How to pack light for travel

I thought I’d share tips on how to pack light for travel, so I made this video for my class project. Let me know what tips you found useful or if you have other tips you want to share. =)

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, Miami

Yes, I am always in Miami. After all, it is my second home. I love museums and I am obsessed with flowers, so what better place to combine the two than at the Vizcaya Museum & Gardens? In 1912, the mansion was built by a retired millionaire, James Deering. He also had a love for traveling and named…

A weekend in the Windy City – Chicago, Illinois

Back in November, I met up with my cousin in Chicago to celebrate her 30th birthday. We had such a wonderful time – just the two of us! First stop was the John Hancock Observatory, which is also known as 360 Chicago Observatory. If you’re ballsy enough, try TILT. You get a downward facing view 1,000 feet over the Magnificent…

Traveling during a Worldwide Travel Alert

Our thoughts and prayers are still with the friends and families of the 130 innocent people who lost their lives and the hundreds who were wounded in Paris, France. Hearing such horrific terrorist acts does discourage travelers to travel less. The fear that terrorists are trying to instill in all of us innocent people is crippling….

Travel Deal – Milan, Italy

Good news, fellow wanderlusts! Emirates has a great deal to Milan, Italy for as low as $550 USD per person. What’s the catch? You just have to book economy class for two people, which totals up to $1099 USD. This trip is a round-trip, non-stop flight from JFK airport. There is a 3 day minimum stay…

October is National Plan a Cruise Month: #CruiseSmile Sweepstakes

Our friends at CruiseSmile.org has put together a sweepstakes to celebrate National Plan a Cruise Month. You have a chance to win one of 31 cruises for the month of October, and all you have to do is take a photo of your #CruiseSmile and submit daily on CruiseSmile.org. If social media is your thing, post your ‘cruise…

Taiwan

I’ll be honest, I don’t know too much about Taiwan. I just have a friend who used to live there, and I’ve contemplated visiting her but never did. Since Taiwan has really tried to bring up their tourism game, I’ve actually started to look into it again. This island doesn’t get enough credit for what…