Author: Megan Eileen

Glasses that Tell a Story

If you scroll through my Instagram feed, you’ll notice that I’m a glasses girl. What you might not know is why. It’s not just because my doctor recommended I steer clear of contact lenses (more on that later) or because I have allergies that dry out my eyes; I genuinely like wearing them. I remember back in high school debating whether to give a presentation with or without my glasses. It sounds strange, but glasses have always been a kind of shield for me, protecting me from harm, whether real or perceived. Of course, I know they’re not really...

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Finding Magic in Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula

There are some destinations that tug at your heart, luring you to come back again and again. I guess Costa Rica is that place for me because less than a year after spending all of August exploring this magical country, I was back – this time, to the Osa Peninsula. Unlike my first trip where I mostly hotel hopped around the country, I decided to let Costa Rican Vacations take the stress of logistics planning off me. The result was one of the smoothest, most enjoyable trips I’ve ever had. As you might remember, I’ve traveled with NAMU Travel...

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Girls Getaway Guide to Anguilla

Ah, Anguilla, you have my heart! After a whirlwind four-day trip to this lovely island in the Caribbean, I’m officially a fan. The trip couldn’t have come at a better time. I’ve been going through some major life changes the past few months and what I really needed was a couple days in the sunshine, surrounded by great people, encouraging words and endless possibilities of how to spend each moment. Whether you’re in need of a girls getaway or just hoping to escape city life for a few days, Anguilla doesn’t disappoint. Scroll below for tips on where to...

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How to Make 15+ Travel Outfits Using Just 5 Wardrobe Essentials

As someone that’s had the misfortune of losing a checked bag before, you’ll rarely see me traveling with anything other than a carry-on. Sure, you have to be picky with what you pack, but with a few wardrobe staples, you can get pretty creative with your outfits. That said, I tend to overpack, even for my small carry-on bag. So, for my recent trip to Anguilla, I decided to go even more minimal. Instead of cramming too many clothes into a stuffed-to-the-brim suitcase, I partnered with Vacay to see how many outfits I could put together on my 5-day...

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Sprucing up My Mountain Home with TRI Vintage and Wares

Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve had a fascination for antiques and all things vintage. Instead of collecting Lisa Frank stickers (remember those, fellow 90’s kids?) I’d scavenge around my grandmother’s New York home for skeleton keys. She had so many and with each new discovery, my collection grew and grew over the years. In my tweens and early teens, my focus shifted from my key collection to my appreciation for flea markets. My dad and I would go to a flea or two just about every weekend. One of my favorite finds was this ivory-colored Freudian...

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