Price of Procrastination

This post is originally published on Hipmunk's Tailwind blog by Kelly Soderlund and Meg Ellis, on March 8, 2017. Let’s face it: procrastination is almost as American as pie. More than one-fourth of us identify as procrastinators, while 20 percent identify themselves as chronic procrastinators, meaning it affects every area and spans every spectrum of their life. But people usually plan … [Read more...]

A San Francisco Weekend for Foodies

Whenever I chat with people about weekend trips, I often hear about trips to Vegas, trips to LA, etc. You people are missing out! A San Francisco weekend chock full of food exploits is the place to be! San Francisco is small but mighty. 7 miles by 7 miles, but packed with great things to eat, drink and do. It is an awesome place to come for the weekend and this post is intended to convince … [Read more...]

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My San Francisco Guide

I get lots of questions about San Francisco so I decided to put together all the posts that I've written about one of the best cities in the world do that you'll have the information in one place. (You're welcome!) San Francisco Neighborhood Guides In my San Francisco Profile series, I interviewed locals from some of the most famous neighborhoods. At the bottom of each interview is my little … [Read more...]

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Top 5 Things to Prepare Your Cat for the Trip

Before you book hotel reservations and transportation, you need to know these top 5 things to prepare your cat for the trip. Bringing a cat along without making advanced preparations can be disastrous. Instead of having a lot of fun while out of town, you might find yourself in a difficult situation. We will look into the essential preparation you need to make. Be sure to make a quick list of … [Read more...]

How to Spend a Weekend in Charlotte

Disclosure: This post was created in collaboration with Hotel Planner. As always, all experiences and opinions are my own. The South is steeped in history that spans much more than Southern belles, debutante balls, or Sunday barbecues with smoked meats and crawfish boils. In the past decade, there's been a revival of the Old South with a new spin, particularly when it comes to the food … [Read more...]

Denver in a Day: The Must-See Hotspots in One of America’s Fastest Growing Cities

Denver is a hot topic these days. Not only is the city booming thanks to a certain legalized substance and a plethora of tech jobs, but millennials are moving and visiting in droves for easy access to the mountains, a supreme work-life balance, and 300+ days of sun a year. Conveniently located in between both coasts, it’s a great city stopover for a quick weekend escape. Denver in a day can be … [Read more...]

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The Ultimate Guide to Planning Your Perfect Kid-Friendly Road Trip

As summer draws near, many families are beginning to plan a vacation. Between low gas prices and warm weather, now may be the perfect time to hop in the car for a long family road trip. While long stints in the car leave many kids asking “are we there yet?” take a look at these tips to have them instead asking about the next road trip. Make the Journey Part of the Fun Car travel doesn’t have … [Read more...]

Hawaii Collection – Oh my, Hawaii!

I've been blessed to have been to Hawaii four times in the last couple of years (and I am due for another trip).  There is nothing quite like this island paradise. It breath-taking, relaxing, fun, tasty.  You can be adventurous as you want, explore the local cultures and foods, or do absolutely nothing and just enjoy the tropical breezes. I know the East Coast has the Caribbean and I've … [Read more...]

J’adore #69 – Travel Gear Edition 3

I'm thrilled to bring you a new edition of J'adore, my series on my favorite internet finds. This one is focused on travel gear and travel related products.  Who would have thought when I published my first J'adore in 2010 that I'd ever get to #69! It's a testimony to the ingenuity of people and the entrepreneurial spirit that continually creates products we must have! Travel Gear that Protects … [Read more...]

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10 Reasons to Date a Guy who Loves to Travel

Think you’re unlucky when it comes to love? Guess what? Maybe, you should start looking for guys who thrive on adventures and new experiences. While these fellows may not be as dashing as Disney’s version of Prince Charming, a guy who travels will make you feel grateful for every moment and breath of this beautiful journey that we call life. Passionate, hopeless romantic and deeply in love with … [Read more...]