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Best of 2016?


Hello! Sorry about the delay. Last week was a bit hectic, but that’s life isn’t. I’ve been doing a lot of reading lately. Everyone has their “best places to visit in 2016”. So I’m curious what does Conde Nast and Frommer’s think is the best places to visit this year? But isn’t that too vague? What do they mean by…

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How do you pack?


This is something that a struggle with every time I travel. Whether I’m going away overnight or for a two week excursion. You never want to bring too much but inadvertently you always do. So how do you decide what is essential or not? There are so many website out there boasting the best way to pack or my favorite…

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Living in the Desert


A few months ago I moved out to Las Vegas. A big move from New York but I needed a change and had a willing accomplice, my good friend who also happens to be my hairdresser…yes I lucked out. If you’re considering a move from a moisture driven environment to more of an arid world there are a few things…

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Playa Del Carmen, Mexico


The first weekend after New Years I hopped on that “fantastic” Frontier airlines and flew to Playa del Carmen to meet up with two of my best friends. A birthday getaway. I was excited. It was my first foray into Mexico. With all of the traveling I’ve done I have not ventured to Central or South America. I’m determined to…

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Ahh… the joys of booking your travel.


Sorry about the lateness of the blog this week but here it is… This past weekend I travelled with some of my good friends to Playa del Carmen, Mexico for a girls getaway. Four days at an all-inclusive to enjoy the sun and beach in the middle of winter. What more could you ask for? Booking the trip taught me…

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Travel as Desired


Traveling can be a treat, an adventure, a search, or just bliss..and so much more. So why travel by the demands of others? Travel as you desire. Travel solo or with friends but travel. Traveling is how we experience not only our lives but that of others. I’ve learned more about myself and my capabilities while traveling than I have…

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