My travel style has changed so much over the last few years. I used to automatically choose comfort over cuteness (think sweats, flip-flops or sneakers, and a hoodie), but as I’ve gotten older, I’ve learned that both can live hand in hand.
The best adventures are the ones that happen on the fly. On occasion, me and my friend/blog/photog buddy Michael work together on different projects, and I was able to be his travel buddy for a recent work trip to Spartanburg, SC.
I recently went on a family trip, and while it got off to a rocky start (hence my reason for this post), I had an amazing time. For those that don’t travel much, here are 5 travel trips you didn’t even know you needed.
If you’re prepping to travel soon and are stuck on what to take with you, here are some tips for creating a travel wardrobe for short trips.
What a difference 2 years make. When I moved from midtown 2 years ago to be closer to work, I knew that my old apt was going to be renovated (landlord is a good friend), but who knew they were going to swag it out + make it into a super dope Airbnb?
One of the goals I set for myself this year was to travel more, and what better way to kick things off than a quick trip to St. Louis? I was recently invited to visit Boundary, a new restaurant concept located on the grounds of The Cheshire Hotel.
We are literally in the countdown for the beginning of Fall (can you smell the crispness in the air??) but for some, these last few days signify last minute warm travels. For some Read more […]