Asia, Australia, Bali, Malaysia, Melbourne & Victoria, Oceania, Outback Australia, Queensland, Singapore, South Australia, Sydney & New South Wales, Tasmania, Travel

16 Places I Visited In 2016

It’s been a while since my last post, and I have so many cool places to write about! Since my last blog I took a trip to Bali and then did an epic Australian road trip from Darwin down to Adelaide, back to Melbourne and then up to the Gold Coast. But before I get… Read More 16 Places I Visited In 2016

Asia, Food and Drink Guides, Girl Eats The World, Singapore, Travel

Eating and Drinking Your Way Through Singapore

If you’re a foodie, specifically when it comes to Asian food, one of the best places you can go is Singapore. I recently visited Singapore for the first time and was blown away by all the great food and drinks I experienced. It’s something I’m used to in cities like New York and Melbourne and… Read More Eating and Drinking Your Way Through Singapore

Arizona, Australia, Boston + Massachusetts, Las Vegas + Nevada, New York, New Zealand, North America, Oceania, Philadelphia + Pennsylvania, Sydney & New South Wales, Travel, USA, Utah, Vermont

15 Places I Visited In 2015

Now that we’re a week into the new year, I’m starting to reflect on everything that happened in 2015. To say things are completely different than they were this time last year would be an understatement. When 2015 began, I was working in an office job in New York. I tried to be as positive… Read More 15 Places I Visited In 2015

North America, Travel, USA, Utah

Visiting Zion National Park in Utah

I recently returned from an amazing road trip around the American Southwest, which included canyons, national parks, and a long weekend in Las Vegas. Check out my three recent posts about the Grand Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, and Antelope Canyon. And last but definitely not least of my favourite places I visited: the beautiful Zion National Park in Utah!… Read More Visiting Zion National Park in Utah

Arizona, North America, Travel, USA

Antelope Canyon: the most magical canyon in America

While you’ve definitely heard of some of the canyons in the American Southwest, there’s a pretty good chance you haven’t heard of Antelope Canyon. I had no idea it existed either until my favourite blogger visited over the summer. But after seeing the canyon for myself on my recent trip around the southwest, I have… Read More Antelope Canyon: the most magical canyon in America

Arizona, North America, Travel, USA

Horseshoe Bend: A Hidden Gem in the American Southwest

When you think of cool canyons to visit in the American Southwest, there’s no doubt the Grand Canyon is the first to come to your mind. You’ve obviously seen pictures of the main part of the canyon, probably from the South Rim. But one of the greatest points to see is way on the Eastern… Read More Horseshoe Bend: A Hidden Gem in the American Southwest

New York, North America, Travel, USA

NYC Neighbourhood Spotlight: Williamsburg

  By far the most well-known New York City neighbourhood outside of Manhattan, and one that really emerged into the NYC scene in recent years is Williamsburg. After moving to Brooklyn a year ago, I started spending a lot of my time in Williamsburg and got to know the neighbourhood pretty well. Then on my… Read More NYC Neighbourhood Spotlight: Williamsburg

Boston + Massachusetts, North America, Travel, USA

A Totally Unique New Trend: “Escape The Room”

A few days ago, my dad took the day off from work and we used that time to have a father/daughter bonding day. We wanted to do something different with our day, so I started researching things to do in Boston that are a little bit off the beaten track. The thing that stood out… Read More A Totally Unique New Trend: “Escape The Room”

Europe, France, North America, Study Abroad, Study Abroad, Travel

So You’re Getting Ready to Study Abroad…Part 2: When You Arrive In Your New Home

It’s getting close to the start of the school year, and that means lots of students will be boarding flights to spend a semester or a year in a foreign country. Study abroad is becoming more and more common among college students, and it’s basically a rite of passage for young people today. If you… Read More So You’re Getting Ready to Study Abroad…Part 2: When You Arrive In Your New Home

Travel, USA

Finding A Job That Doesn’t Feel Like A Job

This summer was probably the busiest one I’ve ever had. But at the same time, it was probably the best one I’ve ever had. I worked six or seven days each week and somewhere around 15 hours each day, which to most people might sound crazy and miserable! In most other jobs, I would feel… Read More Finding A Job That Doesn’t Feel Like A Job