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3 San Francisco Travel Hacks You Need To Know About

In my day-to-day lifestyle, I’m a pretty laid back person. I’m rarely stressed about having a plan, but nothing grinds my gears more than poor travel habits that then lead to a tornado of problems later down the road. In an expensive city like San Francisco, little mistakes can easily cost you loads of time, money, and hair follicles from the sheer stress of it all. Practice these…

10 Things To Do In Berkeley California Today

There’s nothing that I love more than Berkeley California. After a rough guesstimation, I would say that I’ve been to Berkeley at least 6 times in my lifetime and it just gets more and more exciting the older I get. New restaurants open up, political movements gain momentum, and someone is always nude in public-somewhere. I came to San Francisco for a wedding this past weekend and I…

The Carry On Packing Guide: Summer In New York

When in doubt, vacation.  I was lucky enough to find this piece in Spain recently, and it’s basically my life motto. Tomorrow I’m leaving for New York and I couldn’t be more stressed. I have SOOO much work to do while I’m flying across the pond, school is right around the corner, and I’m torn between taking a carry-on (my go-to) or a medium sized suitcase to smuggle…

The Cost Of Coachella: 5 Other Things You Could Have Done For The Same Money

Recently, the average cost of Coachella has been on my mind.  Like many of my millennial peers, my Facebook and Instagram feed has been hijacked by Coachella-enthusiasts with carefully curated photos of their trendy outfits and #candied poses for all of the world to enjoy.  #Jelly I’ve been to a few music festivals back in my day, but when I did some research about the cost of attendance, from the tickets to…

A Guide For Americans Moving To London: What You Need To Know Before You Take The Plunge

Before we continue, I’d just like to encourage you to give up.  Abandon ship.  This was my hardest move yet AND I’M STILL struggling to adjust to my new home for more reasons than one.  I wanted to focus on the realities that come with a major move to London and remove the romanticism that comes with this “international dream.”  Let’s just say the British took it personally…