The Best Carry-On Luggage for International Travel

AWAY luggage store New York City

Before I left for Paris, I was in serious need of good, quality luggage. The Search I found a matching set of large and medium luggage by Delsey, but I wanted something special for my carry-on. It only made sense to have a carry-on that would accommodate most, if not all, international restrictions. The carry-on […]

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A Photo Diary of One Week in Valencia, Spain

Valencia Spain City Center

I’m happy to finally cross Spain off of the travel bucket list! My boyfriend planned us a vacation in Valencia, Spain for the last week in June. I definitely left my comfort zone by leaving my French habits at Charles de Gaulle—I don’t know any Spanish—but we had an amazing time exploring the city and […]

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Sigmund Freud Museum, Vienna

Freud Museum Vienna Austria waiting room

Out of all of the places Steph and I visited during our short stay in Vienna, I didn’t anticipate the Freud Museum to leave such a lasting impression. We visited the Freud Museum in the late afternoon after eating schnitzel for lunch. The museum is a 10-minute walk from Votivkirche and Universitatstrasse. When you approach the […]

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Link Haul | International Travel Tips

I have a habit of hoarding blog post links and never sharing them. Until now. I always try to find out what’s happening in the social media landscape and lifestyle/travel blogosphere by reading a lot of articles. Most of the links I used to save were entrepreneurial inspirations, but since I’ve joined several different blogger networks […]

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48 Hours in Paris, France

Being back in the City of Light after three years made me ask myself how I was able to leave. It was like getting back on a bike after not riding for a while—it takes a second, but soon the motions come naturally. Put up the kickstand, push, adjust yourself as needed, then you’re good […]

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Secession, Vienna’s Center for Artistic Expression

Vienna’s Secession continues to carry legacy of expressing and supporting artistic freedom On our first afternoon in Vienna, Steph and I walked from lunch at the Naschmarkt down the street to explore. Upon spotting Secession, I insisted on stopping in immediately before going further. I had researched and presented on Secession two years ago for […]

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