Middle Child Syndrome and Travel

I’m sure everyone has heard of the dreaded Middle Child Syndrome. Yet, here I am, whole-heartedly admitting that I am a middle child and in many ways I believe that my birth order has played a significant factor in why I value travel so much. Psychology was one of my majors in college so don’t

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Why Travel Writing is Misunderstood

I’m sure we’ve all had our moments when we feel misunderstood. I can only speak for myself but I’ve had many of these moments in the past year alone. Pursuing a career in the arts already puts me at a disadvantage compared to those who have a more stable and safe job. I sometimes feel

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Why New York City is My Therapist

There’s a saying here in New York City that even the shrinks have shrinks. After living here nearly three years, I can only imagine some of the things therapists must hear on a daily basis so I really hope they have a sounding board of their own. While I do see a therapist from time

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Bohemian Balancing Act

One of the challenges of being bohemian traveler is finding balance between satisfying my wandering cravings and feeling settled in my everyday life. This time last year I was working 9-5 in a city I loved and yet I often found myself day dreaming about where I wanted to travel to next. Since I was

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Bohemian Trails Takes Miami

Without a doubt, my favorite thing about having a bohemian lifestyle is deciding to book a flight to Miami at the drop of a hat. A Room with a View Technically I was there for business and while most of my two-day trip was spent hard at work, I still took some time to explore

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Personal Highlights from 2011

The past year has been pretty life changing, which is why I’ve decided to chronicle 5 things that 2011 brought me. From a new career to a better viewpoint on life, here is Megan’s thankful list. Bohemian Trails April 2012 marks the one-year anniversary of Bohemian Trails being up and running. Although I had lazily

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Christmas Beauty Around the World

The holidays are fast approaching and with New York City shining bright, I’ve decided to highlight 5 cities I’ve visited during Christmas that know how to decorate right. Cusco By far the warmest destination, I spent some time traveling through South America just a few days after Christmas. Their seasons are opposite what I’m used

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Tourism Boards Galore

Although Bohemian Trails has been up and running for just over seven months, in the grand sceme of things, I’m still a newby travel writer. I learn new things about the industry every day. This month, it was tourism boards galore. For example, it was only a few months ago that I learned about VEMEX

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November in a NutShell

November is one of my favorite months here in New York but as anyone living here will tell you, it flies by fast. Since I’m not currently traveling like some of my fellow bloggers – Leave Your Daily Hell, Wake and Wander and theplanetd just to name a few – I’ve been keeping myself preoccupied

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Five Best Food Trucks in NYC

This post is by Jessica Dante, one of our contributors. The summer of 2010 brought me to the city that never sleeps. After being offered a great internship at a small tech start-up, I packed up and moved into a teeny apartment in Gramercy with three friends. Once I deposited my first hefty paycheck, I

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