Kakao

Things have been a bit busy for me the past two weeks as I've been traveling for conferences. So, I'm refocusing and getting back on the bandwagon for reviews...this review is overdue from Monday, but hey, at least I'm doing it now! Try out Kakao, I was interested in them because they label themselves as, "Chocolate... Continue Reading →

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It’s been a bit…

The past few weeks have been incredibly busy. I have so much that I want to share with everyone, but I've been lacking the time. I am on my way to Florida right now for a writing conference so I will start my posts that I've been wanting to, I want to share the featured... Continue Reading →

Westward

I've wanted to come to Westward for awhile, so I booked reservations using OpenTable (one of my favorite apps). And let me tell you...did not disappoint! Note: I am not paid for my reviews. I eat at the restaurants I review and pay for it myself, no one asks me to come in and do... Continue Reading →

Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas - Day 1 Tips traveling to/in Cabo Flying into SJC you are provided an immigration for to fill out. If this is your first time, the fun surprise is you aren’t allowed to go downstairs to immigration until you’ve filled out ANOTHER form, which is a Visa form. Do yourself a favor... Continue Reading →

Theatres in Seattle

This weekend was pretty enjoyable and this may end up being a bit longer post than my normal ones. So I wanted to break out my story in a few sections, please feel free to bounce around as you like (the links are clickable). I want to take the opportunity to share something fun you... Continue Reading →

Nice day 1

Tips: 24-hour day pass for transit is €5 and worth it if you want to go further out of the city. This pass covers all buses (except 98 and 99), subway, and tram. Getting to and from the airport, you can use your 24-hour day pass BUT make sure you are at the right stop!... Continue Reading →

Oslo Day 1.5

I mentioned this earlier, but I am suffering from a dreadful cold...it was so bad that when I flew in my ears refused to pop for hours until after I landed. This may not sound like a big deal, but I have noticed in the past 10 years when I fly my ears will naturally... Continue Reading →

Lessons learned

So...I'm all about traveling cheaply and one of the ways I save money is by finding package deals on Expedia. This has always worked well for me, well...I'm off to Oslo for this weekend and my total cost of flight and airfare was ~$350...which isn't bad, but...I really value my time. I hate wasting it... On... Continue Reading →

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