Travel Guide: The Perfect Itinerary

There are some free-spirited travelers that believe in reaching their destination and just going with the wind, but if you suffer from a mild case of OCD and SE (See Everything), like me, I live for a custom itinerary.  My itinerary needs vary depending on the type of trip, for instance, if I’m going to […]

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Travel Guide: The Best of Cabo San Lucas

With a sea once dubbed the Aquarium of the World, by famed explorer Jacques Cousteau, Cabo has remained a vibrant city filled with a plethora of activities to cater to travelers.  This tropical oasis, popular among spring breakers and A-list travelers alike, hosts a variety of activites from water-sports to partying on Skid Row that […]

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Travel Guide: New Orleans- The Off Bourbon Edition

In my head, I am an honorary New Orleans resident. At one point, after graduating college, I was in New Orleans every month simply catching up with old friends and enjoying one of the few cities that has a piece of my heart. When you graduated from a college about an hour away from one […]

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Social Media Lessons

I once used social media to air out a grievance. I will admit, it was perhaps not the most mature or responsible way to handle the situation, but boy did it feel good at the time. What can I say, I’m only human. And besides, cognac and anger don’t mix well… I’m not a person […]

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Exploring Life In Contract 

I accepted my first contract role in 2013 working for a Big Four Accounting Firm on an assignment under the US Federal Government. It was one of the most exciting and rewarding times in my professional career. I learned a lot about human capital management and the value of a positive working culture. After my […]

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New Beginnings 

Dear 2016, On the first night I met you, I just knew that we were doomed from the start. I despised you and knew that you had come to steal my joy and crush my spirits. For months, I woke up hesitantly, wishing you would disappear and praying that everyday would be better than the […]

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Travel Guide: AirBnb

As vacation season looms around the corner, I have had many travelers inquire about using AirBnb in lieu of pricey hotels with limited amenities and outrageous parking costs.  For those of you unfamiliar with AirBnb, it is a site where property owners can post their lodgings for travelers around the world to rent.  While AirBnb […]

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Lessons at 30: Make Shit Happen

Throughout this month, I’ve shared some valuable lessons that have helped to mold me into a woman that I am learning to love more and more each day. This year has been all about personal growth and learning to grab life by the horns and roll with the punches. I’ve had my share of road […]

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Lessons at 30: Reasons and Seasons

In 2013, I wrote a blog post titled, Reasons and Seasons one week before my first book release.  Ironically, that same post embodies my exact sentiments today, but there is one significant difference.  At 30, I have finally learned to be more in tune with God, I hear him, I breathe him, and I now […]

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Travel Guide: Road Trip 101

Even though airplanes are my preferred mode of travel, if the company is right, I’m always down for a good old-fashioned road trip. Back in my LSU days, trips up and down I-10 were as normal as midnight runs to Whataburger, but as adult responsibilities on borrowed time take precedence, every now and then I […]

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