Welcome To Fun Life Crisis!
Hey, we’re Laura and Joel. We’ve spent the last 6 years traveling full time, always in search of a new adventure. Follow our journey as we share our experience – from our favorite travel destinations to our DIY overland builds and photography tips!
Planning a trip to New England and want to add a few hiking trails to your travel itinerary? In this post, we share 15 of the best hikes in New England and what you can expect on these amazing trails.
In this guide, we cover all the best things to do in Franconia Notch State Park. This itinerary includes viewpoints, lakes, day hikes, and unique attractions that you don’t want to miss!
Scenic mountain drives, colorful fall foliage, small-town charm, and plenty of trails to keep your legs sore for days – these are just a few of the things that you can expect when you visit Stowe, Vermont.
In this guide, I shed some light on my current travel blog salary. If starting a travel blog is something that you are considering, or already have a blog and are interested in how to monetize it, this post can guide you in the right direction.
Our Favorite Destinations
After spending six months traveling through South America, we have picked out 12 of our favorite day hikes that any South America visitor should check out!
Waihee Ridge is one of the most beautiful trails in Maui. This guide covers lots of helpful information for hiking the Waihe’e Ridge Trail.
Our guide covers 7 of the best hikes in Joshua Tree and what you can expect on these trails. Plus we share recommendations on when to visit, where to stay, and other helpful travel tips!
Where To Stay
Big Sur is one of the country’s longest stretches of untouched coastline. This list pinpoints some of the best places to stay in Big Sur to help you narrow down your options.
Tulum is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places to visit in Mexico. Here are our favorite picks to make sure your Tulum getaway is one for the books!
Valle de Guadalupe is a gorgeous valley in Mexico’s Baja California peninsula that produces 90% of Mexico’s wine. Here are a few of the best places to stay in Valle de Guadalupe!
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