I'm back with more Palm Springs secrets... This time, come along with me as I unearth the best treasures that the Palm Springs Vintage Flea Market has to offer. Inspired by my stay at the famed Parker Hotel; I'm sure Jonathan Adler would be proud.
For my complete guide to Palm Springs, click HERE!
Craving a little summer to get you through the last blows of winter? I have your answer: Palm Springs. Kind of like an episode of Mad Men, set in the middle of the desert.
As Indian summer in SoCal continues well into October and tourists have thinned out, now is a great time for a beachy vacay. Whether you're escaping the heat of central LA, or the chill of an east coast autumn, check out the stuff you actually want to know about Santa Monica!
Need inspo on where to spend the 4th of July? How about a tiny island less than 2 hours from Los Angeles? Catalina Island is where I recently spent my birthday weekend, and it was one of the best. Here's why...
This July, I spent nearly 1 month driving through the southwest. On a mission to find inspiration for my next home, we visited some of the most spiritual places in the US. I may not have decided on my next home quite yet, but along the way I found a whole lot of wild places to visit ASAP. So if your bucket list includes a cross country road trip (or just a visit to say...a desert ghost town or an energy vortex?) check out this list for adventures that’ll blow your mind.
Visions of Rome in your future? Don't waste your time or calories on crappy gelato. Check out my highlights from the Italian capital, from the healthy to the traditional - and you'll be eating like a local on your next visit.
I recently took a trip down from NYC to Washington, DC for a girl's weekend with my sister. Check out my favorite finds for a healthy weekend in Georgetown!
Don’t worry, just because you’re spending a weekend away from the pulse of the city doesn’t mean you need to stay in a Victorian mansion filled with spiderwebs, or join the senior citizens in a doily filled diner.
Click through for the coolest places to stay, eat and do for the discerning New Yorker (read: you) who’s ready to unwind.
Tulum is notorious for feeling more removed and relaxed than it’s noisy neighbors, Playa del Carmen and Cancun. However – don’t be fooled by the thatched roofs and jungle backdrop. This spot’s secret has been out for a while; and plenty of big city folk have since decamped to enjoy the simpler life - or just spend a few days off the grid and unplugged.
Highlights included a visit to a tiny little sand bar dubbed Sandy Island, shopping on St. Barths (where I picked up every neon tassel I could find), and of course celebrating the New Year by dancing the night away at The Viceroy Anguilla. To find out how I tackled these two islands "Natty style" - click below for my "Best Of" list - and plenty of photos to get you inspired for your next tropical travel!