Reading Time: 8 minutes Welcome to sunny San Diego! Arguably one of the best cities in the United States, SD is famous for its historic Gaslamp District, beautiful beaches, and proximity to Mexico. One quality that it’s not known for is its diversity–especially for African Americans, who only make up 6.4% of the entire city’s Continue Reading
Reading Time: 3 minutes I’ve lived in the DMV for the past 8 years, but only recently moved to Washington D.C. And I love it! Having visited more than 29 countries and countless cities, D.C. is still one of my favorites—and here are my top 5 reasons why. 1. The interesting (often free!) weekly events. Continue Reading
Reading Time: 4 minutes Cities famous for street art: NYC, Miami, LA… Richmond, VA? In this photo essay, learn about the Richmond Mural Project, RVA Street Art Festival, and commissioned artists of this colorful river city.
Reading Time: 3 minutes When I first heard that my mother and grandmother wanted to go to Leavenworth, WA, a city supposedly styled as an old Bavarian town, I’ll be honest and say that an involuntary groan may have slipped out. Well, after only three hours in this quaint little town, I can guarantee that Continue Reading
Reading Time: 4 minutes Recently I visited Chattanooga Tennessee via invitation of Chattanooga Fun, and had my preconceptions and expectations completely blown away. As a millennial traveler , here are some things about Chattanooga truly unique from any other destination, and made me literally “aww!” out loud. *Disclosure: This was a comped trip, but Continue Reading
Reading Time: 4 minutes There must be close to a million “A Weekend in NYC” posts out there on the internet, but here’s *DJ Khaled voice* another one. However, this one is designed for my fellow 20-something/college student/young professional girls looking for a one day-ish adventure in the most populous city in the world. Continue Reading