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

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Life Updates and New Changes

It’s hard to believe that 2015 is now upon us. If feels like yesterday I was celebrating 2014 but here we are, about to embark on a new year. I’ve accomplished a lot this year and I hope that I continue to challenge myself and step outside my comfort zone. Here are a few changes

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Exploring Toronto’s Hippest Neighborhood

Before heading to Toronto early last month, I had already heard about the city’s coolest neighborhood, West Queen West, and was eager to explore it firsthand. For those unfamiliar with what Vogue deems the world’s second hippest neighborhood, it’s basically a one-stop-shop for everything trendy. I toured the area on a rainy afternoon and even with

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Fashion and Design Guide to Stockholm

Stockholm is hands down one of the most design-oriented and fashionable cities I’ve ever visited. Artistic expression is seen through the clothes people wear, the food they eat and the galleries they frequent. With so much creativity going on, I decided to do a fashion and design guide rather than my normal neighborhood guide. Don’t worry

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Fashion Guide to NoLIta

I had so much fun writing my hipster guide to the Lower East Side that I decide to make it a series. There are so many amazingly fascinating neighborhoods in New York and each deserves a little praise once in a while. Today’s guide is all about NoLIta, or North of Little Italy to be

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Guide to London Street Markets

It’s no secret that I’m more than slightly obsessed with London. I may have only lived there for six months but I go back whenever I can because it really does feel like my second home. As a struggling American student trying to survive a bad exchange rate, I relied on markets for many of

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Bohemian Changes and Stages

As Bohemian Trails quickly nears its two year blog-versary, I couldn’t be more proud of what it’s become. Blogging began as an outlet for me and soon turned into a real career. The last year alone took me to Europe on three separate occasions, South America, the Middle East and the Caribbean. I needed this

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How to Feel Boho Chic When Flying Coach

Let’s face it, few people would choose coach over first-class if given the option. After all, it’s never enjoyable to pass the luxurious first-class flyers as you board your flight and head straight to the back in search of your coach seat assignment. I flew first class one time in my life and this was

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Neighborhood Guide to Helsinki

Compared to other global cities, Helsinki is relatively small in geographic size and population, making it easily navigated by foot or bike. During my stay in here, I got to know the different neighborhoods fairly well. Each is unique in its own way and adds to the innovative complexity of the city as a whole.

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Neighborhood Guide to Oslo

While there are many neighborhoods in and around Oslo, there are four main areas ideal for travelers interested in global art and culture. Check out this city guide to Oslo for the best recommendations: City Center Most travelers visiting Oslo are sure to stay near the city center. The historical center is called Kvadraturen and

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