The Truth About Living Across the Country From Everyone You Know

Hello stranger friends, We haven’t met but since you all follow my friend Casie I think we will get along just fine. I’ll give you a little intro before I jump into such an important aspect of my life. My name is Ellie, I’m 25 years old, and have been living in Utah for almost […]

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I think my friends are human?

I spent ten days with my friends in a different country and I saw them for more than I ever have. First off, I would like to note that the owner of this blog, Casie Kamph, could not make it on this particular group trip. Although I am deeply disappointed she couldn’t join in our […]

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From Venice to Houston

One year ago I was standing alone in the Venice, Italy airport on the verge of a panic attack because I couldn’t find my group and the people I’d be spending the next two weeks with. I was desperately trying to connect to WiFi or get some type of service to get in touch with […]

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22 Hours In Honolulu – What’s Possible

When someone hears the words “super long layover,” they often immediately groan. But when you have a 22 hour layover in Honolulu, on your way to New Zealand, with two of your best friends, you find a way to cram in as much Hawaiian awesomeness during that long layover that you can. I’m Taylor. Casie […]

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A friendcation for the ages: Birmingham, AL & Nashville, TN

There comes a point in our lives right after college where you no longer live near any of your best friends, unless you’re lucky. I’ve hit that point. Every single one of my best friends live in a different city than I do. Some just a few hours away and others are 10+ hours away, depending on if you want to fly, drive, bike, or walk. It’s rough. It’s not fair. It’s something life never truly prepares you for until it happens.

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A Washington, D.C. Wedding

A weekend full of love, family, and heat. Read about my trip to Washington, D.C. for my sister’s wedding!

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up north

My weekend up north was a special one. Spending time with friends I hadn’t seen for months on end, hearing about their lives in a space all together instead of over snapchat, text, or a phone call. Being in a space where I could set my phone down and recognize the importance of being fully […]

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