After 16 months in the corporate world, I have finally said, “uncle,” and put in my notice. I’m excited for what the future holds, though it’s largely undefined. I’m thrilled at the possibility of travel again, of connecting with my dear friends around the world and catching up on what’s happened in their lives. I … More Four Days til Freedom
Pompeii. Mt. Vesuvius in the background. Photo by Charish Badzinski. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Join our community of travelers and enjoy exclusive content by liking us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/RollerbagGoddess Charish Badzinski is an explorer, foodie and award-winning travel and food writer. When she isn’t working to build her blog: Rollerbag Goddess Rolls the World, she applies her worldview to her … More Travel Photo of the Week: Pompeii
These days, travel agents and journalists share a common problem: no one wants to pay for what they can get online, free. Travelers board for an international flight, whether they booked themselves or througha travel agent is unknown. Photo by Charish Badzinski. When the general public has the necessary electronic solutions at their disposal, it … More Are Travel Agents Still Relevant?
Serious food lovers take the responsibility of recommending foodie finds seriously. That’s why I feel compelled to bring to light the worst pasta I ever had, so that you can be spared the indignity of trying it yourself.I made it.It started with the intention of making something delicious while saving dough. The dish: spinach and … More The Worst Pasta I Ever Had, or, Don’t Try This at Home
I like to regard this space as the thinking woman’s guide to travel and food. So, this seems like the perfect place to start a discussion about something that happened to me yesterday, and what you, my fellow Rollerbag Goddesses, think I should do about it. I was having lunch with a dear friend at … More A Foodie’s Dilemma
Photos and blog post by Diane Raaum. For me, the anticipation of taking a trip is usually as much as fun as the trip itself. But not having ever traveled to Europe, I was apprehensive and did have many questions about my upcoming trip to France. In preparing to go I began to wonder if it … More France, and the Inherent Beauty of Travel