Here are some of my favorite resources for planning a trip, WHV-related or not.

Australia, Resources

How To Be a Plant Geek Abroad

With everything going on in the world, gardening, tending to my plants, and digging in the soil has always kept me grounded (see what I did there?) As a self-professed plant geek and prone to plant hoarding back home, I regularly fight the urge to purchase plants whilst being a traveller. Clothes, shoes, and kitschy […]


Ten Pros and Cons of Solo Travel

For some people, solo travel sounds scary, unthinkable, and at times-impossible, even insane. Especially as a young 24-year-old woman. It’s risky, gutsy, some say dangerous, and some may think lonely. But hello! We live in the 21st century! I got sick of waiting for someone who had the funds, time, and desire to go on […]


Youtube, I love you.

You can learn anything from YouTube. You can learn how to achieve the perfect smoky eye, how to use pretty much any program in the Adobe suite, and you can learn how to travel the world. Here are some of my favorite videos.  Your Guide To An Australian Working Holiday Visa Check out this video […]

Prep, Resources

Steps to a WHV (U.S. Citizens)

Apply for your passport If you’re applying for the first time, you’ll need to go in person. Post offices, courts, and universities offer passport services. To find the nearest acceptance facility, check with the U.S. DOS here.  The U.S. Department of State has a list of instructions for applying for your passport.  Fees: As of 2018, for a passport […]