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Hi! I’m Heather & I’d like to Welcome you to WanderLust in Real Life! I aim to help you fulfill the wanderlust in your life by providing itinerary inspiration, travel tips & insight on tasty food and drinks along the journey. I’m always seeking out craft beer especially while I travel.

I’m a corporate professional constantly having wanderlust while I’m living my real life. Hence, the idea for “WanderLust in Real Life” was born. I didn’t grow up traveling much and found a passion for travel and other countries in college. I studied abroad twice and since then always have adventures planned near or far.

Currently residing in the “Twin Cities” of Minnesota, I travel across the midwest (MN, WI, IA, the Dakotas), the United States & worldwide. Check out my latest blog posts below!

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Landscape view out over the hills of the Prosecco region of Italy

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU TRAVEL TO ITALY: TIPS & TRICKS

ITALY Before you travel to Italy, be aware of these travel tips and tricks. Italy is on so many travelers bucket lists and it’s no surprise why! The people, the landscape, the food and culture are all amazing. I would have to say undoubtedly it’s one of my favorite countries I’ve been to. (And toContinue reading “WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU TRAVEL TO ITALY: TIPS & TRICKS”

Along a canal in venice, craft beer bottles and glasses of beer with colorful buildings on the other side of the canal in Italy.

YOUR GUIDE TO THE BEST CRAFT BEER IN ITALY

Craft Beer in Italy If you’re looking for a craft beer guide for travels to Italy, you’ve come to the right place! Italy definitely isn’t your number one country or location you’d think of enjoying beer in. Wine, of course but not necessarily beer. There are so many different wineries so it’s only natural thatContinue reading “YOUR GUIDE TO THE BEST CRAFT BEER IN ITALY”

“Traveling- it leaves you speechless then turns you into a storyteller.”

Ibn Battuta

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