About The Wanderblogger

About Me

Hello, and welcome! I’m Sarah, a Nashville native currently living in Singapore with my husband and teenage daughter (for the second time) after three years in London. If you’re thinking that sounds like a lot of moving, it is! In the past 15 years, our little family of three has lived at 11 different addresses with no plans to settle long-term anytime soon.

If you haven’t already guessed yet, I love to travel. It’s one of my greatest pleasures in life, but certainly not the only one. Besides blogging, one of my favorite hobbies is photography. (I know, shocker. A travel blogger that also enjoys photography.) I am also super into fitness and nutrition, and try to maintain both while traveling. (Yep, I’m one of those people.) I like to run, and I’m a recent convert to yoga, but I’m not so deep in yet that I end every conversation with namaste. I love learning new languages, but I’m pretty crap at it so I’m fairly certain I offend everyone when I speak anything other than English. I’m currently learning American Sign Language in hopes that I’ll have a less disastrous outcome with a visual language.

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About The Wanderblogger

The Wanderblogger is where I share all of our travel stories and photos, plus tips and ideas for traveling through Europe and Asia on a middle-of-the-road budget. We travel cheaper so we can travel more often!

About 90% of our travels are made as a family, so the majority of our travel tips are family-appropriate, but could certainly also extend to those traveling as couples, with friends, or even solo! Our main interests while traveling are getting outside (we like to hike), staying active, finding beautiful places to photograph, experiencing a bit of the culture, and, of course, eating.

We’re not perma-travelers or digital nomads. We live pretty normal lives most of the time. We work, we go to school, we have regular social lives, and we explore the city we live in frequently, but when a school break or extra long weekend pops up, you can bet we’re taking full advantage of it by hopping on the first plane out of Singapore! With Southeast Asia (and Europe in the past) at our fingertips, we feel pretty grateful to be able to travel like we do!

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