Author: Megan Eileen

5 Must-Have Travel Products for Light (or Lazy) Packers

Whether you’re a notoriously light-packer like me or a lazy packer (also me), you’re going to need some travel to turn to time and time again. Since I’ve been hitting the road fairly often the past few months, I’ve rounded up give of my favorite products to take along on YOUR next trip. From suitcases that are smarter than you are to swimwear and shoes that double as wearable art, these creative brands don’t disappoint. 1) Bluesmart Let’s start with the number one essential: your suitcase. I’ve written about Bluesmart before, and likely will again! I have their original...

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Pressed to Perfection: Staying Wrinkle-Free on the Road and at Home

The past few years have been pretty busy ones – what with five major moves in less than five years. A lot has changed, and I’ve had to learn to roll with the punches as the saying goes. My current apartment is pretty minimalistic and while I might take a clean and crisp approach when it comes to my indoor decor, my wardrobe is as colorful as they come, especially for a New Yorker (we wear lots and lots of black). While many of my favorite pants, skirts and dresses have followed me from move to move, taking care...

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How to Make your Urban Space Feel Like Home

I’ve taken you across the world with me, so now I’m going to share a slice of my “home” with you. After moving back to New York after stints in both San Francisco and Hong Kong, we’ve worked to create an eco-friendly home in the concrete jungle of New York. Below are a few tips and tricks for making your own urban space feel more like home. Even better, I’m giving away a gorgeous “Elana” Levoit Himalayan Salt Lamp, like the one pictured below. Head on over to my Instagram for deets and if you want to buy two, make...

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Here’s Why it’s Better in the Bahamas

I might have only been in the Bahamas for a few short days, but I soaked up as much culture as I could. Whether you’re visiting with your special someone, your bestie or heading off on a solo adventure, here are a few things that are better in the Bahamas. Carnival rolls around twice a year I’m going to kick things off with a brief recap of my first Junkanoo experience. This was the sole reason I was in town and while I’m not a seasoned carnival goer, I had such a blast taking part in this twice-a-year festival....

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Girls Getaway Guide to Nevis

St. Kitts might be the place for late night partying and packed beaches but if you’re looking for a quiet option with just as much cultural offerings, consider staying in Nevis like I did. From relaxing massages and poolside cocktails to nature hikes and flavorful fare, here’s your ultimate girls getaway guide to Nevis. Choose your hotel wisely Nevis isn’t a big island so don’t worry too much about choosing your spot based on location, as it’s fairly easy to get around via car and/or hotel shuttles. Of course, if you really want to be on a beach, then...

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