This may sound incredibly cliche (I’ve heard someone else say this about a trip, and thought it was cheesy until I experienced it for myself), but I now think about my life as “Before England” and “After England”. This trip was better than I ever could have hoped for, and put in motion so many beautiful things in my life related to my career, health, relationships… I don’t know how it will ever be topped.
San Francisco Top Picks: All of the Golden Gate National Parks (Lands End and Crissy Field were favorites!) Any snack or drink from Dandelion Chocolate San Francisco Museum of Modern Art – they have a photography wing, so of course I was obsessed Alamo Square for lounging in the sun Pier 7 at night – […]
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This past spring, I spent a few days in New Orleans with one of my go-to travel friends. It is truly unlike any other city I’ve visited! The colors, the music, the food, the “Louisiana French” pronunciations of street names. After experiencing the city’s unique culture, I understand why so many are prone to make New Orleans a constant in their travel rotation.
This past December, my family took a trip to “The Big Island” of Hawaii. In 2016, we saw a lot of exciting milestones, (two graduations, an engagement, new jobs…) so we thought it was fitting to celebrate by crossing the Pacific and closing out the year on a tropical island.
I recently spent a long weekend visiting New York for the first time. The city has been on my travel list for a very long time, and it was just as magical as I had hoped it would be! Sometimes, I can have such high expectations for how a trip or an experience will go, then it’s nothing like I hoped. I was terrified that would be the case with this weekend, but I was so wrong!