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Hello and welcome to Currently Colorado. I started this blog to be a guide for all those lost when planning their trips. While I may currently be in Colorado, I've traveled quite a few places to learn a few tricks.

I was born in Dallas, TX in 1992 to two badass parents that would continue to support me throughout my life. Raised mostly in the small town Cleburne, the world was calling my name and by age 13 I couldn't wait any longer. I took my first solo-trip to Japan that summer and moved to Fort Worth that fall. Lucky enough to go to an arts academy, I would join a touring choir that would allow me travel even more.

As you can see, I've been doing this for a while. While most of my travels have been domestic (thanks American Airlines!) I've added a few more countries to my list including Mexico, Iceland, Spain and soon Canada. With over 30 states and 5 countries, you could say I get around.

Help Me Help You

It wasn't long that I had been traveling before my friends and family wanted to get in on the secret. To be honest, there really isn't one. Smart traveling requires just a bit of patience, some dedication and lot of good luck. Many people think I have exclusive hookups with airlines and hotels - I DON'T. I am simple the airline version of an extreme couponer. This skill took time to learn and hone in on - but anyone can do it. 

Feel free to use my HACKS and DEALS pages to your delight - my Instagram page has better live updates, but long-lasting deals and tips will be stored on these pages. If you're looking for more tailored or hands-on help, feel free to inbox me. 

Travel & Adventure Consulting

As mentioned above, if you came here looking for some magic button to organize your trip for the best deal - you're not going to find it. As much as I wish I was a tech genius, I'm simply not. In fact, it took me nearly three years to get this blog officially running. What I AM a genius at is planning trips. Whether your looking for a guided agency type experience or a freestyled backpacking trip, I offer a free initial consultation to discuss trip details. From there, if I believe I can help you save $100+ on your trip, I will take you on as a client and help you get it booked. No savings = no sale. Visit the Consultation Services page for more details.

Social Media/Biz Consulting
In addition to travel consultations, I also offer multi-platform social media and business development consulting. Between my partner and I, we guarantee we can increase engagement and drive sales to your business. If you feel like you haven't quite gotten the hang of social or simply need to generate leads, we can help you out. Visit the Consultation Services page for more details.


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