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

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BucketFeet: The Perfect Shoe for the Art-Loving Traveler

As both an editor and a freelance journalist, I receive a lot…and I mean a LOT of press releases every day. Usually I skim through them, not expecting anything that fits my demographic. Bohemian Trails isn’t really about hard-hitting news so usually the emails aren’t all that pressing. There was one email, however, that stood

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Boho Guide to New Orleans

New Orleans continues to be a hub for artists, designers, and musicians. Perhaps best known for its annual Mardi Gras celebration, the city has plenty to offer in terms of culture and entertainment any time of year. From flavorful Creole cuisine and inventive cocktails to live jazz performances and local artisan markets, here’s a boho guide to

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New York Artist Kito Mbiango

When it comes to artistic talent, sometimes living in New York makes me feel like I’m a kid in a candy shop. Today’s featured artist is Kito Mbiango and while he currently lives in the Big Apple, he has traveled all around the world. His work reflects many of these travels and what draws me in

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Boho Guide to Stockholm

Stockholm is one of those cities that appeals to just about every type of traveler. Culture enthusiasts have a slew of museums to choose from while foodies can indulge in traditional cuisine with a modern twist at every meal. While Stockholm has somewhat of a bad reputation when it comes to the exchange rate, it’s still

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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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5 Neighborhoods of London for the Avant-Garde Traveler

I’ve written about London neighborhoods before and that’s because there are so many fabulous ones to explore. During my semester abroad, I spent any free moment I had simply wandering around London. Similar to New York, I found that each area had its own distinct personality and that’s not the case in every city. This

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Kyoto Neighborhood Guide

I found Kyoto very manageable, especially compared to a larger city like Tokyo. I spent three days exploring the different neighborhoods, sampling local food and people-watching whenever my legs needed a break. Kyoto has a good number of neighborhoods and just like other cities like New York and London, each feels different and appeals to

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Boho Guide to the Croatian Coast

Before visiting for myself and discovering otherwise, I assumed that summer was the best time to experience Croatian culture. Images of larger-than-life yachts and drunk twenty-somethings danced in my head but that was as far as my imagination wandered. Our trip was specifically tailored toward budget, off-season travel so I was somewhat surprised when some

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Neighborhood Guide to Québec City

For my latest Neighborhood Guide I’ve chosen Québec City. From the newly revamped Saint-Roch neighborhood to the historic streets of Quartier Petit Champlain and Vieux-Québec, this French Canadian city has many faces. If you have time, try to visit these major neighborhoods but otherwise, this guide should give you an idea of which spots you will gravitate toward most.

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