About

Note: Readers, I have not fallen off the face of the earth, just into a lot of schoolwork. I am currently updating my education, moving from a Diploma in Travel & Tourism to a Degree in Communications. Please be patient with me as I update content around my academic schedule. Thank you, Cat.

From the author, Cat Kittlitz:

“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.” – Oscar Wilde

Life is precious. Life is meant to be lived. Life is meant to be cherished and to be lived well. Wherever I go and whatever I do in life, I strive to enjoy every moment. I believe in living for the little things and the big things and everything in between. I believe in giving thanks for all of life’s blessings, even blessings in disguise. I believe in smiling, A LOT.

 

Cat Kittlitz

I’ve been traveling for the last decade, kicking off my worldwide adventure in Ukraine. I spent the trip discovering my roots, and learning more about myself along the way. The trip inspired me to continue traveling, and to inspire others to live awesome, adventurous lives too. I started A Lady and her Luggage to share my passion for life, and continue to do so, publishing three posts a week. Most posts share my travels: diving into tips, itineraries, and stories. Other posts revolve around lifestyle, like food and beauty topics. Whatever I write about, I choose to be honest and positive to the best of my ability (no one’s perfect!), and to have fun. 

So, dear readers, I hope I inspire you to dream big while taking pleasure in life’s simple joys.

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Best of A Lady and her Luggage:

No. 20 B&B in Helensburgh, Scotland

Hiring a Car and Driving in the UK

The Best Poutine in the Canadian Rockies

The Craft of Carpets

Three Day Vancouver Itinerary

Rocky Mountain Soap Co. Skincare Review

Why I’m Not Traveling Canada for the 150th