If you need guidance planning your next trip, here are some travel resources that I love and recommend, and that can help make planning easier for you!
- Viator: I LOVE Viator and I can’t recommend them enough. In fact, I’ve been using them for the past 10 years. I’ve used Viator to take a day trip to Stonehenge and Bath from London, visit Chichen Itza on my honeymoon, rent a kimono in Tokyo, and go on a private walking tour on my first trip to Italy in my early 20s.
- GetYourGuide: GetYourGuide is also another solid tour database, and whatever experiences you’re looking for, they probably have it. With GetYourGuide, I booked a day trip to Sweden from Copenhagen!
- KAYAK: My favorite portal for finding affordable flights is KAYAK. It’s super easy to use and intuitive! They are my default place for “window booking” flights.
- Google Flights: I also love using Google Flights for searching for affordable flights. If you’re just looking around and not set on a particular destination, you can toggle their flexible dates option and type in a content/region. Then they pull flights to different cities in the region with specific dates.
- Setra Host: I’ve been with Bluehost for 6 years, but they screwed me during the end of my time with them, causing me to switch over to Setra Host. I can’t recommend Setra Host enough; they made the migration process SO easy, and they have the best customer service! My site has improved immensely since switching over!
- GeneratePress: This is where I got my theme from. It’s clean, lightweight, and customizable. I recommend upgrading to Premium if you want more layout choices.
- SEO Roadmap course: This course has been a game-changer for me. I thought I knew SEO until I took Nina’s course, then I realized that there were so many things I didn’t take into consideration. Nina guides you through her easy-to-understand lessons on complex SEO strategies. If you want to start a money-making blog mastering SEO, Nina’s SEO Roadmap course is worth the investment!