Travel : Washington D.C. 2019

Sometimes it's time to escape the hustle and bustle of NYC, and find some bustle somewhere else.     Weekend getaways tend to be my favorite. I can pack a small backpack with me, have a new adventure and go back to work on Monday like nothing ever happened. A friend recently told me about … Continue reading Travel : Washington D.C. 2019

Travel: Bermuda 2018: Tie Dye Blues

We've been counting the days. I recently peer pressured Kat into taking a trip with me,and guess what.. it worked! She hasn't had a vacation in God knows how long, and I was on a mission to get out of New York. Seemed like a win-win to me. I did all my homework, our itinerary … Continue reading Travel: Bermuda 2018: Tie Dye Blues

Travel: How I Travel With Only A Carry On

Flashback to October 2017, my parents are getting married in the Dominican Republic. Everyone is jumping on a plane and there's so much to bring a long with us. I've already packed about 4 days before our departure. My carry on is by the door, and a few days later, the night before our flight … Continue reading Travel: How I Travel With Only A Carry On

Travel: How I Travel on a Budget and How to Plan An Itinerary

A friend recently called me "The Human Planner" I giggled because it's the first time I've heard that about me. But when I stopped giggling I thought about it, and she's kinda right. I plan everything. One of the many things that have to be in order is when I decide to travel, things like … Continue reading Travel: How I Travel on a Budget and How to Plan An Itinerary

Travel: Twenty Nine In The Big Easy

Turning 29, you would think I was I would be panicking knowing that I'm only one year away from the big 3-0. Today doesn't even feel like my birthday. I'm sitting in the airport for a flight that I had rescheduled for 8am instead of 2pm. It's currently 4:30 in the morning, and my eyes … Continue reading Travel: Twenty Nine In The Big Easy

Vlog: Santo Domingo 2017

This family trip has been pretty bonding. I'm a big sucker for creating and saving memories. I keep my camera on me at almost all times. As much photos are pretty telling, videos are everything. I remember my mom having countless home videos, and the older we got, they seemed to fade. Now that we … Continue reading Vlog: Santo Domingo 2017