A lot of people I know stress over playing host. When you think about it though, it’s really not that daunting of a task. You’re going to be have people over, and it’s your responsibility to make their night a good one. Pretty soon, this can spiral into total paranoia, and thinking that your guests are going to be judging every little thing about you and your home. Let’s start by relaxing a little! If you’re a little skittish about your upcoming dinner party, then here are some tips for making it a good one.
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I’m planning a trip to Illinois and will be spending one or two days exploring the city of Chicago this Memorial Day weekend. This trip was a spontaneous decision, and I’d like to keep it budget-friendly. So I made it my mission to find free or cheap places to go, and choose the perfect dishes to eat during our visit.
When planning your own trip, first identify the perfect home away from home in Chicago, then take a look at my list of free things to do in Chicago and adding them to your own itinerary for your next trip to the Windy City.
Spring signals warmer, longer days, but it can also bring unpredictable weather. One day, you can be catching rays in your back yard. The next, there’s a torrential downpour to contend with on the way to run errands. The weather has a major bearing on what we wear and dressing for at least three seasons in a day can be tricky. Here are some tips to help you master putting together chic spring outfits.
This post was originally published on Travel Tidbits on April 7, 2016.
Feeling the need for a getaway, but unsure of where to go? Hop in your car or book a flight to the northeastern United States, where you’ll find plenty of activities and adventures to keep you entertained. Cities like Bar Harbor, Syracuse, Long Island City, Roanoke, and Williamsburg are ideal destinations for just about anyone. Check out what each of these cities has to offer!
Since I moved out of Hoboken, NJ last May I’ve been traveling nonstop. In the past (almost) year I’ve gotten on a plane, bus and/or train pretty much every single month. As an example, Today I find myself traveling from Puerto Rico, where I spent time with family for a couple of days, to Miami. Once back in my apartment, I’ll have one day to pack and take yet another plane to NJ to visit a special someone. I’ve always wanted to live the Jet Set life, however, in order to stay productive while on-the-go and effectively work (and play!) you have to equip yourself with travel and tech accessories… and we want them to be cute! Keep reading for six fashion tech accessories that’ll keep you powered and working no matter where life takes you.