I went to Texas. I did some things. Here’s what you should do if you have 48 hours in the great, big city of Dallas.
This past November, my husband and I traveled to St. Barthélemy for our honeymoon.
As is tradition, I’ve compiled a St. Barth travel guide if you ever have the pleasure of visiting this beautiful, little French isle.
Disclaimer: three weeks ago I owned less than or equal to four swimsuits (accounting for roaming separates) to my name. Today, I stand before you, a proud, and self-proclaimed, swimsuit aficionado.
Twenty-four hours in New York City is never enough, but, if you find yourself there for a limited amount of time, I’ve got you covered with an RR-approved city guide to one of the greatest and most trendy places on planet Earth. Read more to find out my favorite spots to stay, eat, shop, workout, and more.
I traveled to Philly for the first time this past April, and again this month for a long Labor Day Weekend. Besides being the place where our favorite Founding Fathers decided to set up shop to create this great American nation, it also happens to be a pretty cool/trendy/modern metropolis to visit and/or live in.
There are many travel styles from which to choose. Personally, I’ve always wanted to be the Effortless-Cashmere-Sweater-And-Vintage-Levi’s-Woman, hair pulled back in a low, composed bun, whilst rummaging (with purpose, of course) through my timeless (and understated) black Birkin (for a touch-up of YSL rouge), which obviously doubles as the diaper bag for my charming and unperturbed child.