I am currently in the midst of packing up my life on the East Coast on a huge leap of faith and transferring my life over to the picture-perfect weather of Southern California and have been doing major exploring to figure out which city will be my new place to call home. I spent this New Years weekend in the sleepy shore town of Santa Barbara, which is only an hour and a half north of Los Angeles.
Travel is always worth the time, effort and money. However the latter often puts people off, deciding that they simply can’t afford to travel or go away. While there will always be costs involved, where there’s a will there’s a way- and it’s more possible than you might think to travel even when you don’t have hundreds in the bank. Here are a few examples of ways you can make it work.
As many of you already know, I was in The Hamptons a few weekends ago with one of my besties and wanted to share some of the highlights from our mini girls trip for my Northeast babes. Read the post below and I hope you enjoy my travel tips!
I finally made it out to the west coast this past week and it was a lot harder than I thought to get on the plane back home to Philly. I was thankful enough to have my brother as the local guide take us up and down the coast to find some fun places that the SF locals like to keep hush-hush from tourists. Read more for my first day in the bay area