In case you missed it, on InstaStories this week I shared an idea that I’m so excited to get to work on. So many of the questions I receive are regarding how I plan my travel, whether I can share my itineraries, where I find the restaurants and things to do in order to make said itineraries, etc. While you can always find restaurant and city guides on my blog, I know not everyone has time to comb through those posts to create itineraries of their own… and it’s even more time consuming to start from scratch and research for travel on your own! I however, love to plan. Planning trips brings me so much joy! With that in mind, I’ve decided to launch a little side hustle that’ll get you where you need to go without having to do practically any planning at all.
Basically, I’ll be creating detailed itineraries for each destination I visit for you to purchase (for a small fee!), download and/or print out to use as your own! In addition to my suggested hour-to-hour itineraries, in these printable PDFs you’ll find crucial information like the best time of year to travel to said locations, important etiquette tips and things to know before you go, what to pack, what areas to stay in and more! Bottom line: I’m doing all of the dirty work and research for you so you can maximize your time in each city and get the most out of your trip!
These curated itineraries will only feature places, eats and things to do that I’ve done myself and loved – only tried and true favorites around these parts! There’ll even be exclusive features in each guide like the best places for photo opps, my favorite travel apps, important words and phrases to know, photo editing tips and tricks, etc. Whether you’re a planner like me or like to fly by the seat of your pants, I guarantee you’ll find these guides helpful!
I’m already working on my first one with the help of a graphic designer, so stay tuned for more information on how and when you can buy the first PDF!! When I mentioned this idea on InstaStories I got so much positive feedback and I can’t wait to see what you guys think of the final product! In the meantime, you can keep up with my current travels in Japan over on Instagram!