5 Boho Cities I Can (and Did) Call Home

As I settle into my new home of San Francisco, I’ve been finding myself feeling nostalgic for other cities that I’ve also called home. I’m all about living in the present moment (or, at least, I try to be!) but let’s take a walk down memory lane. From my semester abroad in London to my

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Passport to Comedy: Hyatt’s Humorous Approach to Hotels

This post was sponsored by Hyatt Gold Passport and the Hyatt Regency brand as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central.  I’m sure we can all say that choosing the right hotel can make or break your trip, right? Even if you’re only there to crash at night, you still want to feel comfortable

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A Taste of the Caribbean in New York

One of my goals last year was to visit more destinations in the Caribbean, as that was one area of the globe I hadn’t explored much. I’m really glad I set that goal because I discovered three of my (now) favorite destinations: Dominica, Jamaica and Curaçao. All three of these locales exceeded my already high expectations and

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How to Find Wanderlust in Everyday Life

As a travel writing professional, it might seem strange that I’d write a post about how to find wanderlust in everyday life. Yet, even travel writers can suffer from writer’s block and other struggles (read my last post). Plus, besides moving to the San Francisco Bay Area earlier this year, I really haven’t been traveling

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5 Women Who Inspire Wanderlust

Earlier this month I attended the first ever Women’s Travel Fest hosted by the lovely Kelly Lewis of Go! Girl Guides. Kelly and I met about two years ago while traveling through Israel and having kept in touch since, it hardly surprised me that she managed to pull something of this great magnitude off like

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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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My Summer in Instagram Photos

Up until this summer I had really been neglecting my Instagram account. That all changed this summer when I experienced a new found love for the social app. I’ve been posting regularly the last few months and here are a few of my favorite shots. Sometimes a picture is really worth more than a longwinded

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Rising up from Life’s Setbacks

Over the past month or so I’ve been doing a lot of soul searching and considering introspection is one of my favorite pastimes, this is nothing new. I know that I am passionate about travel, writing and a handful of other hobbies but when it comes to my long-term goals, I’m clueless. Granted, I’m only

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My Boho Month of May

May has flown by much faster than I expected. This time last year I was just leaving a thrilling month in Colombia and gearing up for a trip to Israel and Palestine. This time around, I’m still managing to find adventures right in my own backyard. Here’s what I’ve been up to lately. Kicking my

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5 Ways to Feel Local in NYC

Tourists in New York are pretty easy to spot. They tend to do annoying things like stop in the middle of a sidewalk to take a picture or worse, they make it nearly impossible to skirt around them because they all walk next to each other. I certainly don’t mean to sound judgmental because after

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