Travel Guides


Commonly known as “The Land of Fire and Ice,” Iceland has an allure that has been drawing in travelers to experience its unique natural attractions, like glaciers, volcanoes, waterfalls, geysers, lagoons, and more. You can reach Iceland direct from the east coast in only about five hours. If you’re just passing through on your way elsewhere in Europe, it’s easy to extend your stay for...

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It has been a long time since I’ve traveled to a place that really transformed me the way that Cuba has. Being forced to mostly disconnect was the greatest blessing in disguise. I didn’t have to think about posting on social media or who to tag. I didn’t need to check my email in case anything important came in or even just to keep up...

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We all need a real vacation every so often. Lounging, pampering, disconnecting… whatever it takes to hit that refresh button and declutter your mind. True relaxation. I’m guilty of not taking the time to slow down from the hustle of every day living, but there’s something about spending time on an island with a “don’t worry” vibe that makes slowing down a whole lot easier....

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Another year, another gift travel guide! For 2019, some of my favorites have returned to the list, but I’ve also added some additional gifts that I’ve been gushing over lately. You’ll find everything from fun to practical to unique for all the travel lovers in your life. Dive right in and get ready to perfect your gift guide this year! Allbirds $95 Allbirds are my...

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Tucked away in southeast Wyoming, there’s a little corner of the state that’s a true taste of the American west. From Cheyenne to Laramie to Saratoga and everywhere in between, you’ll experience the tales of well-known outlaws, jaw-dropping landscapes, and immersive western history lessons. Wyoming was also a leader in the fight for women’s equality across the United States, and the legacies of these unsung...

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It’s a magical place, Québec City. It’s like a trip to Europe without ever leaving North America. Its quaint city streets, Québécois culture, and traditional cuisine have all the charm and history you need without crossing the pond. Don’t worry about renting a car — it’s a walkable city and Uber is readily available for any trips further out of Old Quebec. The city is predominantly...

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A summertime girl’s getaway to Mackinac Island proved to be the perfect quiet retreat to slow down and disconnect while enjoying a more simple nineteenth-century way of living without cars. After the first automobile drove the roads of Mackinac Island, it didn’t take long for automobiles (or, “horseless carriages” as the locals called them) to be banned completely on the island in 1898. Make the most of...

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When the spring snows melt and ski season comes to an end, it makes way for the beautiful warm summer and fall months in colorful Colorado. The open road winding through the towering Rocky Mountains awaits, as the perfect southwestern Colorado road trip beckons. As much as I love Boulder and the greater Denver area, the rest of Colorado is just too wonderful to overlook. The...

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It’s hard to resist the orange rooftops reflected in the crystal clear blue waters of the Adriatic Sea along the Croatian coast. Last summer, I had the pleasure of visiting Croatia after my trip to Sweden and I fell head over heels for the country. My sister and I flew into Croatia from Stockholm and met the rest of our family for the start of our multigenerational trip...

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