Posts in Collab
Where to Stay in Park City: The Lodges at Deer Valley

If you’ve ever been to, or researched, Park City, you may have come across Deer Valley Resort, a renowned ski-only resort that consistently ranks among the top ski resorts in North America. Read on for my review of a cozy hotel right in the heart of one of the US’s most highly regarded ski resorts, The Lodges as Deer Valley.

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Why Grand Rapids, Michigan is Your Gateway to a Perfect Midwest Summer

One thing I love about wandering around the US, just outside of the behemoth cities, is discovering what else is buzzing along, waiting to be uncovered by fresh eyes. For a relatively small city, Grand Rapids’ scene is impressively rich. And, Michiganders know how to do all seasons, but particularly summer, right.  Here are 7 reasons why Grand Rapids should be on your radar, from mind-blowing places to eat, to epic beach spots, and everything in between.

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A First-Timer's Travel Guide to An Epic Summer in Park City: What to Do, Where to Eat, and More

While some ski resort towns might all but close down for the season, Park City charges forward, adapting to the polar-opposite weather with ease. Read on for everything you know to have an epic summer in Park City, Utah - 6 summer activities, where to eat, and where to stay.

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Where to Stay in Boston: Hotel Studio Allston

The Hotel Studio Allston is an art- and color-lover’s dream. There’s a focus on creativity here, so splatters of paint underneath a bespoke paintbrush bookshelf; multi-colored elevators; and interactive installations like moving shapes on wheels, bright picture frames, and a ping pong table perched next to a faux palm tree are signature Studio Allston staples.

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Where to Stay in Manhattan: The Roger Smith Hotel

The beautiful thing about NYC is that there really is something for everyone if you just know where to look. Spacious accommodation at an actually reasonable price? Look no further than Manhattan’s Midtown East, where you’ll find the Roger Smith hotel.

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Where to Stay in Long Beach: The Hotel Royal

Walk around Long Beach today and you’ll find new apartment complexes mixed with decades-old Art Deco and Spanish Renaissance-style buildings. The Hotel Royal is one of those buildings, and nothing about this hotel is typical, or conventional. And honestly, that’s what makes this exciting.

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Winter In the Mountains: How to Spend 1 Day in Big Bear

For me, winter usually just means a 10-degree drop in temperature and occasional rain, and snow is just a far-off fairytale that I only get to see on social media and in movies, and I know I’m not alone! But that’s where Big Bear comes in. With only one day to spare in late January, we decided to take a day trip and see for ourselves just what makes Big Bear so magical.

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Where to Stay in Waikiki: The Laylow, Autograph Collection

Throughout my entire life growing up in Hawaii, if there's one thing I assumed about Waikiki, it's that the hotels in Waikiki were all the same: muted, boring colors; stereotypical music; tourist-laden souvenir shops. My impression of Waikiki had never been that it was 'hip' or 'cool.' That is, until The Laylow popped up and completely changed my mind.

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Holiday Party Inspo: Why Wearing Emerald is an Event in Itself

Time passes by SO quickly, and December can especially feel like a blur. It’s precisely because of this that making time to spend with the important people in your life this time of year is crucial, no matter how hectic life may feel. This season, I’m trying my best to make time to spend with the people I care about most, and while I do it, I’ll be wearing emerald.

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Adventure 101: How to Choose Functional and Stylish Outdoor Gear

Now, everything from online marketplaces to physical retailers like Dick’s Sporting Goods seem to be carrying a bigger-than-ever assortment of women’s performance gear at extremely affordable prices. So, if there was ever an ideal time to fall in love with the great outdoors as a woman, it’s now.

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Take it Slow: How to Unwind and Recharge After A Vacation

Have you ever experienced the need to take a vacation from your vacation? Most of us do, but some of us ignore the urge to relax when we get back, because it’s way too tempting to open up your inbox as soon as you get home and just dive right back in. Don’t.

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