Sprucing up My Mountain Home with TRI Vintage and Wares

Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve had a fascination for antiques and all things vintage. Instead of collecting Lisa Frank stickers (remember those, fellow 90’s kids?) I’d scavenge around my grandmother’s New York home for skeleton keys. She had so many and with each new discovery, my collection grew and grew over the

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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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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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10 Reasons Portland is Just the Coolest

Earlier this month I finally checked Portland off my travel bucket list only to discover that I want to check it off again and again. This city is effortlessly fascinating and everything from the gritty street art to the farm to table culinary scene tops the charts. If you’re from Portland you probably already know

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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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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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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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Photo Essay: Locals at Play

It’s been awhile since I did a photo essay so I decided to do a little round-up of some of my favorite photos of the past year. The theme is: Locals at Play and the ones I picked are of locals who game me a glimpse into their local culture. Rising Star in Punta Cana,

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My Favorite Boho Markets

As a bohemian traveler, it’s only natural that I’d obsess over local markets. There’s something so thrilling about going to a new city and learning about their culture through eating and shopping. I also can’t resist any opportunity to put my haggling skills to good use. Here are five of my favorite boho markets. For

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Boho Guide to Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is one of Israel’s most popular cities and after spending only a few days here, it’s easy to see why so many bohemian travelers adore Tel Aviv. Art In the center of Tel Aviv is the Carmel Open-Air Market, brimming with local fruit, spices, street food, clothes and souvenirs. The market is inexpensive,

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