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: Vancouver, Canada in 24 Hours

I’m one of those travelers that believes in maximizing their vacations.  If I can reach another major city in a short commute, I will usually map out a way to get there whether it’s by plane, train, or automobile.

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Travel Guide: AAMBC Weekend in Atlanta

I’m sure that I would need both hands to count the number of times that I have been to Atlanta, but I recently realized that I’ve never been to Atlanta as a tourist.  

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Travel Guide: Messina Hof Winery

Even though Texas is not known for their vineyards, Messina Hof offers a unique blend of locally grown wines.  Founded by Paul Bonnarigo in 1983, today Messina Hof produces over 50,000 cases of wine a year and offers year round tours to visitors and wine connoisseurs alike.

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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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