The NoMad Hotel Las Vegas | Where Low-Key Meets Luxe

Earlier last month, I was given the opportunity to get a sneak peak into the NoMad Hotel as the European-style – with a hint of sophistication – establishment was preparing for their grand opening. Sitting atop the newly renovated Park MGM (previously Monte Carlo) this establishment has also opened The Bar, The NoMad Restaurant, The…

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Everything New Budget Travelers Should Know About Staying In An Airbnb

While the hospitality industry is skyrocketing, and so are hotel room fares, every traveler is faced with a question of luxury versus function. Do I stay in a hotel near the city with a pressurized shower head and tiny bottles of shampoo and conditioner, where staff replace my used towels during my stay for the…

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The Journey to Loving Myself | Part One: Exercising Gratitude In All Things

This is the first leg of the journey to loving myself. If you haven’t read already in this post, I have noticed I was not entirely happy with where my life was. It’s also never too late to take action, which is what I’m doing as I start this new chapter in my life, post-graduation.…

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San Diego in Autumn

As peak season is arriving quickly to Las Vegas, I took the Friday off and drove to sunny San Diego, California to visit my BFF, Jasmin! Considering I haven’t seen her since my graduation, I figured it was time I paid her and southern California a visit. COMMUNAL COFFEE The first stop I made was to…

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Six Misconceptions People Have About Las Vegas

Las Vegas – the city of sin, where people can go to completely forget their troubles and do things they normally wouldn’t. And what happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas now with social media at its peak. Well for locals, Las Vegas isn’t about drinking and gambling – and we definitely don’t live in hotels. What many people know about this city in southern Nevada is what they’ve seen in movies and television shows, but clearly there is more than meets the eye with this crazy city.

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How I Survived Three Weeks Solo Traveling in Europe

Solo traveling is the most nerve-wracking and exciting thing you can ever do, and I fully recommend that you do it! Not only is traveling exciting in itself, but doing it alone teaches you so much about yourself that you would not have learned otherwise. You get to do what you want, when you want, and the whole experience you gain from it is entirely up to you.

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