about me page: Angie Kunze, founder and Content creator at We're Not in Kansas anymore travel publication and blog:

My love of travel started when I was 7-years-old. We lived on a farm in southeast Missouri, USA until my father joined the Army. His first duty station was Ft. Riley Kansas, then on to Illesheim Germany.

Moving to Germany, and spending my childhood as an Army dependent, turned out to be one of the best things that ever happened to me. It instilled in me a passion for travel and adventure, that very much defines who I am today.

Growing up in Germany, it seemed as if the turn of each corner presented something new and wonderful. When I left Germany, I left a big piece of my heart behind; I call it the home of my heart.

Now, my heart pushes me to keep turning corners. 

today:

Currently, I am back in Kansas where I work full-time in an office. I spend almost all of my spare time researching my next trip (or trips!)

why you should trust me:

I’ve been planning trips for 27 years and I LOVE IT! It really gets me excited to learn about a new place and start dreaming about being there in the flesh.

A few years ago I founded this travel publication.

I’ve done the research, I’ve been there and I’ve made mistakes. I’m here to share what I learned and help you avoid them and make the very best of your travel time!

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Articles found on this site have been syndicated by Newsbreak, a news outlet with 55 million monthly visitors. We’re Not in Kansas Anymore is a MSN (Microsoft News) Partner. All articles published to this site can be found in syndication on MSN, a news outlet with 500 million monthly users around the world.

It’s safe to say that if these popular news outlets trust our content, then so can you!

what I can do for you:

  • I can take the work out of your travel planning
  • travel tips and resources to help plan your BEST trip!
  • save yourself some hassles and headaches
  • picture it with photos and video!
  • honesty

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Angie Kunze, founder/content creator at We’re Not in Kansas Anymore