has great food, great music, and a great atmosphere. You don’t have to have a plan when you go there, you can simply walk down the street and find something to do.       Thanks for reading! _________________________________________ Social Media ♥ Instagram | Tumblr Check out this post! Savannah Travel Guide ~ As always these photos are taken by me, unless specified otherwise.

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    Savannah Travel Guide

    If you have been following my blog, then you know that I was on a 10 day trip. I traveled to the “South” and did service work and also experienced the rich culture of Savannah, Georgia. Georgia isn’t often on people’s list of places to vacation, but I truly think it is worth the visit! What’s not to like? Savannah has: an amazing downtown, rich (also dark) history, friendly people, tasty food, awesome bars, and peaches are literally everywhere. If you are planning a trip to Savannah, here is what you need to check out. If you aren’t planning a trip to Savannah, then I hope this persuades you to go. *Pictures…

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