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

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Traveling to Paris in Style

Paris is always a good idea. Despite the saddening attacks that took place in Paris earlier this month, I want to celebrate this beautiful city instead of fearing it. My hope is that this post inspires you to travel to Paris, whether it’s now or in the near future. The Flight I may travel for

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The Best Cities for the Art Connoisseur

One of my favorite ways to tour a new city is by delving into the art scene. For some cities, that might mean paying a visit (or two) to a famous museum while other destinations might take me to the street to view innovative graffiti and politically-driven murals. Fashion is also an art, as is

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Street Art Guide to Clarion Alley

As great as the weather is in the San Francisco Bay Area, I’ve been missing the street art that I got so used to seeing near my apartment in Bushwick, Brooklyn. With that in mind, I headed to the trendy Mission District for a stroll through the mural-packed Clarion Alley, located between Valencia and Mission

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The Best Street Art and Storefronts in Toronto

November started off with a bang in Paris where I celebrated my 28th birthday and the fun continued on to Toronto. I had the pleasure of speaking at an impressive fashion & beauty blogger conference called at SPARK Sessions about the Power of Google+. It was an amazing experience and one that both challenged and excited me

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Interview with Alexandra Potter: Traveler and Author Extraordinaire

It’s not everyday that you get to chat with your favorite fiction writer but that’s exactly what happened when I decided to reach out to Alexandra Potter on Twitter a few weeks ago. I was in the middle of reading one of her books, You’re The One That I Don’t Want, and was in near hysterics

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Guide to Nashville’s Creative Art Hubs

Featured image: Gavin Whitner As I mentioned in my other Nashville post, many of the cool neighborhoods are not within walking distance of downtown so I definitely recommend renting a car or at splurging on a taxi to visit at least one of these areas while in town. Exploring Nashville’s innovative art hubs was a major

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Motivational Murals of Indy

Before connecting the dots that I’d be visiting Indianapolis during the Indy 500 weekend, my main reason for heading the midwestern city was to check out their new Cultural Trail. I’ve always thought of Indy as more of a sports destination than anything else so when I learned about this urban bike and pedestrian connecting

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Local Street Art Culture in Beirut

This is a guest post by Aline Mayard of YallaBye.eu. Beirut was such a beautiful, cosmopolitan, and vibrant city in the 50’s and 60’s that it was known as the Paris of the Middle East. But the country was stroke by a civil war from 1975 to 1990 leaving the city in ruins. Ever since the 90s,

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The Best Street Art in Helsinki

Since today is Friday and I’m sure many of you are already looking forward to the weekend, I’ve decided to showcase some of the amazing street art I discussed in my last post about Helsinki. These avant-garde images are created by local graffiti artists in the Suvilahti neighborhood. My favorite thing about the artwork I found

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