Swimsuits for Every(body)

I have a confession to make. I’m addicted to swimsuits. At my last count I own 56+ pieces *covers eyes*. If you follow me on social media you’ve probably noticed that I rarely, if ever, wear the same swimsuit in more than one pic. My family and friends constantly tease me (read judge me) for my obsession….

6 Creative Ways to Save Money for Travel

One of the biggest misconceptions about travel is that it has to be expensive. It is possible to plan a trip no matter how big or small your budget it is. However, a smaller budget requires bigger creativity. Below I’ve listed 6 ways to save for trips. I have tried all of the strategies and…

How to Plan a Trip to Cuba

Two months ago I announced on my Instagram and Facebook pages that I would be visiting Cuba in May. I was surprised by the number of people who did not realize it is possible for U.S. citizens to travel there. In an effort to help those that want to visit the island I’ll be answering…

A Definitive Guide to Eating Your Way Through Nola

I had the pleasure of bringing in 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana (my plans for 2017 weren’t nearly as exciting). A group of my friends decided to visit Nola for New Year’s Eve this year and asked me for some food recommendations. They enjoyed the places I suggested so much that I thought I’d share…

2016 Gift Guide for Travel Lovers

The holidays are approaching and finding the perfect gift can be a struggle. If you have someone in your life that loves to travel, but have no idea what to get them look no further. I’ve compiled a list below of the top 3 items for every type of traveler. Enjoy! Techie Traveler This traveler doesn’t…

Thinking About Retiring Abroad? Consider Barbados

Last week the “Gem of the Caribbean”, Barbados, celebrated 50 years of independence from England. In case you didn’t know, I am the daughter of two proud Barbadians. Summers during my childhood were full of memories of trips back to St. Lucy, Barbados  to visit my paternal grandparents. It was during these summers that I…

5 to Survive: Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is a great place to visit whether you’re a new traveler or a seasoned one looking for an affordable destination. If you are flying out from the east coast, it is easy to find a flight deal to the island. Some bonuses are that US citizens don’t need a passport to visit, USD are used as…

All·That·is·Kim: Blogger, Engineer, Extraordinaire

Part lifestyle and tech blogger, part engineer, fully Kimberly. If you haven’t heard of All That is Kim  allow me to to introduce you. Kim currently resides in San Francisco, one of the US’s quickly developing tech and startup hubs. She moved there after graduating from the University of Florida with a B.S. degree in  Industrial…

All You Need to Know About the Yacht Week – Croatia: Part I

Picture you and up to 8 of your closest friends sailing aboard a yacht in the Adriatic Sea. The sun soaking into your skin as you lounge on the deck sipping mimosas while your skipper steers your boat to various exotic marinas. Does this sound like your dream vacation? Would you be shocked to learn that this…

The Fashionista’s Guide to Getting a Bargain Abroad

I’ve managed to save over $500 on designer purses and shoes in the past year. You may be wondering how. The answer is simple. I’ve waited to buy luxury goods until I visit their country of origin. Buying European luxury goods in the country in which they’re manufactured is drastically cheaper than buying them in…