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Travel

This section contains a mix of lengthy travel anecdotes, quick memories, and travel insights to help transport you to each city (or country) that you read about.

Planning a Big Move? Check out My Tips for Staying Sane Throughout the Process!

Hey everyone! So, if you follow me on Instagram you may be aware that I am moving to Los Angeles in less than a month at the time of writing this blog post. I’m super excited about this move (prompted by my choice to chase my dreams and pursue acting in film and TV) and …

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Preparing for Your Belize Trip: What to Pack and What to Expect

If you’re planning a trip to Belize, you may have noticed that two of the country’s popular spots have very different packing needs. San Ignacio, covered in jungle and offering tons of adventure activities, warrants some different clothing and items in comparison to the laid-back island vibe of Caye Caulker (or San Pedro). Before my …

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Why You Need to Snorkel in Belize

Snorkeling is one of my favorite ocean activities, but it was particularly beautiful in Caye Caulker, Belize. The water there is so clear and pristine that there is an abundance of marine life to witness! We chose to go snorkeling with Salt Life Eco Tours after shopping multiple tour operators. A big plus of Salt …

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Three Must-Do Activities in San Ignacio, Belize

San Ignacio, Belize has a lot to enjoy and explore, so you definitely want to give yourself at least 2 days in this part of the country! We chose to explore Mayan ruins, ride inner tubes through caves, and zipline through the highly-rated local company Vital Nature and Maya Tours – also known as Cavetubing.bz. …

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One Week in Belize: San Ignacio

Note: This is Part 1 of a two-part Belize series. Click here for Part 2, which covers Caye Caulker, Belize. Belize is a Central American country that is surprisingly not on the radar of many people – yet. With its diverse ecosystem, rich culture, and official language being English, it’s hard to understand why this …

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Sightseeing in Paris: What to See and Do in the City of Lights

Ah Paris, je t’aime. From our first day here, I felt a connection to the city – as corny as that may sound. There was just something about the people that we met, the historic architecture, the food, even just the sights and sounds…but not the smells, especially in the metro. Hey, nothing’s perfect.  I …

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My Top 10 Pieces for Traveling Light while Looking Good

Over the last year of traveling, I’ve been amazed at how little I can bring to still get by on a long-term trip; and how much can really fit in a carry-on if you pack smart. Throughout my process of streamlining, I’ve found some key fashion pieces that I really love to pack (for warm …

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A Weekend in Asheville, North Carolina

Ah, Asheville. This city has been on everyone’s radar in recent years, and for good reason. It’s a beautiful, progressive city located near the western border of North Carolina, and it definitely boasts a culture of its own. Read on to discover just a few of the activities that are awaiting you in Asheville! When …

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13 Things to Do in San Diego: Bites, Beaches, and Bars (and Balboa!)

San Diego, California is known for being a cool SoCal city with tons of sights to see, activities to experience, and food to taste. Although I only had a few days in the city, I’ve compiled a list of 13 things that you can see and experience during your own trip here! Bites 1. Karina’s …

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