Yes, L.A. may overall be a very expensive city to live in and travel to. But there are plenty of low-budget, fun things to do as well. Check out the infographic here for tips.
I'm still in shock that my blog posts on the StudentUniverse travel blog were the most viewed for the month of January! A small monetary gift for that is trivial compared to the excitement and pride at reaching a personal dream of being an official 'travel writer'! Thank you to everyone for clicking on the links and reading through my posts...can't wait to see where the Lord takes this-trusting Him through anything!
Our new family tradition is to choose just one word to focus on in the New Year, as opposed to a list of lofty goals usually given up on by February. I started thinking about my word for the New Year around Thanksgiving, and contemplated it while serving at the Missionaries of Charity Mother Teresa … Continue reading 2016: The Year of Sacrifice
The waves lapped against the side of the boat, lovingly named Sea Note. 53 American students stood transfixed by the scene all around them. A cool, sea breeze was embraced with widespread arms and content hearts after a record-setting day of heat. God himself seemed to breathe out grace and love on this eclectic group brought … Continue reading Faith to Move
Endless questions from others about your upcoming travels? Or need valid reasons to book your flight and just get going? Here are my justifications why you should go and make it happen.
I'm drooling just looking at these images again. If you're ever in New York, you'll have to try some of these places, as the food (and fellowship I had over the food) was some of the best. From top left to right: Brother Jimmy's BBQ: I passed this place on the corner of 31st and … Continue reading New York Flavors
My mind goes blank and all I can laconically respond is, "Yeah, it was awesome." How do I put eight weeks of experiences and memories and friendships into a square, eloquently gift-wrapped, comprehensively ribbon-tied single phrase to fit passing conversations? When I look at pictures and read over the journal I kept, I can reminisce … Continue reading I left my heart in Manhattan
Researched and Written by Kelli Klaus (originally written as an article pitch for Foxnews.com, but as it wasn't used, I figured I should still get the advice out.) Americans are shaking out their numb, cubicle-trapped legs, packing their bags, and hitting the road -or the air- this summer. Warmer months are certainly the time to … Continue reading 10 Ways to Travel ‘Out of the Box’
RUNDOWN: KELLI’S LIFE 7/07-7/13 SLUG FORMAT CAM TIME OH, THE PEOPLE YOU’LL MEET LIVE ON SET OF FOX HQ MONDAY, JULY 7TH, 7:30AM - 3:30PM CAKE BOSS WITH DOOCY & COFFEE WITH PAVLICH LIVE ON SET OF FOX HQ TUESDAY, JULY 8TH, 7:30AM - 3:30PM FRESH OPPORTUNITIES, OLD AND NEW FRIENDS, SUMMER PARTY TIME LIVE … Continue reading A Week in the Life of a Guest Booker Intern
Disclaimer: There’s a minor switch in narrative…just an FYI if you’ve read my prior blogs. I needed to change it up for myself, so I hope you enjoy it too, lovely reader. The sun‘s rays hit the sprawling metropolis at 4:24 for another Monday morning, where 8 million people would wake up and proceed with … Continue reading No Time Like the Present