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33 Travel Loves

Today is my 33rd birthday. I’m celebrating by taking the day off of work, treating myself to an huge coffee & relaxing pedi, before seeing the film Ballet 422 (I’m such a closet ballet geek). Tonight, B & I are going out for a quiet dinner. To celebrate my new age, I thought I’d share, in no […]

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Five Books to Pack for Your Next Long Flight

  I’m going to be flying a lot over the next few months, which means that it’s time to stock up on some good reading material. While I’m traditional & still enjoy the feeling of a paper book in my hands, all these books can easily be downloaded to your e-reader. Here are some of […]

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Six Business Travel Essentials

As anyone who is a 9-5 road warrior will tell you, travel for business is vastly different than traveling for leisure. Since I travel about once a month on a business trip, I’ve perfected a routine that helps me make these trips both productive & as stress free as possible. Below are some business travel […]

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Top Travel Blogs to Read in 2015

One of my favorite things about being a blogger is the incredible travel blogging community. I’m constantly amazed every day with incredibly talented, creative, thoughtful writers who share amazing experiences, & have me in deep wanderlust on a daily basis. One of my New Year’s resolution is to read more in 2015. If this is one of […]

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My New Year’s Travel Resolutions

How is it the new year already? It seems like 2014 flew by all too fast, which is probably okay to most of you, as I’ve heard more than a few people wishing 2014 “good riddance & don’t let the door hit you in the you-know-what on the way out.” ‘Tis the season for new […]

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Giving Thanks

Today in America, we celebrate the holiday of Thanksgiving. This means that we eat a lot of food (mostly turkey, mashed potatoes & glorious amounts of pie), watch football, argue about politics & religion with relatives who we only see a few times a year &, most importantly, give thanks for all that we have. […]

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