For those of you who follow this blog, you may be thinking—wait you don’t have a kid, so why are you writing a post on a family-friendly resort? First of all, let me live. And no this isn’t my blogger way of announcing I’m preggo. It is, however, my way of letting you guys know
I’ve always had the perception that the Maldives was mostly for those with tons of money to burn. While I do enjoy luxury travel, the jaw dropping price tags of some of the big, fancy resorts in the Maldives is kinda where I draw the line. What if I told you there was another way?
I can’t believe it you guys. My husband and I somehow managed to fly to one of the most perfect-looking places on earth for our 1-year anniversary: The Maldives. Not only that—we somehow managed to stay in the private paradise that was crowned “The #1 Top Resort in the World” by Condé Nast Traveler: Naladhu
Picture this. You’re all set to go on the most amazing adventure of your life. About to board a plane to one of those dream destinations that tends to be a screensaver on most people’s computers (The Maldives) and getting there on what was voted the World’s Best Airline of 2017 (Emirates). On top of
PIN ME FOR LATER! Hey peeps! Have you been following my Insta stories this week? I shared a glimpse of my travel schedule for the next few months. Right now I’m visiting Los Angeles and Seattle for two weeks! Yesterday I stayed at Kimpton Hotel Monaco Seattle and I’m going to share with you why!
For the past few days or so, my Facebook timeline has been flooded with news about the tiger that had been roaming the streets of Atlanta. Many seemed bewildered for the most part. C’mon, is it really that shocking? Let me explain. FIRST, WHAT HAPPENED? The Bengal tiger wandering around Atlanta was named Suzy and
If you thought Hong Kong was just skyscrapers and bright lights, guess again. It’s a mix of both dazzling cityscapes and the jaw dropping landscapes that surround it. Here are my top 15 favorite things we did in Hong Kong during our honeymoon. WATCH MY VIDEO (and continue reading below): 1. Buy an Octopus Card
I first went to the Women in Travel Summit in 2016 and I’m not even exaggerating when I say this conference played a role in sending me down the path that led to me quitting my job to pursue my love of travel full-time. Yep, sure did. Let me tell you the story. In 2016,
It’s no secret I love traveling overseas, but sometimes I find myself looking for a quick getaway that’s not too far from home. As an Atlanta gal, that often means finding something in the South. This summer, I was invited to stay at Hawks Cay Resort in the Florida Keys, giving me the chance to
Before I get into the good ole’ Tesla Model S news, let me just give some brief background about how I got to this point. I’ve been on a journey to live my greenest life ever since a couple years ago when I woke up and started noticing how much damage is being done to