I'm the owner/author of the travel blog girlwanderlist, where I keep it real on the regular. I also work as a freelance travel writer and photographer, contributing to spoiled NYC, Thrillist, TravelPulse, POPSUGAR, Elite Daily, Matador Network, TouringBird, Seeker, and Dame Traveler.
I aim to experience, photograph and write with a raw & real adventurous spirit. I'm fueled by off the beaten path destinations, absorbing local culture, capturing the true essence of a place, and, grilled cheese. Finding a fresh perspective to creatively share with readers is a challenge I wholeheartedly enjoy. I bask in hiking, exploring, local beer + food, sunrises, unique stays, and the magic that happens with the spontaneity that travel, in general, gifts. Oh, and wildlife...I love wildlife.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Outdoor, Adventure (the more random the better), off the beaten path destinations, food and beverage, unique lodging"
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"Fishing with my hands in Greenland!"
Featured trips & expertise
Traveling the 117 miles (189km) from Iceland's Golden Circle to the southern village of Vik is best done by self-driving in order to allow for maximum flexibility and... read more
Renting a car to self-drive the 230 miles (370km) from the southwestern fjord city of Bergen to the village of Geiranger, at the foot of the beautiful Geirangerfjord is the most... read more
While renting a car is the most efficient and popular choice for traveling the 116 miles (187 km) to the Icelandic village of Vik, it's not the only option for travelers looking... read more
Self-driving the 267 miles (429 km) from Norway's capital city of Oslo to the famous fjord and UNESCO world heritage site, Geiranger, is the most popular option for travelers... read more
Self-driving the 111 miles (178 km) from Norway's largest city in the north, Tromsø to Senja, a nearby island known for its dramatic scenery is the most popular option. During... read more
Traveling to the remote region of the Icelandic Highlands depends on the weather, and is most often only possible during the warmer months of May-October. Self-driving is... read more