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Contact/Book Nadji

Are you looking to book me as an influencer? Love MAPD? Want to be interviewed on Travel and Chill? Need help planning a trip? Just want to talk travel? Want to collab? Let's connect! Whatever your heart desires, send it to me in an email at or on Instagram @itsmegrizz. I'm only a stones throw away! For a quick memo you can also use the form down below, and the rest of my social media links are at the top right of the site. See the FAQ's down below as well and please be patient with your inquiries. There is only one me. Talk to you soon! 

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  • Can I join you on MAPD?
    The short answer is maybe. The long answer is as follows: I am particular with who I travel with, and while MAPD the travel show is for everyone, #mapdlife the travel style is not. We are always on the move, seriously always. We tend to hit between 5 and 6 major activities or points of attraction every day of our trip which means we wake up extremely early and stay out extremely late, sleep very little (three or four hours tops) and then repeat the next day and so and so forth. Since alot of those activities are fast paced and require being on your feet, you can imagine the physical toll it can take. We love it, but many wouldn't and understandably so. We also never check bags, carry on and personal items only. These are the things the camera doesn't show. A deeper conversation is of course required, but if that sounds good to you we just might be able to make it happen.
  • Can you help me plan my trip?
    I'd love to help everyone if I could, but with everything I have going on and the amount of times I get asked this question (both personally and via social media), I just can't make any promises. I'll tell you what, send me an email and if I have the time I will lend special consultation services to you for a small fee. Good luck! In the event that you catch me at a bad time, here are some tips that may help: 1. Search Facebook for travel groups (I'm in Black Travel Movement and Lonely Planet Travelers amongst many others). Once accepted dive right in with starting a thread or searching the group for prior posts about your destination. 2. A few of my favorite travel books are Ultimate Travel and The Travel Book by Lonely Planet. I highly recommend stocking up on guides that are expansive (mention every or most countries) and can be resused later (as opposed to a country specific guide that is only useful once). I can't give away all of my favorites of course but those are a good start. 3. Google search 4. Youtube search 5. Instagram hashtag search
  • How do you travel so often?
    I could ramble on and on, but the short answer is that I make travel a priority. I save almost 1/3 of my yearly salary to travel, and I hoard my pto like my life depends on it (I never take days off, even if I'm sick). I pack lunches instead of buying out, rarely impulse buy, and pretty much compare anything that cost money to a comparable travel expense and ask myself which one do I value more. The answer is travel 95% of the time. Making money stretch while traveling is also vital, so I often plan trips well in advance to score lower prices, while utlizing price aggregators (more on that down below) and buying flights on Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Sundays. I prefer Air BnB and hostels to hotels and resorts and I research things to do myself as opposed to consulting tour agencies. Hope this helps
  • I want to be interviewed on Travel and Chill
    Reach out to me! There is no real criteria per say for my guest, so long as you are an avid traveler and have an interesting travel story to tell! Email or social media is fine. This goes for collabs too. Fire away
  • What inspired you to make MAPD?
    Such a layered question. As a black millenial, I noticed and still notice a real divide and reluctance from some of my peers to venture far and wide beyond domestic hot spots like Miami and Vegas. I wanted to embody the change I hope to see and show that we too enjoy the virtues of exploration and cultural immersion. Representation is huge, no matter how much of a fanboy I am of the late great Anthony Bourdain. Above all though, MAPD is for viewers of all backgrounds and diasporas, and aims to encourage viewers to seize the day every day. I strive to find lesser known points of interest in my locations in addition to the touristy spots. Life is short friends
  • How do you find activities to do once you get to your destination?
    I'm a reader, so I invested in a handful of Lonelyplanet and Atlas Obscura guides that detail dope excursions and points of interest (if you want to know which specific books, reach out to me). I've also built a nice online travel network via Facebook and Meetup groups that I can bounce ideas off of at any time. There are groups for all demographics, filled with travelers of from all walks of life who love to share travel stories. If you never thought of that before, give it a shot. Youtube is of course another good source, someone out there has gone to your destination before you and can show you some things. Google and Trip Advisor are of course never a bad idea. Lastly, the locals of your destination (including your Air Bnb host or hostel staff) once you land are always a gold mine, don't be afraid to strike up a convo (even if you need google translate to do so). This is another one with a lot of moving parts, because ideas can come from anywhere, but I think I've left you with enough to start from.
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