New Travel Posts
Now that you’ve all learned about the most Instagrammable foods in New York, I thought it was time to turn the attention to some of the city’s most iconic spots. Whether you want the coveted Manhattan Bridge photo because you’re a Gossip Girl fanatic (but, same) or you’re looking for something slightly less touristy…
New York is still a little chilly even though I was hoping that when I landed from Punta Cana last week I would have somehow transcended the rest of winter and that I could just fast forward to spring. All I can say is that booking a beach vacation in the Dominican Republic in March was the best thing I’ve done for myself in a while.
Of the thousands of restaurant options in New York City, it can be hard to narrow down what some of the best ones are. It totally depends on your criteria - are you looking for good food, good service, good atmosphere? Or do you secretly not care that much about any of that and just want to know which places are the best to take photos? I totally get it…
nyc neighborhood guides
One of New York’s oldest and most iconic neighborhoods is the West Village. This is one of the locations that I feel like I get asked about constantly because of its charming streets and fun restaurants and I’m so excited to finally be sharing a neighborhood guide post about it.
I'm back with another NYC neighborhood guide for you! Nolita is one of those neighborhoods thay definetly has its own personality but it can be hard to decide where its boundaries lie. For example, while writing this post I had to constantly check the suggestions I was thinking of to make sure they weren't secretly part of Soho or the Lower East Side.
Next up in my NYC Neighborhood Guide series is the Lower East Side! Manhattan's Lower East Side may have a bit of a not-so-great past, but in the last few years it's become the go-to hood for trendy food places, great bars, and millennials paying too much money for teeny tiny apartments.
I'm back with another NYC neighborhood guide! Last month I shared some of my favorite spots in East Williamsburg, the neighborhood that I currently call home. Since I loved writing about a place I know so well, it was pretty much a no-brainer that today's post would feature the neighborhood I've worked in for the last year and a half, Soho!
Ah, the Big Easy! This place has been on my list of dream trips since January (read the full list here!) and I am so thrilled that I finally got to go. Andrew and I went this past weekend for four days and we had a blast.
I bet you thought I forgot about this blog post didn’t you! Well here it is. As a follow up to my 12 can’t-miss spots in Savannah blog post from the trip I took back in August, here are all of the spots in Charleston, South Carolina that you won’t want to miss when you visit.
I can't believe it was just last week that I visited Savannah and Charleston! I love getting to make these city guides for you all because I have so much fun reliving my travels and sharing the best places to eat, drink, shop, sightsee, and more in different cities.
To the surprise of no one, on my London trip I set out on a personal mission to dine at as many of the cutest cafés, bars, and restaurants as humanly possible. I got to hit pretty much all of the spots I wanted to so I am thrilled with how many fun places…
I find it bizarre that some how in my 20-something years of life I'd never been to Miami before. I've been to Disney World in Orlando three times (at ages 4, 8, and 16 so I'm destined to go again at 32) and Naples, Florida once, but somehow Miami slipped through the cracks.
I am so excited to be bringing you a new travel post today! I follow so many awesome bloggers and even though I'm usually following them to see their style and beauty favorites, I also love when they post travel content and share what they did in different places they've been.
Hey everyone and happy Christmas weekend! I can't ! I was looking at my December editorial calendar and realized I had some Thailand trip recaps I was planning on writing, but since I vlogged the entire trip in great detail...
When I bought my plane ticket to Thailand, I felt my heart start to race. Yes, I was excited, but what actually got my heart racing what when I realized that my ticket did NOT come with a checked bag included, nor did any of the AirAsia flights we would book to travel within the country once we got there.