Travel is my love language. Born and raised in Connecticut, I grew up visiting my grandparents' Lake Champlain cottage in northern Vermont every summer and taking domestic road trips up and down the east coast with my parents. From New England, I moved to Hawaii for a brief while before finally winding up in Raleigh, North Carolina. I've now called the Oak City home for eight years.
Exploring the world was always a personal goal and once I had the means to start traveling abroad and to the greater United States, I never looked back. I began my career as a travel consultant in 2020 after passionately planning my own vacations for years and becoming the go-to amongst friends, family, and professional connections for travel advice. I aim to continue my own knowledge of different countries, particularly in Europe and Asia-Pacific, so that I can better serve my clients with first-hand experiences.
As a travel advisor with Off on Vacation, I am able to provide you with unique itineraries and exclusive travel opportunities in Europe, Asia-Pacific, North America and beyond. Your dream vacation awaits! I look forward to helping you create a lifetime of memories.
• Introduce you to the world's most beautiful destinations
• Plan your dream getaway for 2 to 20 (or more)
• Recommend hidden gems for a custom experience
• Curate itineraries tailored to your interests and budget
• Find and book accommodations for a relaxed vacation
I would love to hear more about your travel plans, so tell me...
Before anything else, let's book your complimentary consult. I'll send you a quick questionnaire and we'll schedule a call to go over your dream vacation! I find this is the best way to get to know you and answer any up front questions you have about our process. I can't wait to hear more about your trip!
I'M READY TO TALK TRAVEL!
True story: I got locked in our Santorini hotel bathroom in nothing but a towel on our honeymoon. One husband, one concierge, three Greeks, and 45 minutes later, they pried the door open and I was free!
One of my favorite things to do when I travel is buy some local snacks and candy -- everywhere has such varied flavors!
I always make a point to learn at least a few words in the language of my destination. It goes a long way with locals, especially "thank you." A recent favorite is "lekker" from our visit to Amsterdam. It translates to "yummy" in English, though the Dutch use it to describe pretty much anything!