Have you ever wanted to take a trip but had no idea where you wanted to go?? I mean seriously, how many times can a person go to New York or Vegas (not that I don’t love those places)? I can’t tell you how many times I’ve said to my friends I want to take a trip but I’m not sure where I want to go! Well, what if I told you that American Express has come up with a tool that can help you plan your next adventure! It’s called Nextpedition and the way it works is you go on to American Express Facebook page and take the “Travel Profiler” interactive quiz. The quiz is really short with about 15 multiple choice questions and within minutes you are given suggestions based on your travel personality!
So, I decided why not give it a shot! After taking the short quiz my travel sign was….
You are a Poshaholic. Embrace it. If you had your way, you’d travel in a designer rail car made just for you. You prefer the caress of a fine Italian fabric to a hug from your mom. A monogrammed shirt? That’s posh. But monogrammed shoelaces on custom kicks? That’s a Poshaholic.
Based off the poshaholic description, I swear they know me…lmao!! So let’s see where would a Poshaholic go….hmmm???
Europe(which ironically is exactly where I want to go)!!
Now it’s your turn, head over to American Express Facebook page to see what your travel personality is and what you nextpedition will be!
For more info see below:
American Express Travel announces NEXTPEDITION℠, a new way to travel targeted to travel enthusiasts in their 20s and 30s. Through NEXTPEDITION, American Express Travel offers consumers the exciting opportunity to take a vacation where the destination and itinerary are unknown until the actual journey begins and is revealed day by day via a customized Smartphone. The “mystery trip” is customized to reflect the traveler’s personality traits, providing an opportunity for him or her to explore the world in an unexpected and intuitive way. (www.Nextpedition.com).
Compensation was provided by NEXTPEDITION from American Express Travel via Glam Media”
“The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of NEXTPEDITION from American Express Travel