10 Travel Hacks from 10 Years of Travel

I can't believe I've been traveling for ten whole years now! While these days traveling is my full-time job, I traveled a lot on my own for a long time, even before starting Hippie in Heels. Throughout the years and numerous countries, not to mention living in Goa for half of this time, I've picked up

12 Sensible Ways to Balance Full-Time Work & Travel More

Years ago I met Danielle through a friend - she had been to Uganda and I was dying to go! We were both nurses and travel-lovers. She is still a nurse but still finds time to travel all the time and has her own travel blog, Nurse to Nomad. I love that she can balance

Dating Abroad: Should You Try Travel Dating Sites?

"Quit your job, go abroad, find love, don't come back" is the quote that pops up all the time in my Pinterest and the dream of many. But are people really doing this? Life isn't always like the movies, but it could be, right!? When traveling, it's not always the Eat, Pray Love experience people

Getting Health Insurance in Mexico as an Expat & Costs

Getting health insurance in Mexico as an expat is a relatively easy straight-forward process. Unlike registering a car, getting a driver's license, and opening a bank account - this is one of the big "expat" things to do here that does not require residency. I'm going to share how I, as a resident of Mexico got health insurance

How to Fly with Pets

While I already talked how Ben and I took Kit Kat, Shanti, and Omni from India to Mexico, I wanted to write a general guide on how to fly with pets. There's a LOT that goes into it from buying the right crates to making sure your pet isn't freaking out, so here are all