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Hotel Crush: Catahoula, A New Orleans Boutique Hotel For $100 A Night thumbnail

This summer, I did a happy dance when my blogger besties Kristin and Angie and I planned what has effortlessly become a summer reunion tradition for us. Since our first trip together to Miami, we’ve made it to Bonaire, Aruba, Orlando, Boston, and Martha’s Vineyard. This year? We were headed south. I’m a pretty lucky girl…

Wedding Bells in the Windy City thumbnail

It’s become somewhat of a tradition now — when a close friend or a family member sets a wedding date, I get a text within seconds of the ink drying on the contract. You’re the first to know, they’ll tell me, considering my crazy calendar — so you better be there! How could I not comply…

Partying Around the Planet: The Best Nightlife Trips To Take In Your Twenties thumbnail

We’ve all seen it, rolled our eyes on it, or pressed “like” on it, depending on our perspectives – a Facebook photos of a youthful person playing a board game or cooking dinner or doing crafts on their couch on a Friday night with the caption “LOL, I’m so old!” First of all – crafts are…

Eating Our Way Through Chicago thumbnail

You’ve got to love a city where you can fiercely debate the merits of various pizza styles, go from sand to skyscrapers in moments, and celebrate holidays with such ferocity that you dye your river to match it. I’m talking, of course, about Chicago — though I must admit it’s taken me a while to appreciate…

A Down Home Wedding in Decatur thumbnail

Are those wedding bells you hear in the distance? I hear them too — it’s definitely wedding season in Wanderland these days! This summer, I attended four. While that might seem like quite a few, they were all so incredibly unique and different, pretty much the only thing they all had in common was that two…

How One Professional Flyer Manages Flight Anxiety thumbnail

It’s hard to believe these days, but once upon a time, I was a fearless flyer. I’d giddily look forward to being in flight as my “me time” when I could disconnect from the world and relax. My more anxiety-prone friends would vie to sit next to me since I’d just laugh and reassure them when…

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