Author: The Blonde Abroad

Happy Thanksgiving, folks! It’s been such a wild year — giving birth to Oliver and navigating being a new mom. I’ve shared a lot about my pregnancy — from what to expect in your first trimester and your second trimester to babymoon destinations in the United States to the ultimate guide to creating a baby registry. It’s truly been a whirlwind diving into this new stage, learning about all the technology out there and things to help navigate parenting. Well, in an effort to help you “better navigate” things, I’ve rounded up some of the best baby products that are…

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Whether you are into sports, art, nightlife, or food, Chicago has it all. Sports fans can catch a game at the famous Wrigley Field, while art lovers can enjoy a stroll through the Art Institute of Chicago. The Windy City has amazing award-winning restaurants and ample nightlife. No matter who is in your group, there is something for everyone in Chicago, Illinois. While there are numerous hotels to choose from in the big city, I’ve compiled a list of Chicago hotels that will fit any budget. From luxurious locations to budget-friendly stays, here are the best hotels to stay at…

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If you’re looking for a place to visit that has it all, Lisbon is the city for you. From historical castles to pristine beaches to fantastic food and wine, Lisbon has something for everyone. Before deciding where to stay in Lisbon, make sure to check out the ultimate Lisbon Travel Guide. Staying in Old Town Lisbon (downtown) is generally the easiest place to stay because it gives you the flexibility to explore Lisbon, but also has access to public transportation which allows you to explore the surrounding areas. Portugal is one of the most affordable destinations in Europe, and here…

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Tokyo, the capital of Japan, has so much to offer its visitors. You can enjoy some of the best nightlife, unique dining experiences, and creative museums. While there’s a good chance you’ve seen pictures of Shibuya Crossing — it’s pretty iconic, there are so many other fun things to do in Tokyo! If this is your first time going to Japan, also check out my tips for traveling to Japan, the best time to travel to Japan — super helpful info! I’d also recommend taking a look at my ultimate Tokyo travel guide and my Japan travel guide to give…

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Esperanza, Auberge Resorts Collection Esperanza, Auberge Resorts Collection offers a babymoon package called Hola Bebé. This package includes a four-night stay, a spa day, a date night dinner, a babymoon photoshoot, and so much more. We took advantage of this package and enjoyed several blissful days at Esperanza for our babymoon in March. We’d spend the whole day here doing a whole lotta nothing—and I’d do it the exact same way all over again! If you’re into candlelit lanterns, swaying palms, gorgeous cabanas, and wooden swing sets by the beach — Esperanza may just be the place for you. The…

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Once the capital of Australia, Melbourne is one of the liveliest cities in the place down under. There are so many things to do in Melbourne that everyone is sure to find something they enjoy. From walking around and admiring the street art to relaxing at a cafe and sipping some of the world’s best coffee, and from hiking some of the most scenic trails to driving the seaside cliffs of the Great Ocean Road, Melbourne is one of the best vacation destinations for the solo traveler or the group. There are so many more things to do in Melbourne…

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Dreaming of a trip to Egypt to see the Pyramids of Giza and discover all the wonders of Cairo and the surrounding areas? I would highly recommend learning about Egyptian history before going and researching cultural norms before your trip, in fact, here are my tips for traveling in Egypt to help you plan. One thing that will definitely stand out to you are the two “Cs,” — you need to dress conservative and cool. And by cool, I don’t mean rocking the latest pair of sunnies or a hip hat. I mean dress to keep cool as the weather…

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It’s the destination for everything winter and skiing, but you’d be wrong to think that’s the only thing that Switzerland has to offer. Although its cold-weather ventures are up on many bucket lists (especially Interlaken in the winter), you can also discover some great options every other time of the year. This romantic country with its traditional food, picturesque landscapes, and friendly folks will leave you incredibly satisfied. So, what are the best things to do and the most beautiful places in Switzerland to visit? Don’t fret if you’re not a snow bunny, here are some of the best things…

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The Philippines is open and welcoming you again! The islands are brimming with so many cool things to do — incredible beaches to discover, delectable foods to try, and so much more! As there is no quarantine required, exploring the Phillippines is easy, accessible, and convenient. In fact, at this time of writing, it’s one of the first ASEAN countries to reopen travel borders! For those with serious wanderlust and are itching to visit the Asia Pacific, definitely add the Philippines to your radar! Here are the 10 best things to do in the Philippines! Things to Know Before You…

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Throughout my pregnancy, the number one comment I ALWAYS get is, “You’re not gonna need that.” And this goes for so many things — whether it’s baby registry items or things I’ve bought for the nursery. While “experienced” mamas might say that I’m overpreparing and not going to use half of it, I like to think of it like this: You can book a flight, see that they serve food, and bring nothing; you can also assume they’ll provide a thin blanket and pillow. Then when you arrive, you may be greeted with cardboard-passed-off-as-food and no blanket/pillow on a 10-hour…

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Florence, like the rest of Italy, is famous for its incredible cuisine! The food in Florence has many of the flavors and ingredients that you may be familiar with if you’ve tried Italian cuisine, but it also has some distinct characteristics. Because of a 16th-century trade dispute with Pisa, the bread is made with little to no salt. Despite the fact that the salt embargo has been lifted for a long time, Florentine bread is still made without salt, and other traditional dishes are made with bold flavors to complement the saltless bread. One of the city’s signature dishes is bistecca…

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Stockholm is a historic center with beautiful buildings, interesting museums, and a laid-back culture that is perfect for any coffee connoisseur. While the Vasa Museum is a great addition to any itinerary to Sweden’s capital city, there’s so much more to explore when you visit! From experiencing “fika” — the Swedish coffee break — to the incredible subway art to the Old Town of Gamla Stan and more, I’ve rounded up some of the coolest activities in Stockholm that should top your Sweden itinerary. Here are the best things to do in Stockholm! MÖRBY CENTRUM See Stockholm’s Subway Art One…

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The South of France has a reputation for being a glamorous, lush, and tropical destination — and that’s because it’s true! Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or this is your first-ever trip to France, you’ll definitely love a vacation spent exploring this region of the country. You’ll be able to experience luxurious retreats, culinary masterpieces, and a truly unmatched stretch of coastline. Not sure which cities to visit in the South of France or looking for some of the top things to do in the region? I’ve got you covered. 🙂 Here are ten of the best places you should…

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Sydney, Australia is a dream travel destination. There are plenty of things to do in Sydney — from exploring the gorgeous beaches to finding the best surf spots to all the historic drinking holes, and of course, its storied past. Although the Harbour Bridge is definitely a highlight of the city, there’s so much more you can add to your Sydney itinerary. Here are ten of the best places to visit in Sydney that aren’t the Harbour Bridge. Swim at Bondi Icebergs Club Pool Often considered to be one of the most beautiful man-made swimming spots in the world, the…

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Image by Gayle Dawn Photography from Chelsea Loren’s bachelorette party in New York City! Whether you’re the bride-to-be, the Maid of Honor, a bridesmaid, or someone else in the bridal party, planning a bachelorette party is an important and super fun part of the lead-up to the wedding day! Yes, it takes work and sometimes it can be a bit like herding cats, depending on your group of friends! But it’s a time to celebrate with your nearest and dearest, and have an amazing time together. I’m a big advocate for traveling with your girlfriends — it can be such…

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For the last 10+ years, I’ve been traveling around the world and living (mostly) out of a suitcase. As someone that travels so frequently, I’ve found products that make long-haul journeys more comfortable, travel-friendly skincare products to keep me fresh on the road, and all sorts of gadgets and gizmos to help my workflow as a digital nomad. However, when I found out I was pregnant, this was a completely different ball game.  I experienced such a variety of emotions — from joy to fear to absolute panic. I started reading up on anything and everything pregnancy-related. This was entirely…

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Whether you are looking to explore castles, shop until you drop, adventure on two wheels, or eat your way through a city, Copenhagen, Denmark has everything your little heart desires. Despite popular belief, there are so many more things to do in Copenhagen than the Little Mermaid statue. Here are the best things to do in Copenhagen by foot, bike, or boat. Go on a Food Tour Copenhagen has a great food scene with some of the best Nordic cuisine. Book a food tour to get a tasting of some of Copenhagen’s unique dishes. Try rød pølse, Copenhagen’s take on…

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Whether you’re expecting a baby, reading up on all the things ahead of time, or you’re simply curious — I’ve been documenting everything throughout my pregnancy! I shared all the details about what to expect during your first trimester of pregnancy, and now that I’m out of my second trimester, I’m dishing all the goods. As an overall note, I felt MUCH better the second trimester after my nausea had passed and I got more into a groove. I nested in a big way, had my baby shower, and even went on a Cabo babymoon with my husband. From what…

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When you’re brainstorming vacation destinations, St. George, Utah might not be at the top of your list. It might not even make the list at all because while it’s a fantastic place to visit and explore the outdoors, it’s not quite as well known as other outdoor spots. But it really should be — it’s considered to be a gateway to some of the best national parks in the country and there are countless opportunities for outdoor recreational activities throughout the entire year. Whether you’re going for an adventurous getaway with the family, your love, or a girls’ trip —…

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Don’t get me wrong, the thermal springs and baths are SUPER cool. You’ll definitely want to add either the Széchenyi Thermal Bath or Gellért Baths to your itinerary — or both! However, there’s so much more to Budapest, Hungary than taking a dip in the warm waters and this list covers ten of the best options that you’ll want to add to your itinerary. Is it your first time visiting this marvel on the Danube? Here are 10 tips for traveling Budapest!   Here are 10 things to do in Budapest (that aren’t the thermal springs)! Buda Castle & Hill Back…

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Paris really has it all — history, culture, romance… and incredible food! If you’re visiting France’s capital city, you’re in for a treat. French cuisine has been globally renowned since the 18th century, not only for its flavors but also for its presentation and the overall dining experience. You’ll get to indulge in some incredible French meals like steak-frites, croque monsieur sandwiches, and poulet chasseur — and that’s not even including the delectable pastries and desserts that Paris is known for! In addition to French fare, you can also find several other types of food when you visit Paris because…

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Portland, Oregon is a big city with a small-town feel that has long been a haven for creators of all kinds. It’s where big companies like Nike are based, and a lot of artists and performers have called Portland home including Gus Van Zandt, Holly Madison, Kaitlin Olson, and Clark Gable. The city is the perfect blend of exciting and inspiring city life and comforting natural beauty. It’s a place brimming with parks, good coffee, donuts galore, and TONS of food trucks — making it an ideal solo female trip, a quick escape with your love, a girls’ trip…or maybe…

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Now that I’m properly “bumpin,” I’ve been wearing more bump-friendly styles and I’m so impressed with how cute some of the brands are. Before getting pregnant, I was quite hesitant about all the muumuu styles and frocks I’d seen everywhere…they just didn’t feel like *me.* I think what I love most is that so many of the styles I’ve found below are meant to fit you with or without a bump. I really dislike the idea of buying things that I know will only fit me for a few months of my life. Here are some cute maternity outfit ideas…

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My latest travel obsession is JSX (formerly known as JetSuiteX)! In case you haven’t heard of them (I only learned about them a couple of years ago) they are a hop-on jet service that’s a fraction of the price of flying private…but with all of the perks! They fly out of private terminals so you can arrive just 30 minutes before your flight and avoid the crowds. You read that right: arrive 30 minutes before your flight. How awesome is that? One of my favorite features is they allow medium-large dogs to fly in-cabin, and finding a dog-friendly airline these…

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My husband, Meyer, and I celebrated our little one and our last few months of being just “us” with a babymoon in Cabo at Esperanza, Auberge Resorts Collection! We were able to take advantage of their “Hola Bebé” babymoon package, and it exceeded our expectations. We’d spend the whole day here doing a whole lotta nothing—and I’d do it the exact same way all over again! We came back feeling relaxed and sunkissed…and ready to figure out our baby’s nursery! For babymoons, most ladies find the second trimester to be the best time to travel because the morning sickness is…

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While Edinburgh has a lot going for it, there are so many other places you should visit on your trip to Scotland. Not only does the country have an incredible history but there’s no limit to the stunning scenery and the cultural attractions. Now there’s nothing wrong with spending some of your Scottish holiday in Edinburgh‚ the city has a lot going for it, especially during August. That’s when the famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival takes place and you can read my guide to experiencing it here. But you’ll be missing so much beauty if you stick to Edinburgh. From the…

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It’s no secret that NOLA is a foodie’s dream! Muffalettas and beignets are two of the famous dishes that originated in New Orleans that you should try on your visit, but there’s so much more to the city’s culinary scene. Rounding up some of the best restaurants in New Orleans — from historic classics to those that put a fresh spin on Cajun and Creole delights, you’ll definitely want to add a few of these places to your New Orleans itinerary. From the French Quarter to Tremé to the Garden District and beyond, these are the best places to eat…

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Whether you’re taking a trip specifically to see Scotland or you’re hoping to explore the United Kingdom as a whole, a trip to Edinburgh is a must. You can easily take a train from London to Edinburgh, or you can fly to the city’s airport. Either way, this list of the ten best things to do in Edinburgh will help you plan a memorable vacation to this historic and exciting city. Tip: If you’re not sure when to plan your trip to Scotland’s capital city, consider visiting during August. Not only is the weather nice, but you can also attend…

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Don’t get me wrong — gondolas are a fascinating part of Venice’s history and taking a boat ride in one is a great way to spend an afternoon while you’re in the city. That said, there is so much more to Venice than gondolas — the city is filled with hidden gems and amazing things to do. Quick Tip: If you’re planning on visiting Venice as a larger trip to Italy, check out this Ultimate two-week  Italy itinerary! You can also browse my Ultimate Italy Travel Guide for general tips to help you plan your dream vacation. Here are 10…

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While the Hagia Sophia is worth visiting, there’s so much more to Istanbul that you should check out in this incredible city! From unique shopping experiences and eccentric neighborhoods to delicious street food and historic buildings, there’s something for everyone in the Turkish capital city! Quick Tip: Check out my guide to the Best Time to Visit Turkey or my Turkey Travel Guide for some general advice and information to help you plan your trip. Here are the top ten things you should add to your Istanbul itinerary! Shop at Grand Bazaar & the Egyptian Bazaar One of the most…

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Home to the most famous art galleries in the world and truly mesmerizing architecture, there is no doubt Florence should be on your travel bucket list. But, while many travelers swarm to the birthplace of the Renaissance to see the iconic Duomo, there is so much more to discover and enjoy in the Italian city. From tasting exceptional gelato to going truffle hunting — here are the best things to do in Florence (that aren’t the Duomo). Have a Sandwich at All’Antico Vinaio It is no secret that Italy is the ultimate foodie destination. To take your taste buds on…

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Italy, but make it stateside! From pasta and pizza galore to taking a ride in the gondola to lounging by the pool with a spritz, it’s all about experiencing la dolce vita at The Venetian.  The only thing better than a romantic escape to Italy? Not having to travel 13 hours to get there. 😉 I’ve been going to Las Vegas since I was a kid and love how multi-dimensional it is. You can have a family-friendly vacation, a wild weekend partying until the sun comes up, or a super luxurious romantic getaway. It really has it all! I’ve stayed…

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Bachelorette parties are an amazing chance for a bride-to-be and her closest friends to celebrate and spend time together before the wedding day. Typically these are planned by the maid-of-honor and we know it can be a seriously daunting task to plan a getaway that works for everyone. If you’re in charge of planning an upcoming bachelorette getaway, one of the first things you’ll have to do is decide exactly where it is you’ll all be traveling to… Figuring out just where to go? There’s truly something for every bride-to-be — here are the best bachelorette party destinations in the…

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Check Out the Food Markets There is a lot of shopping you can do in London but one that you might not think to include in your itinerary are the various food markets you can find throughout the city. Borough Market is open every day apart from Sunday and has a long history of providing fresh food to Londoners: the first records of the market date back to the early days of the 13th century! You can start your mornings off here and buy whatever draws you in for your breakfast. ROYAL HORSEGUARDS HOTEL Have Afternoon Tea One of the…

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Feeling a bit jealous of the folks living large in business class while you’re making your way back to coach? If you’re tired of being jammed in like a sardine, I’ve got a secret for you: travel reward credit cards! It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of using credit card points to travel — in fact, almost all the flights or upgrades I do are with points. You’ll definitely want to read my tips on How I Travel the World for Free (spoiler alert: it’s with points!) Those oh-so-sweet reward points paid for my latest JetBlue Mint A321…

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As the days get warmer you might just start to feel some wanderlust starting to kick in. If you’re planning a trip for the spring, you have many options that are especially in their prime from the months of March to early June. Whether you’re looking for a spring family vacation, a girls’ weekend getaway, or an epic spring break adventure, these places within the United States are perfect to visit during spring! Here are the best spring getaways in the USA! 86 CANNON HISTORIC INN IN CHARLESTON Charleston, South Carolina One of the best places to visit in the…

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Easily one of the most beautiful cities you’ll ever see, Rome is one of the great cultural centers of the universe. Its rich history, incredible eats, and romantic streets will take your breath away at every turn. When it comes to things to do in Rome, you are endlessly spoiled for choice. Whether you’re bathing in the glow of iconic art and rich history or watching the world go by as you sip Chianti in one of the many buzzing piazzas, this is easily one of the top ten greatest cities in the world. While deciding on the very things…

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San Francisco is one of the true cultural capitals of the United States. Packed with world-class museums, a rich countercultural history, fabulous art galleries, and more wonders that you can explore in a lifetime, this city can truly be everything to everyone. Even if you’ve never explored the City by the Bay, you probably can name countless historical sites and iconic spots around town. Now, it’s time to dig deeper. Eat with the locals, travel off the beaten path, and see a fresh side of the city. Whether it’s your first time or your 100th visit, there’s always more to…

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The City of Lights has inspired generations of artists, designers, and writers. It’s been the starting point of oh-so-many love stories. For generations, Paris has been stirring up daydreams and endless wanderlust. From chic sidewalk cafes to world-class museums, there are countless things to do in Paris. Whether you’re looking for mother daughter trips or a dream honeymoon destination, the French capital is a prime pick. To truly appreciate the city, it’s essential to get off the beaten path in Paris. Ready for your dream sojourn? Here are ten unique places to visit in Paris — that aren’t the Eiffel…

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I’m feeling those pregnancy hormones in a big way after the celebration my friends and family threw for me and baby! Our backyard looked so beautiful and was filled with so many of the most important women in my life. My mom and bestie pulled out all the stops with so many thoughtful details. Everything from the florals to the gift bags of popcorn and cookies was incredible. There were so many surprises — including a tarot card reader! A huge thank you to all of my friends and family (present and afar) that have been so supportive and loving…

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The city on the Puget Sound is an icon in the Pacific Northwest. Surrounded by blue waters, snow-capped mountains, and stunning evergreen forests, it’s a wonderful place for a getaway into the outdoors…and a seriously cool city to explore! Of course, when Seattle comes to mind, most folks think of the Space Needle or Starbucks, but the best things to do in Seattle are far from those. Sure, coffee is great and there are a multitude of places to grab a great brew, but there is so much more than that! Seattle makes for a fantastic mother-daughter getaway, it’s one…

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Portland has an undeniable cool factor. From the buzzing craft beer and foodie scene to the thriving arts community to the tranquil urban oases dotting this city, it has an irresistible charm. And fun fact: Did you know that the city got its name from a coin toss? The smallest twist of fate would have had us talking about Boston, Oregon right now. At the ​​Oregon Historical Society, you can see the famous “Portland Penny” that changed it all. You probably already know that the city has a rich history and there are tons of things to do in Portland,…

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If you’re going to spend money, why not earn miles at the same time? If you love to travel as much as I do, a travel rewards credit card is a no-brainer. Using travel reward credit cards has truly changed the way I travel. They help you travel on a budget, travel more comfortably on long-haul flights, and afford those bucket list-worthy trips you may not otherwise be able to take. While I started traveling on a budget years ago, I’ve learned how essential it is to build up points that I can use to redeem for free flights, hotel rooms, and more.…

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Travel is “my thing” and can go on and on for hours about different adventures around the world. But, when delving into everything “baby,” it was like landing on another planet. There are SO many products out there, there is so much to learn…and everyone has a different opinion! It can be super overwhelming! In standard TBA fashion, I began to research for hours on end about all the best baby gadgets and gizmos out there. And let me tell you, there are A LOT.  I made spreadsheets, I consulted other mom friends, I scoured through reviews. My takeaway: I…

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Who says you’ve got to cross the globe to have the adventure of a lifetime? A domestic sojourn is just what you need to breathe fresh air into your routine without breaking the bank. From cheap trips to the next town over to affordable flights across the county, the options are endless. It’s all too easy to fall into the trap of thinking farther is always better. The truth is that if you live in the US, you’ve got some of the most jaw-droppingly beautiful landscapes and rich urban wonderlands right in your backyard. After exploring more than 70 countries…

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Who says you’ve got to cross the globe to have the adventure of a lifetime? A domestic sojourn is just what you need to breathe fresh air into your routine without breaking the bank. From cheap trips to the next town over to affordable flights across the county, the options are endless. It’s all too easy to fall into the trap of thinking farther is always better. The truth is that if you live in the US, you’ve got some of the most jaw-droppingly beautiful landscapes and rich urban wonderlands right in your backyard. After exploring more than 70 countries…

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Somewhere between living and dreaming, there’s New York City. The City That Never Sleeps is electric with energy 24 hours a day. There are a dizzying array of things to do in NYC, and it’s a place everyone must see at least once. And, sure, Times Square is a tourist trap worth getting sucked into at least once…just for the experience, but it’s truly just the beginning. While we’ve all seen NYC on countless movies, TV shows, and travel guides, the best things to do in NYC and cool places to visit are probably not the first spots that come…

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Congrats on sealing the deal! You tracked down the perfect dress. You got the rings. You sampled all the cakes and looked through more flowers than you knew existed. Your Pinterest has been in an overdrive and the decision fatigue has been all too real. Now it’s time to unwind and connect together on a romantic escape — and you’re spoiled for choice all over again! So, let’s break it down into the best honeymoon destinations in America by the month. From winter wonderlands to sunny paradises, here are the best of the best honeymoon destinations in the USA by…

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  Our little one will be here in June! Meyer and I are well aware that our schedules will be thrown for a whirlwind. However, we will be starting our little one young and planning to take them on many travel adventures. Over the years, I’ve found the best travel gear for myself — from the best travel bags and luggage to the best carry-on items to my travel photography gear. So, it should come as no surprise that the minute I found out we were expecting, I started researching all the best baby travel products. From a baby travel…

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Big Sur, California One of my favorite glamping destinations in the USA, these ancient forests have long been a retreat for generations of writers and artists. This rugged coastline, running from San Simeon to Carmel, is full of 1,2000-foot cliffs and towing redwoods. Spend your afternoons wandering through the eucalyptus forests and splashing in the ocean, then get off your feet for a much-needed treatment in some of California’s best spas. For a true retreat, book your stay at Ventana Big Sur. As a note, If you’re coming from San Francisco, Big Sur is a no-brainer and a popular place to…

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2022 will be our biggest adventure yet! We’re welcoming “The Baby Abroad” in June and we could not be more anxious (or unprepared) for this new chapter, but we also could not be more excited! Whether you’re reading this because you’re curious, you’re trying to conceive, or you’re already pregnant, I wanted to include a little bit about my pre-pregnancy journey along with what I experienced in my first trimester so that you can use that information at any point in your own journey. For those of you who have been following me on social media, you might be aware…

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What are the best honeymoon destinations on the planet? It’s a question you guys ask me a lot and it’s a tough one! The truth is that there are countless factors to consider. Of course, it depends on your travel style and what you’re hoping to experience, but there’s one all-too-often-overlooked deciding element: timing. Aside from timing, if the biggest factor is finding a honeymoon that won’t break the bank, check out these budget-friendly honeymoon destinations. This complete guide to the best honeymoon destinations for each month of the year will help you find the prime time for each location.…

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I’ll be the first to tell you that I am a sucker for a smart gadget that makes life easier. We live in an old home but we completely modernized it with the best smart-home gadgets — from automated window shades to robot vacuums and even heated toilet seats. So, it should come as no surprise that the minute I found out we were expecting, I started researching all the cool gadgets and gear for babies. If you’re wondering what are smart baby products? “Smart baby gadgets” or “high-tech baby products” might imply some sort of electronic device. But, the way…

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While traveling Italy for two weeks, I fell in love with the Amalfi Coast. It’s one of the greatest treasures of Italy —and that’s saying a lot in a country packed with some of the most impressive architecture, food, and cultural wonders on the planet! When it comes to things to do on the Amalfi Coast, the options are endless. From the rich culture and history of the Amalfi Coast cities to the tucked-away wonders of the countryside, this place truly has it all. Whether you’re planning a girlfriend getaway or an Amalfi Coast honeymoon, I’ve got you covered. Here…

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Craving a far-flung escape? Dreaming of walking the cobblestone streets of Europe? Who says you have to cross the planet for a taste of the Old World? Yep, you don’t have to go far at all; in fact, you can stay domestic! There are so many places in the US that look like Europe, you just have to know where to look. If you’re looking to travel Europe, sans the passport, have I got a list for you. From Michigan to Florida and beyond, you can soak in that European charm anywhere in the good old US of A. Here…

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