Spring is one of my favourite times to visit New York.You skip the summer smog and the winter cold,but knowing what to wear in New York in Spring can be tricky.Using my 5,4,3,2,1 packing list method,I've put together a guide to help you cover all your activities with style.
Oh New Brunswick,with your pristine nature,your celebration of culture,and your love of seafood.Where you can walk on the ocean's floor,swim in Canada's warmest salt water,and scale heights at North America's first UNESCO Global Geopark.Whether you like to explore small towns or dive into an urban core,relax and pamper yourself at a spa or push your limits outdoors,there's something for you in New Brunswick.
Jennifer Aniston is playing the minimalism card to perfection in this timeless airport style look.Wedge boots are the smart choice for sprinting in a heel while a camel coloured wool coat is a timeless classic that will never go out of style.
Landing in a new city can be intimidating and overwhelming.There are so many things to figure out and so much potential for things to go awry.That first day can set the tone for your whole visit.There are a few things that I find I always do when I land somewhere new and focusing on accomplishing those tasks puts me at ease.
If you want to travel but it intimidates you,maybe some of these stories will make you think,"well,hell if she can do it,so can I!" And if so,then my job here is done.For this story I'm going to take you back to Barcelona in 2014 when I was still a relatively new solo traveller.Fakin' it 'til I makin' it…
How friggin' cool is Newfoundland?So cool in fact,that narrowing down this list to just 101 things to do in Newfoundland was a tall order.For a somewhat isolated island hove off into the North Atlantic we have no shortage of things to keep you busy on your trip.These picks are my favourite things to do on the island.