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Three Days in Amsterdam

The first time I visited Amsterdam was about 6 years ago... ouch, that makes me feel really old. It was during my Christmas break, the year I taught English in Madrid, and it was one of the coldest winters in Amsterdam, or that's what people told me or maybe what I told myself?!

Four Days in Paris

We've been home for a couple weeks now and I can proudly say that I've finally unpacked the last of my travel gear and washed my last load of trip laundry. I'm finally back on a semi-normal sleeping schedule and staying up late enough to hang out with friends.

Four Days in London

Wooaahhh is jetlag a real thing. After 24 of some of the most amazing days on the road, Moses and I are finally back home in Los Angeles with our favorite little sausage, Vienna and hi, we are also the newest members of the early bird special club.

48 Hours in Honolulu

First off, 48 hours in Honolulu definitely is not enough time!! However, since we were already in Maui, LilyMollySteph, and I caught a quick 30-minute Island Air flight to Oahu for a quick food tour, led by me (lol). Trust me when I say we did not have enough time or stomach capacity to tick off even 1/8th of my list. Honolulu is one of my all time favorite cities because it's got a little bit of everything: lots to do, see, eat, and drink!

A Week in Maui

I've been going through all sorts of #SLAMsquad2016 (SLAM = StephanieLily, Alana, Molly) withdrawals as of late. Spending a week or so in Maui with some of my favorite humans was nothing short of glorious. Growing up in a place most people refer to as paradise, I'm not sure I fully grasped how lucky I was until I moved away. And honestly, I kinda forgot how fortunate I really was until this last trip home, when I was able to look at Maui through fresh eyes.

A Week in Tuscany with DaVinci Wine

Remember a few weeks ago when I told you that I was going to Italy? Well, I’m back and can I please start by telling you how lucky I feel? I mean, it’s not every day that you’re able to wake up in a Casale di Valle in Vinci, look out your bedroom window and watch the sun rise over rows and rows of perfectly manicured grape vines and watch as it warms up the sleeping village and sprawling Tuscan hills. I mean, it’s pretty magical and insanely picturesque but in the fall...