One Tribe Apparel Holiday Giveaway

In honor of the upcoming holiday season and as a personal thank you for following me through the years, I’ve teamed up with One Tribe Apparel for a very special giveaway! The winner will walk away with his or her favorite pair of pants or leggings at no cost (free shipping, too)! I’m partnering with One Tribe

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10 Holiday Gift Ideas for Your Special Someone

The holidays are fast approaching, which can only mean one thing: It’s time to start shopping for that special someone! Whether it’s your first holiday season with your significant other or your tenth, you can still make it a memorable one by appealing to their adventurous side. Afterall, traveling more may very well be on

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Stunning Vallarta Nayarit in One Minute

Turismo de Mexico has a new campaign that just launched and it is seriously making me want to book a last-minute plane ticket to Puerta Vallarta stay there indefinitely. In terms of my own Mexico travel, I’ve been to Cozumel and the Los Cabos area and while both of those trips were truly memorable, there is

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Four Boho Ways to Tour Ibiza

This is a guest post by Samantha Vowles. Europe’s infamous party island has always enjoyed a pretty clear cut reputation for sizzling clubs, superior beats and inebriation. But more recently, holidays to Ibiza have become as much about the chill as the chaos; the island’s mellow roof terrace vibe, hippy markets and idyllic golden sunsets belie

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Cruising to Europe’s Prettiest Ports

This is a guest post by Christopher Harvey. Summer is almost in full swing so it seems only natural that we look at some of Europe’s most captivating and compelling port cities. Whether you choose to visit the beautiful and balmy Mediterranean or the colder yet equally attractive Baltic Sea, there are plenty of opportunities to discover

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Lapland: The Ultimate Winter Wonderland

Two summers ago I got the chance to spend a few days in Lapland (Finland to be exact). While I’ve never visited Lapland in winter, I can only imagine how beautiful it looks with all the fluffy white snow all over the place. If I were to go back to Lapland in the wintertime, here

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How to Have A Budget but Baller Trip

I recently attended a panel here in New York all about how to travel like a baller. I sort of hate that word because it sounds ridiculous but it does get the message across. As a travel writer, I’ve never had a huge income and not all of my travels are for business, which means

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Enjoying the Holidays Around the World

The holidays never fail to lift my spirits. There’s something so beautiful about Christmas lights reflecting off snow-covered streets and sipping warm, hot-chocolate as I gaze outside my apartment window. I’m not as crazy about all the commercial hoopla pushed down our throat but I understand that like every industry, the holidays is a business

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My Best Bogota Memory

Like many other avant-garde travelers, I wasn’t sure what to expect when arriving to Bogota. This trip was a personal one and so I preferred to let things unravel naturally. Before arriving, I was warned by countless people to watch out for pick-pockets, kidnappers and criminals in general. Despite the borderline frightening moment I’m about

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