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72 Hours in Munich

Sunday, February 3, 2019

It’s been a solid 10+ years since I’ve wandered the cobblestone, pub filled streets of Munich. So much has changed yet so much has remained the same. The history of this city is captivating but what has drawn me back is how unexpectedly cool it is – and yes there is more to do here than just Oktoberfest. Add in the fact that I can walk all over, drink all the beers and eat all the ...

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What to Pack: Mexico Wedding Edition

Monday, December 10, 2018

How refreshing is it to head to a warm weather destination while there is snow falling on the ground at home??!? For me, it’s my favorite thing next to actually sitting on the beach. The fact that I don’t have to deal with a massive overweight suitcase and a million layers is heavenly. [video width="1920" height="1080" mp4=""] First – I NEVER check a suitcase unless I absolutely have to. Meaning I need to be heading out on ...

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The Jetsetter’s Must-Have Gift Guide

Sunday, November 25, 2018

Take it from someone who at times lives 30,000 feet in the air, travel gear is CRUCIAL to surviving even the shortest of trips. This holiday season while some may be asking for new pillows for their home or those great OTK boots, those of us who crave an adventure will be pleasantly surprised come Christmas morning when we open something other than another sweater or coffee maker. (Being an adult is soooo glamourous!) So in lieu of those ...

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Travel Guide: A Non Bachelorette Party Take on Nashville

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Being a fairly well-traveled girl I have a keen desire to see as much of the world as I possibly can - finding myself in hidden villages in France,  lost on a tuktuk in Thailand, exploring a remote island in the most obscure of ocean enclosed places and seeking solace in beautiful countryside’s in Hungary, Germany and England  - yet I’ve neglected my own country these past few years. As a child I grew up ...

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Why now is the time to visit the British Virgin Islands

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Nearly a year ago the tiny, beautifulislands that make up the British Virgin Islands were hit in an way by Hurricane Irma that some of them may never recover. Richard Branson’s infamous Nectar island sustained damage that devastated the private island. Anguilla’s multi-million dollar resorts are in the process of recovery.  The private island  Scrub Island is working to be open by November and their quick recovery process has been thanks to  their parent company ...

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48 Hours in Hollywood

Monday, July 30, 2018

In what I refer to as my former life in corporate America I traveled out to LA more times a year than I care to remember. So often that I should have just had corporate housing out there! I never got a chance to relax, take that hike, spend time on the beach but I did get to experience the nightmare that is LA traffic! Nowadays my trips out to the west coast are more ...

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