Browsing Category Wanderlust + NYC

Packing Strategy: A Few Weeks in Europe

Friday, May 5, 2017

By now you know I love to travel. I have a mad case of wanderlust and desire for adventure that fuel my passion of exploring both new and old places. It’s a real problem trust me. However, with all of that traveling comes the very very un fun part of a traveler’s life … packing, unpacking and repacking. This year alone I’ve gone from Texas - Mexico - NYC (in January!) - Mustique - DC ...

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Good Bye States! Hello Europe!

Thursday, April 13, 2017

I often find myself shying away from traveling to cities I’ve frequented in the past, however when it comes to Paris and London all rules go out the window. These cities have captivated me each and every time in a way very few places have. As I prepare to embark on a three week European excursion with visits to both cities I find myself eager to swing by a few of my favorite spots but ...

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Two Nights At: Nizuc Resort, Serenity in Cancun

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

If you’ve noticed I’ve spent a significant amount of time in Mexico this year - particularly so right outside of Cancun in Playa Mujeres to help my little sister plan her wedding. I’m happy to report that the wedding was a celebration of epic proportion and will be shared on the blog in the upcoming month or so with a survival guide for how to maintain your sanity while planning your little sister’s wedding (kidding, ...

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One night At: The Embassy Row Hotel

Monday, March 13, 2017

For New Yorker’s, DC is a quick shot south. A relatively simple 4.5 hour drive and that’s with a break. I had not been to D.C. in over four years so was excited to head back down to see some friends and clients (have to love knocking out both work and play in one trip!) With only one night in D.C. I wanted to make sure I was staying somewhere a) conveniently located to everything I ...

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The Traveler’s Favorite App

Sunday, December 4, 2016

I travel a lot. While I do go solo on trips here and there I’d say about 75% of the time I’m surrounded by friends, family or colleagues (aka fellow bad ass girl bosses.)  The hardest part about being on the go is trying to stay on top of and balance my finances, who is picking up the hotel bill because you can’t ask the front desk to split your week stay in Nicaragua between ...

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The ii Travel Guide: Mukul Resort & Spa in Nicaragua

Friday, December 2, 2016

Upon arriving in Nicaragua I was admittedly uncertain on what to expect but as I was quickly swept up prior to entering customs by a VIP attendant I could tell I was in for a treat.  While the airport itself is nothing to write home about the trip started without a wait in the customs line (can we all get a hallelujah here?!) my luggage was scooped up and put into my car as I ...

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