Travel

A Weekend at Stratton Mountain Resort

It’s officially snowboarding season and ya girl is through the roof! Opening weekend for Stratton Mountain Resort in Vermont was Friday, November 25th. So you better believe, we took off early Black Friday morning and headed right up to the condo at the mountain. Is it too early to say it will be my second … Read More

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A Weekend in Point Pleasant New Jersey

As a weekend trip enthusiast, I am traveling more often than not and typically insanely busy. I am super lucky that Ian likes to adventure as much as me, if not more! He is always down for spontaneous trips and finding the best things to do while we’re there. FYI – I highly recommend finding … Read More

6 Reasons to Visit Long Island This Fall Colorful fall leaves on a tree in Long Island New York

6 Reasons to Visit Long Island This Fall

Long Island is notoriously known as a Summer spot and is highly trafficked in between Memorial Day and Labor Day by those who live in New York City. I don’t blame them for coming out this way, Long Island has everything you could want for an epic Summer weekend – the beaches, the relaxation, the … Read More

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The Perfect Port Jefferson Date Night

After what has been (and honestly continues to be) the world’s most crazy and hectic summer, Ian and I finally found some time to enjoy a much needed unplanned date night. Last weekend was really no different from the rest of the insane weekends we’ve been doing all summer ( Pittsburgh, New Jersey, Birthday Weekends, … Read More

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7 Things You Must Do Before You Go to Fire Island, New York

Living on Long Island means you pretty much live where other people vacation. It took me my almost 30 years of life, and living in another state, to really come to terms with that and realize what a great place to live Long Island is. There’s so much to do, including go to my favorite … Read More

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A Guide to Roadtrip Planning

Early tomorrow morning, my boyfriend and I and heading out on a 8 hour roadtrip to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I was team ‘let’s just book flights,’ while he insisted on driving there. We all know that I love driving, but the trip to Pittsburgh is absolutely daunting and honestly plain old boring. While roadtripping is my … Read More

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Best Breakfast Spots on Long Island

Looking for the best breakfast on Long Island? Look no further. I’ve put together a list of some the best breakfast places that Suffolk County has to offer. If you are looking for some Long Island brunch spots, this list can double as that too! These are not listed in any order, so you should … Read More

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10 Things To Do On Long Island Before The End of Summer

It’s the words that no one on Long Island wants to hear, “summer is almost over.” We wait all year for these three months, just to have them disappear shortly after they’ve finally arrived. With the sun setting before 8pm again, it’s tough to deny it but Fall will be here before we know it. … Read More

5 Places You Need To Go To on The North Fork of Long Island

You’ve decided to head out east on Long Island – great choice! Whether you’re escaping the hectic New York City life or just looking for a weekend getaway from Nassau or Western Suffolk, the North Fork is a pretty great location. The North Fork is filled with scenic roads and country vibes. It’s really hard … Read More

7 United States Cities You Can Fly to For Under $375 Round Trip

I think it’s safe to say that people are struggling with staying in the same place. It’s been almost 8 months of the pandemic and slowly but surely more places are opening up. Although leaving the country is still not recommended, I’ve pulled together a list of some domestic travel options that will fulfill your … Read More

6 Reasons Why You Should Travel By Yourself

So you’re thinking about going on a trip by yourself? Do it! I know that’s easier said than done. In all honesty I get it. Solo travel is a pretty intimidating idea to think about. Embracing traveling alone can be tough because of the idea of being by yourself and only yourself, the extra time … Read More

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4 Instagram Travel Challenge Story Templates

I’ve been a pretty big fan of these Instagram story challenges lately. I’ve gotten tagged in plenty of Jeep ones and a few “About Me” challenges. They are so fun to fill out, at least I think so! Maybe I’m a big weirdo (yes), but it’s something that brings everyone together in this crazy time. … Read More

5 Places I Wish I Could Go To, Right Now

On Instagram last week, I asked everyone where they could go if they could go anywhere. Quarantine life is tough and I’m getting cabin fever. It got me thinking of all the places I would love to be at right now.

10 Songs That Need to be on Your RoadTrip Playlist

Some songs need to be played while driving. Check out a few of my favorites that are on my road trip playlist. If you don’t have one, I highly suggest you start one ASAP! My driving playlist is constantly evolving, but these are some staples that will never get old. PSA – These songs are … Read More

7 Tips to Stay Healthy While Road-Tripping

I’ve been on enough road trips and learned from way too many mistakes to compile this list of ways to stay healthy while on the road. Hope you find them helpful! Drink Water & Pack Extra There’s nothing worse than being dehydrated when stuck in your car. Did you know that most of the time … Read More

Abandoned Destination – Kings Park Psychiatric Center

The Kings Park Psychiatric Center or “The Pysch Center” is a landmark on Long Island and beyond. (above photo by Newsday.com) Now all that’s left are massive asbestos filled buildings, a complex tunnel system throughout the town, and much to be explored.