If there's one thing that Landon Clements is very dedicated to these days, it's spreading the word about the joys of travel through her website, Trovare. It's a passion she's keen to share with the world.
"My whole idea with the travel stuff is to be able to travel like a local wherever you go," the Southern Charm jet setter told The Daily Dish. "I studied abroad and went to school in Charleston. There's a big sort of hodgepodge of kids [there], so it was a very international place to go to school anyways. And on top of that I studied historic preservation of architecture. So I sort of love anthropology and sociology. I'm really interested in the study of humans and that's what's been fun about this show — it's definitely a sort of case study at times."
But she definitely has plans to expand her travel brand outside the confines of the 'net. "Long, long term goals is I would love to do boutique hotels and get the funds to buy [them]," she said. "For instance, when I was just on Shelter Island [in New York], there's a great [place and] it's called the Ram's Head Inn. It's currently on the market. So properties like that — to be able to get investors together, go in, and sort of redo them and keep the historical significance, but then also give it a new future."
On top of all of that, Landon recently took the time to revive her real estate license, and she intends to put it to good use. "I've dabbled in real estate always. My dad's a developer, so I've literally, since I was 12, like my summer job would be demographics or plotting places where they can build things. So I've always worked for him on and off. So now it's fun to get back in the family business," she said. (As you might recall, earlier this season her dad offered her a role in his business which she declined.) "[My sister] Bam has her real estate license too and actually my other sister, who's not on the show, she's a landscape architect. So, we like to build things."
Check out photos from Landon's fab life, below.