It is officially Hamptons season! New Yorkers, and those in the tri-state area have waited all year to be able to escape to the string of luxurious seaside communities located a few hours outside of the bustling city. If you have decided that this is the year you will vacation in the Hamptons, here are a few tips that will help you live like the locals and famously enjoy this incredible beach city.
I recently visited Porto, Portugal. Upon arrival, I wasn’t sure what to expect, except good wines and breathtaking views. While strolling through the district of wine caves, I stumbled upon the brand new The House of Sandeman Hostel and Suites. I asked my friend if I could go in to take a look. We walked up two flights of stairs and was impressed by the refined decor and friendly staff.
I instantly knew I had to stay here. I booked two nights on the spot for the following Monday and Tuesday. The total cost was 28 Euros, which included a two-night stay and breakfast each day. That’s $32 for all my friends in the States. I think this is by far the best deal I have encountered in the last three months of traveling. Here is the breakdown of the hostel and suites for those who are looking for accommodations while in Porto.
Today marks National Donut Day, so why not make a round up of the best gooey donut places to visit and celebrate! There is something wonderful as a crisp delicious outside yet warm and soft baked inside. It goes hand in hand with a rich, strong coffee. Let me know in the comments what you’ll indulge in for the day.
The biggest question I receive is how do you afford to travel, and especially for three months? In this article, I will share all my tips and tricks on getting the best deals, ways to save, where to splurge, and how to organize it all. If you are looking to travel the world, and not willing to spend your life savings, keep reading on how I afford to travel for three months! These tips can be applied by anyone (no comp rooms for reviews here!).
When it comes to heading out on your next vacation, you’ll often find that you follow a bit of a pattern. It may not even be something that you’re aware of. When you think about researching your next trip, you may look for the same kinds of hotels, similar areas, and even travel in the same country. While there’s nothing wrong with that, you may find that your travel experiences are limited. There’s a big world out there, and by sticking to your same patterns, you may find that you’re missing out on seeing different cultures, meeting new people, and just enjoying what the world has to offer. So why not make a change this year?
I’ve been receiving quite a few questions regarding traveling through different countries on my own. Ranging from what to pack to how I deal with language barriers. I thought I would write up a list of tips I’ve found to be helpful while it is fresh in my mind. If you haven’t seen on Instagram, I’ve traveled through Tokyo, Kyoto, Dubai, and now Patras Greece. This is my first solo trip and I am beyond grateful I took the leap. You can read all about that experience.
I took a weekend trip to Kyoto and it blew my mind. I had no idea what to expect when arriving by the Nozomi bullet train. I really didn’t think I would have loved it as much as I did. There is so much to see and do in the cute city. There is so much natural beauty to the town. I also know part of the reason I loved it so much, was my experience at the Millennials in Kyoto. This is not sponsored btw, this is my honest review and support to a company who is doing something awesome.
Many women lead full and hectic lives. You might be juggling the demands of your boss with family life and various other commitments. One thing’s for sure, most women feel like they have very little spare time. A full calendar can be great; it means that you’re living a fulfilled life and are in high demand. However, it is important to be mindful of the fact that nobody can run on empty for very long. It’s vital to have enough time in your life to relax and unwind. Stress and fatigue can creep up on those who haven’t taken any time out for themselves, and especially of those who just keep plowing through their responsibilities and commitments. Believe me, I am that girl! But I realized that the constant on-the-go can lead to potential health and well-being issues, resulting in time away from work and responsibilities that you can’t afford to miss.
I’ve received quite a few requests for this post, so here it is! How to avoid overpacking for a trip. I’ve done a month long trip through Europe with one carry-on suitcase, I am currently on a three month trip with that same carry-on suitcase and a backpack. Needless to say, I’ve gotten this minimalist packing approach down to a science. In this article, I’ll share what exactly to pack with you for a trip. Whether that is a week long or a month long. If you are willing, it can be done with two carry-ons. Are you ready? Let’s go!