NOTABLE NORMALICIES / 12.16.17

It is officially my last week here in New York City, and I am collecting all of the feels. December has undoubtedly been my favorite month in the big apple, in terms of the atmosphere of the city {saving the best for last I suppose}. Holiday season kicked in at the beginning of the month and I have embraced every second of it. Let’s recap the notable moments of the last few weeks. Continue Reading

THE ULTIMATE TRAVEL GUIDE TO LONDON

Prepare yourselves, this is going to be a long one.

I felt it was about time that I created an ‘Ultimate Guide’ to my favorite city in the world. I am actually extremely proud of how many things I accomplished while living in London. It’s true that you will never find yourself complaining of boredom in London. To create this guide, I simply sat down one night and began listing the places I visited and the meaningful experiences I shared, and so began the guide to England’s largest, and most diverse, city. Continue Reading

A QUICK NEIGHBORHOOD GUIDE TO LONDON

Like most metropolises {yes, that’s a word}, there are so many neighborhoods to explore. Here in New York, I am having a hard time knowing what neighborhood I’m in, when I’m in it. And it’s not for lack of trying. But you walk around the corner, cross a side street, and suddenly BOOM, you have crossed from TiBeCa to Little Italy.
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5 MOST UNDERRATED CITIES IN EUROPE

There are certain destinations in Europe that everyone wants to visit. Paris, Rome, Barcelona. You probably know, because you probably want to visit them as well. As wonderful as many of these destinations are, there is no doubt they will be swimming with tourists, even during the off-peak seasons. There are a few locations in Europe that weren’t necessarily on the top of my travel list, but after visiting them I can recommend to everyone. In some of these locations, I had such a magnificent time that I would return to them before seeing Paris, Rome, or Barcelona for a second time. Continue Reading