Adventure vs. settling down: can we make it work when I want to roam and he wants to stay home?

My husband and I spent our 20s working short term contracts all over the country. For me every day was an adventure, but it turned out the itinerant life made my husband miserable, so we settled down. But now I'm miserable. The thing is, I still love my husband. We still make each other laugh until neither of us can move. We still have sex. But the quiet life isn't for me.

So what do we do? Is it possible to be happily married to someone who doesn't share your life goals? Or do I divorce my best friend?

Extended stay hotel hacks to make your room feel more like home

Because of my husband's job we spend a lot of time living for months out of hotels. We've "lived" in Vancouver and Morocco and now we're in Atlanta. Over time I've figured out a few hotel hacks for making your hotel feel more like your home. I've started to do a lot of things differently when I travel (which I'll get to), but so far my biggest tip is this one…

Guilt, comfort zones, and buffer days: Dealing with vacation anxiety (yes, it's a thing!)

I'm going on vacation! I booked a real, non-weekend-only trip where I'll fly outside of the United States for the first time in 16 years. I'm so excited and grateful. But on top of that gratefulness and excitement is a bit of anxiety. I know, I know, get over myself and embrace the vacay. I plan to, but I still need to deal with a few latent fears and anxieties that I know some of y'all are also feeling about vacation.

Here's how I'll be handling vacation anxiety…

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7 travel tips to save money that will finally get you adventuring

Like many of us, I love to travel and don't do it nearly as often as I'd like. For most of us with a regular job, a family, a busy life, and not enough money, travel can seem pretty out of reach. But if you've decided to make traveling a priority in your life (which is the trick!), these are the travel tips to save money that can help you get there.