I escaped from the brutal winter up north to the happy sunny south last weekend and today I will be sharing some photos of what I did in Orlando. It was my first time on PTO (only took two days) and it just felt awesome to get paid for having fun haha. Anyone who uses their paid time off will understand this : ) If you want to check out my outfit details from this trip, click here. Day one was kind of a chill day, because we were waiting for other people to fly in. My friends and I… View Post

One of my new year’s resolutions is to travel more, and I’m off to a great start! Heading to Orlando this weekend and San Francisco the weekend after that : ) I am one of those people who love traveling but still need to come home and sleep in my own bed. If I like my own bed so much, why do I like traveling? The biggest reason is expanding my perspective. We see a lot of photos on Instagram of beautiful destinations that we want to eventually go to, but seeing them with our own eyes is completely different.… View Post

Merry Christmas everyone! I hope you had an amazing weekend : ) Today I will be sharing some festive things to do in New York City. I previously did a Thanksgiving in New York post, so check it out! Window displays on Fifth Avenue are always beautiful. Stores like Saks, Henri Bendel, Tiffany’s and Bergdorf Goodman have super festive window displays and they seriously go all out. Saks even has light shows at night : ) The famous Rockefeller tree is right across the street from Saks, and the gigantic Christmas tree is definitely worth fighting through the crowd for.… View Post

First Thanksgiving in New York City, check! I wanted to document my Thanksgiving break, so be prepared for lots of pictures. Hopefully this will be informative for you if you want to come to NYC for Thanksgiving next year : ) Autumn in Central Park is a must see. I suggest starting from the southeast entrance, work your way to the Gapstow Bridge, then exit at Columbus Circle. If you’re only here for Thanksgiving, you will probably go to a fancy restaurant and have a three-course dinner. If you’re a NYC dweller like me, remember to go grocery shopping early… View Post

I was recently in Chicago for work, but was able to check out some touristy spots in the city. The Bean – aka Cloud Gate, aka the most famous thing in Chicago. It is a giant sculpture made of stainless steel plates and located in┬áMillennium Park. If you’re at the Millennium Park, go check out the Buckingham Fountain too, it is magical. I stayed at the Bean for about half an hour to take pictures from all angles (it showcases the skyline very well) and to relax in the park. You also get a great view of the Bean from… View Post