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Weekend Wanderlust + Roman Holiday

Happy (LONG) Weekend! I hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend planned! I’ve just finished up the Rome Travel Itinerary (check it out HERE if you have a trip planned to Italy soon) and I couldn’t help but think about having my own Roman Holiday this weekend! If you haven’t seen the movie, it’s a classic comedy about a Princess tired of her daily duties who sneaks out to explore Rome. Needless to say, a weekend of indulging in things…

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13 Helpful Things To Know Before You Visit New York City

They say one of the easiest ways to spot a tourist in New York is when someone stops to look up at the skyline. I’m guessing this is because New York is fast-paced and residents are always on the move, so there is no time to admire the skyscrapers. I’m not one to get too obsessed over blending in or making sure I don’t look like a tourist (after all – I usually AM a tourist!), but I do think…

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0 In England

15 Useful Things to Know Before You Visit London

From quintessential red phone booths and double-decker buses to Afternoon Tea and Buckingham Palace—there is something for everyone to enjoy in this city. London is an eclectic mix of old and new, full of history and tradition as well as modern art and contemporary restaurants. Although we share a language with England, there are quite a few differences to be aware of when visiting. I’ve pulled together my top 15 things to know before you go for those of you…

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A Super Helpful Travel App To Try – Splitwise

I recently went on a weekend getaway with a few close girlfriends to New York. Since we were going to be splitting expenses throughout the weekend, my friend Molly suggested we use the Splitwise App (Thanks, Mol!). I can’t even begin to tell you how useful this App was for keeping track of our expenses and making sure everyone got paid back for what they covered on the trip. I’ve found that when you’re traveling with friends or family that…

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0 In France

French Phrases to Know Before You Go

It’s always a good idea to learn at least a few phrases of the local language when you’re visiting a foreign country. I’ve found that making an effort to speak someone’s language (even if it’s just a few words) usually goes a long way–this is especially true in France. It’s also a good idea for safety reasons if you find yourself in need of a doctor or need to ask someone for help. Sometimes guidebooks can overdo it with the…

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Weekend Reading + Summer Fun!

<meta name=”google-site-verification” content=”V_RHFtQSlR4bzkGbbGjqowbsCYUgL43rK9I9mVmXo-8″ /> Helloooooo! Gosh this summer is flying by, but I’ve had so much fun the last few weeks. I met my new niece, Sadie, and I’m now the proud auntie of 8 nieces and nephews (whew!), Mike and I went out-of-town to a family reunion, my best friend had twins and I was thrilled to find out I’m the godmother to one of them (!!!!!), we’ve been exploring new restaurants with outdoor patios, getting together with friends,…

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1 In Miscellaneous/ Style

Carry-on Luggage for Every Style & Budget

It’s probably no surprise that I’m always on the lookout for cute luggage! I often hear recommendations to invest in a nice suitcase to last a lifetime, but I think it makes more sense to buy a modestly priced, yet still quality, carry-on instead. Whether you’re checking your bag or using the overhead bin, your luggage will take a few hits over time and to expect it to last a lifetime seems a bit unrealistic. If you keep your luggage…

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