ecdemomania (n.) a morbid impulse, or obsession, to travel or wander around; a compulsive wandering away from home.

Welcome to Nomadic Neen! This is my personal travel blog where I share stories, pictures, and tips to help inspire others to travel and help fellow travelers along their way whenever I can.

I got bit by the travel bug and now I’m making sure to experience as much of the world as I can now!

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Roger Williams Park Zoo, Providence, Rhode Island

Hi! I’m Nina…

I’m here completely stepping out of my comfort zone. I never would have thought I’d be the person starting the blog, but as I type through this, I’m getting more and more excited to share my experiences, tips, and photos from around the world with all of you!

In my everyday life, I’m an accountant (fun, right?) in New York City. Just like every other type A accountant, I like everything about my work to be extremely organized, on a strict schedule, and controlled, but when I travel I’m a new person. I find myself tripping into that type B personality type box; I’m relaxed and definitely more carefree. Don’t get me wrong, I still have all of my trips planned out day by day with lists of things I want to do, places I want to see, and food I want to try, but once my feet hit the ground outside of New York, I let go and let the other side of me shine through.

All in all, I’m your average girl who caught the travel bug and completely fell in love with traveling. Thanks for visiting my blog!

Where I am…

I’m back home taking advantage of all of the local adventures I can while planning my next getaway!

Where I am going…

May 2020 (postponed)









October 2020

Georgia, USA

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Experiencing Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World

“Boys and girls of every age. Wouldn’t you like to see something strange? Come with us and you will see this, our town of Halloween. This is Halloween. This is Halloween. Pumpkins scream in the dead of night. This is Halloween. Everybody make a scene.” Disney’s The Nightmare Before Christmas; 1994 OKAY I KNOW. The …

Amtrak Adventure

New York >> Los Angeles by Train Did you ever want to go cross-country in the United States but didn’t feel like driving? You might want to take a look into all that Amtrak has to offer.  In my opinion, it is one of the best ways to see the country. It is affordable, comfortable, …

Where can I travel within the United States?

In these crazy, uncertain times, it is difficult to keep up with travel restrictions for each state in the United States. I thought it would be useful to gather each state’s government web pages that house COVID travel restriction information. Please keep in mind, not every state has travel restrictions/rules. If I couldn’t find anything …

Road Trip Checklist

Local travel is the new popular thing to do in today’s climate. I mean there isn’t much else we can do, right? What better way to travel locally than to take a road trip? You avoid airports and crowds AND you get to take the scenic route instead of the quick route. Sounds like a …

Hometown Experiences

Collaboration Post In my last post “Growing Up on an Island”, I talked about a few of the different reasons why I love where I am from. This inspired me to ask around. My hopes were to put together a listing of people’s favorite spots and things to do in their hometowns to help others …

Growing Up on an Island

Taking your home area for granted. As someone who absolutely loves traveling to new places far and wide, experiencing new and different cultures, and getting just away from home, I often forget to appreciate how much there is to experience at home right here in my own backyard. I grew up on Long Island, which …


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