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Excited for your big trip to Europe but no clue how to begin organizing it? Confused with all the logistics? Sign up below to gain access to my library of travel resources including packing lists, trip-planning guides, and essential hints & tips for a stress-free European adventure!

Let Me Plan Your European Adventure!

Whether you’re sipping wine in France, castle hunting in Germany, overindulging on food in Italy, or backpacking through Eastern Europe, I want to help you plan and curate that perfect European adventure!

My goal is to help passionate and budget-minded travelers plan sophisticated, first-class adventures throughout Western, Central, and Eastern Europe. With personal travels in 37 European countries, let me help you plan your next European trip!

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Attend your dream European graduate program!

European Graduate School Advising via Wayfaring With Wagner

Always dreamed of learning with a castle outside your window? Want to take your education overseas to a top-notch European university for half the price of an American university? Look no further than my European graduate school advising that makes your dream a reality!

My goal is to help you find the perfect academic graduate program in your ideal country. From the initial process until you submit your applications, I’m there to guide, help, and encourage you. Having attended two graduate schools in Europe, let me help you attend graduate school in Europe!

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Meet Jordan!

Wayfaring With Wagner

moin(that’s the northern German way of saying hi!). My name is Jordan and I’m the writer, dreamer, traveler, and photographer behind Wayfaring With Wagner. I was born and raised in Washington, D.C. but consider Traverse City, Michigan my adopted hometown. Since moving to Europe in 2013, I’ve visited over 35 countries and have no plans of stopping!

A German boy stole my heart and I now call Hamburg, Germany home. In the past four years, I’ve lived in Heidelberg, Germany; Zagreb, Croatia; Sofia, Bulgaria, and Edinburgh, Scotland while completing two graduate degrees and two internships with the U.S. State Department. 

I like to describe myself as an avid reader, excessive coffee drinker, (American) football aficionado, beer connoisseur, J.Crew addict, proud cancer survivor, future President of the United States, and never-ending traveler. I’ve got endless curiosity and insatiable wanderlust.

Thanks for joining me on my wayfaring adventures!