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Product Review: Lat & Lo Cuff

By on June 20, 2017

My Newest Obsession: Where are you anchored? Lat and Lo asks. The coordinates on my cuff says I’m in Parc Guell Barcelona 41° 24′ 52″ N, 02° 09′ 14″. I’m not there yet, but its where I want to be. Every moment I look down at my wrist I’m inspired to work harder, punishing me closer to […]

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7 Ways to Enjoy Mallorca on a Budget

By on June 17, 2017

  Planning for a budget-friendly vacation to Mallorca, Spain can be difficult whether your traveling solo or with the family. I’ve made my fair share of travel mistakes, now I’m here to save you the trouble of over-spending when traveling abroad. But honestly the most important tip I can give you before you even arrive […]

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7 Things to See and Do in Alcudia

By on May 31, 2017

  There’s so much to see and do in Alcudia, where do I begin. I chose the northeast corner of Mallorca for the beaches and quiet atmosphere. It seemed I chose correctly, as the beauty of Alcudia has me dreaming of returning there again next year. If you’ve come to Alcudia or have been thinking […]

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How to Survive an Overnight Flight

By on May 15, 2017

How to Survive an Overnight Flight: Flying can be long and exhausting, especially on international trips. As I’ve just returned from an international trip, with flights that seem to be the longest I’d ever experienced. I thought it would be great to share my own experience of what worked for me on my trip. Here […]

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Experience New Haven Restaurant Week

By on April 13, 2017

Welcome to Restaurant Week!   There was so much variety this year for restaurant week, I couldn’t help but try what New Haven’s best restaurants had to offer. From traditional French to Nuevo-Latino cuisines, I opened my mouth and my mind to new culinary experiences. This year I headed to Pacifico, Caseus and Union League […]

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7 Ways to Enjoy Montreal on a Budget

By on April 7, 2017

Bonjour Montréal! There’s something special about this beautiful city where most people speak French. Getting to Quebec was a six hour drive, but arriving in Montreal felt like we arrived in a European city. There’s much to do in Montreal on the cheap. Planning to arrive at a specific time of year can make a […]

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