NO MORE HASHTAGS: THE CASE FOR DEFUNDING POLICE

It has been two weeks since the video of George Floyd being murdered by the police was released. The past two weeks have felt like an absolute nightmare. From seeing the video of another Black man’s life being taken at the hands of police, to the violent response of the government to protests, to the […]

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Reopening America: Coronavirus Reopening Measures in All 50 States

Data was last refreshed on 5/27/2020. Unless you have been living under a rock, you will know that travel has been restrictive in the United Sates and in most countries around the world. Many states in the U.S. have had some form of a lockdown, which restricts their residents movement, since March in order to […]

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How to Plan an Affordable Ski Trip

I have always wanted to go skiing but I never really knew where to start with planning. If you know me, you know I love planning trips and planning every little detail. But for some reason planning my first ski trip was not as easy as I thought it would be. I am always looking […]

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Jamaica Travel Guide

What can I not say about Jamaica? Montego Bay (MoBay), simply put, was perfect! From the food, to the activities, to the people. Everything was fantastic. I will be recapping all the greatness that is Jamaica in this travel guide. Before I start I would like to point out that tipping is a big part […]

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How I Paid $30K of Debt in 1.5 Years While Traveling the World

Nearly 42% of Millennials currently have student loans and borrowers between 25 and 34 years of age currently owe a total of $497.6 billion.* This increasing debt is making it increasingly harder for people to live the life that was once afforded to their parents. From buying homes, to buying cars, getting married, having kids […]

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Playa Del Carmen: Grand Riviera Princess Resort Review

A trip to Cancun is great for relaxation and/or adventure. While you can stay and relax on the beach or at a resort pool all day, you can also catch some adventure with the many excursion companies that are available in the area. It is also a relatively affordable vacation especially with the huge amounts […]

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Tijuana Travel Guide

I visited Tijuana a few months ago for the first time and I fell in love with everything about the city especially the food. I love Mexican food so it was not really that hard of a sell. Tijuana has gotten a bad reputation over the years because of the high crime rate. When I […]

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A Day in Oklahoma City

I am currently on a quest to visit all 50 states in the United States. So far I have visited the following states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Washington D.C., Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, Wisconsin, In total I have visited 18 states and Washington D.C.. […]

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10 Steps to Planning the Perfect Bachelorette Trip

In the past it was common for brides to have a bacholorrete party but lately with travel becoming cheaper and cheaper, more and more brides are planning weekend getaways to popular destinations. Recently, I was tasked with planning a bachelorette trip for a group of 8. The group was comprised of 2 brides and 6 […]

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A Day in New Orleans

New Orleans is a crossroad of many cultures. It brings together the best of French, Creole, and American cultures to create a culture that is unlike any other. It is filled with constant celebration of all three cultures through the use of food, music and pure joy. Below is an itinerary of a day well […]

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