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…

5 Travel Bloggers of Color to Follow Now

Just in case you haven’t noticed, I’m Black (*cue gasps*). Being a woman of color impacts every aspect of my life and especially travel. It is fascinating experiencing varying treatments in the countries I travel to simply because of the color of my skin and my gender. Whether that means being mistaken for a prostitute in…

Chilladelphia: Made in America 2016

Labor Day weekend is an expensive time to travel from the States. I had fully intended to visit Denver during the holiday weekend, however flights were averaging $450 from NYC airports. One of the most important keys to travelling on a budget is flexibility. Upon realizing that flights to Denver were out of my budget,…

5 to Survive: Spain

Viva España! I’ve just returned from 10 days in Lisbon, Barcelona, Rome, and Ibiza. This year I’ve been to 10 countries in Europe, and Spain has worked its way up to my top five. My best friend and I have taken a trip together every year since we graduated from college. This year she got…

Solo Travel is NOT for Everyone

Nowadays it seems solo travel is being pushed harder than waist trainers and detox teas. There are entire blogs and vlogs dedicated to the “feat” of solo travel. Mention that you want to travel someplace but don’t have friends down to go with you and you’ll have 100+ people encouraging you to go solo faster…

5 to Survive: Iceland

Iceland seems to be on sale in 2016. I’ve seen deals from all over the East Coast and budget carriers, such as WOW Air and JetBlue, fly into KEF (Reykjavik) regularly. If you’re not interested in spending more than 24 hours in the country both Icelandair and WOW Air offer stopovers  en route to destinations in Europe….

Guest Post: Bali on a Budget

If you have not gotten the chance to read my previous article on Australia, you can do so here. The next stop on my 2 week journey was Bali. What’s Your Name? In this ancient culture, the most commonly used names indicate the person’s order of birth. Wayan is typically the most common name for…

5 to Survive: Colombia

Colombia es mi hogar lejos de mi hogar. This country is hands down one of my favorite places I’ve visited to date. The food was amazing, the nightlife is booming, and there is an abundance of beautiful art. My best friend and I scored a flight deal from JFK to BAQ for $252 via The Flight Deal….