Women’s Guide to Traveling Solo


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As a woman who loves to travel and many time solo, you learn tricks to feeling safe but also secure so that you do not miss out on any adventures. I always get the same “you travel alone, that would make me so nervous” it does sometimes. Honestly, I have learned some amazing things about […]

September 9, 2018

Perfect (Cheap) Day in Napa Valley


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Anyone who is a fanatic of wine like I am knows that Napa Valley is one of the world’s most ideal places to visit. For my birthday this year, I ventured the long and sleepless flight to San Francisco with a girlfriend. Let me tell you what, it’s worth it just for the stunning mountain […]

June 6, 2018

Free Attractions in NYC


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NYC is known for not being easy on a budget. However, there are many free attractions in NYC. So if you’re visiting or even live in NYC and looking for ways to be thrifty (we all are trying to save extra money for our Starbucks addiction) and need a couple suggestions, here are some of […]

May 29, 2018

4 Must Have Fashions for New Orleans


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South Louisiana is typically lacking in seasons as generally so fashion in New Orleans is tropical all the time. South Louisiana is hot and humid majority of the time. This is a good thing for someone who loves the heat and humidity like I do (minus my hair). Spring and Summer have been when I […]

May 28, 2018

Where to Stay in New Orleans


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I recently just came back from New Orleans, again. I believe it’s becoming a tradition of some sorts. Searching for cheap places to stay in New Orleans can be a bit overwhelming. But, fear not! You can save more room in your budget for a hand grenade and other signature drinks. These are a couple […]

May 26, 2018

Why Getting Laid Off Was The Best Thing


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The American Dream can be, exhausting. Whew. So, this year has been a whirlwind for me. I wanted to share a little bit of realness. The first of this year I was laid off from my job, and girl let me tell you what I was proud of that job. What a blow that was! […]

May 23, 2018

Top Two Taquerias in San Diego


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WiSan Diego, possibly one of my favorite cities. The sun is always shining, if you need good tequila Mexico is super close, and the latino food is fire (literally, my mouth was on fire). This is not your typical Tex-Mex tacos. These savory little artisan tacos were authentic and did not dull down the spices […]

May 18, 2018

Beginners Guide to Sweets in Paris


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Sweets and Paris, every girl (and boys) dream. Paris is a dream come true for sweet tooth addicts and dessert lovers alike. All the different varieties of confection that delight will make your mouth water. The delightful deserts sure did make my visit to Paris that much more mouthwatering. Below is a list of the […]

March 17, 2018

The Best Guide to Packing Light


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What is Overpacking? Every woman knows the feeling of trying to pack light. We get overly excited about going on a vacation together either with a bunch of girlfriends or our significant other.  As we begin to prepare outfits mentally or piecing things together that we’ve seen on Pinterest a slow realization comes to mind, […]

January 30, 2018

Travel Itinerary for 48 hours in London


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For a first time visiting London, I would say pack a good pair of shoes. My first visit to London, England recently left me in awe of the scenery and my feet quite sore. I made the fatal mistake to attempt to look cute versus practical. For anyone traveling to London on a short time […]

January 28, 2018