Below you can find a list of resources I use to make my life a bit simpler. I receive a lot of questions about travel, running and blogging, so I have included my top resources in all three of those categories, as well as wellbeing. Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I may receive commission if you decide to make a purchase, but rest assured these are sites I truly use.


Airbnb: Airbnb is my preferred site of stay wherever I travel because it not only is very affordable, but also allows you to easily connect with a local! You can get $40 off your first trip with Airbnb by using my link.

TripAdvisor: I love TripAdvisor because you can book flights, hotels and car rentals all on one site while also browsing all of the top activities to do!

Cheap Flights: People ask me how I travel so much and my answer is I find cheap flights. I try not to spend over $200 on a flight and if I must, I make sure I am spending the least amount possible out of all the options.

Lyft: I’m all for walking as much as possible in a new city, but sometimes you can’t walk just everywhere. Using Lyft is by far the easiest way to get around in a new city wherever it is; all you have to do is download the app, request a driver and you’ll be on your way in minutes. Use my code “onthemoveDFW” for $50 off of ride credit.


Hal HigdonIf you’re looking for training plans to follow for your upcoming race (YAY!), I highly recommend using one of Hal’s guides. They are easy to follow and he highlights what else to do throughout the week.

Born to Run: This book is a constant source of inspiration for me and I grab it often when I am searching for a little something to re-ignite the fire. Read it, love it, let me know what you think.

RunningintheUSAIf you’re trying to figure out what race to run, go to RunningintheUSA for an extensive list. You can search by date, location, mileage, etc.- I lose track of time on this site all the time.

ACTIVE: You will most likely use Active to sign up for any race you decide to run. Become a member of Active for exclusive offers and discounted race prices, as well as a lot of helpful information.


Thrive Market: I have recently really started to care about what I put into my body and try to use as many organic and wholesome ingredients as possible. Unless of course, it is a donut 😉 But seriously, Thrive Market has some of the best brands good for you at a reasonable price, so give them a try!

Vitamin ShoppeI worry that I don’t get enough nutrients with what I eat throughout the day, so using supplements and vitamins is a safe way to ensure I am taking in everything my body needs.


Bluehost: I have sworn by Bluehost since the very beginning of my blogging journey and have been so pleased. They offer great customer service and make everything very easy to understand for newbies! If you are new to the blogging scene, keep in mind you need a hosting site.

Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing: This was my first blogging e-course to purchase, which was a big step. Michelle is a great teacher and has a lot of credentials that convinced me to make the purchase. I knew nothing about affiliate marketing before purchasing and feel like a pro now! Rest assured your investment in this course is well worth it.

Pinfinite Growth by Melyssa Griffin: I had been eyeing this course for awhile and after watching one of her webinars on Pinterest, I knew it would be worth the price. I am so impressed by not only her knowledge, but also her ability to explain everything where it is so easy to understand. This course is SO worth the price, you all.

What I Did to Increase My Page Views & How You Can Do It Too: I know firsthand how frustrating it can be to pour all your extra time into your blog and not have anyone see it, which is why I put together this affordable course. I walk you all through the ten steps I used to increase my page views by 400% in only four months and am always available for questions, too!