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Packing for Ames, Iowa
It’s been a few years since I’ve had a real spring break — well, 5 years to be exact — but I can still get excited for a spring trip to Iowa, right?
In a couple of weeks, Andra and I will be heading to Iowa State University to speak to students about entrepreneurship! Just recently, I celebrated my first year as a full-time entrepreneur, so it is surreal — and such an honor — to look forward to a speaking opportunity like this one!
When I made my New Year’s Resolutions in January, I resolved to travel more — and I have definitely been getting my fill this year; trips to San Diego, Charleston, Annapolis, and Washington DC have already come and gone. Now, I’m looking forward to Ames in April, Denver in July, a wedding anniversary trip with Ben in August, and finally, Memphis in November. I’m really excited to have an opportunity to travel — whether for business or just for fun!
These days, I’ve been working on becoming a better traveler, and I owe a lot to an organizer or two I picked up from Target last year! In addition to being organized, I’ve been working on packing a more versatile set of clothing — so I can mix and match and (hopefully) travel with less.
Today, I’m excited to share how I’m packing for our trip to Ames, Iowa!
I’m excited to bring more versatile pieces along to Iowa, so I can mix and match and travel with less. For a weekend getaway in Iowa, I recommend:
If you’re traveling to or traveling within the Midwest this spring, I hope these tips help you to feel extra-prepared for your trip!
Are you traveling anywhere for Spring Break? Share in the comments below,
and please send sunshine and warm weather our way!