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My name is Renee and I’m the storyteller behind Renee Roaming. The purpose of this blog is to inspire travelers and adventure seekers to live intentionally, place value on experiences instead of possessions, and most of all, to encourage others to find joy exploring this beautiful world.

Renee Roaming isn’t a typical travel blog… whilst I write about travel and adventure, I also share tips about photography, social media, van life, being a woman in the outdoor community and traveling as a couple.

Latest Adventures

America’s National Parks – Ranked Best to Worst

Most articles ranking America’s National Parks are based on other people’s impressions and not necessarily from the experience of the author. That’s because it’s quite the feat traveling to all 59 National Parks, let alone in one consecutive trip, AND manage to document ones impressions along the way. That’s where we come in! In 2017,…

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2018 Reflections and 2019 Intentions

What a beautiful, soul-fulfilling, challenging, busy, and memorable year it has been been. My 2018 has had many ups and downs, some messy moments, and some truly incredible “have to pinch myself” moments. Today I am sharing my highs, lows, and lessons learned from 2018. I am also sharing my 2019 intentions, goals, and happenings.…

5 Best Things To Do On Oahu, Hawaii

Oahu is one of my favorite Hawaiian islands. It’s easy to get to, full of amazing sights, yummy food, and a rich culture. My husband and I first visited Oahu for our honeymoon in 2014 and it has been a special place to us ever since. We recently returned for a week long trip this…

7 Magical Winter Outdoor Adventures For The Holidays

I love December in the Northern Hemisphere. It’s such a magical time of the year with all the snow, cozy vibes, yummy food, nostalgic traditions, and of course the winter outdoor adventures! I often here people say that they only really get outdoors in summer and typically hibernating during winter. It doesn’t need to be that…

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