A City Girl In Hill Country: My Epic Texas Birthday Tour, Part II

A City Girl In Hill Country: My Epic Texas Birthday Tour, Part II

What do you get when you put a city girl in the middle of Texas Hill Country?

After a fast-paced month of birthday festivities, it was time to slow it down.  Read about my first time exploring Texas Hill Country as well as another first-time travel experience for me on the blog now!

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Traveling While Natural: The Art of Protective Styles

Traveling While Natural: The Art of Protective Styles

For our May edition of “Reader’s Choice”, we had a tie! In the first post, I am going to dive into the art of protecting styles for traveling while natural.  I have never been an expat, but I have been on a few trips to know what works for me and hopefully, these tips work for you too.  Be sure to leave your own tips about how you protect your natural hair while abroad in the comments.

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Dope Event Alert!- Too Fly Week

Dope Event Alert!- Too Fly Week

We are due for a great week. Not only because it is my birthday week but because one of my favorite causes is back in Dallas. It is officially #TooFlyWeek! Read more about how you can literally pour for passports as we strive to meet our goal of 100 passport scholarships for underserved youth.

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Traveling Won't SOLVE My Problems, But It Can Help Fix Them

Traveling Won't SOLVE My Problems, But It Can Help Fix Them

You're stressed out, tired, and your significant other is getting on your LAST nerves.  What do you need?  A vacation?  Yes, I've been there and you might have been too.  But if traveling your defense mechanism when the going gets tough? Let's talk about how traveling might not solve all of your problems but how it can definitely help fix them. Read more on the blog.

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10 Awkward Moments Only Female Travelers Can Understand

10 Awkward Moments Only Female Travelers Can Understand

We are still celebrating Women’s History Month and this post is a funny ode to my sisters that have gone through the struggle bus of being a woman on the go in unfamiliar territory.  I see you.  I salute you.  I empathize with you.  We are still strong and beautiful even when we might not feel like it.  I hope this makes you snort from laughter and gives you great memories in hindsight.  If you have any other awkward womanly moments, definitely leave them in the comments so we can bond.

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San Juan, Puerto Rico: Even Better The Second Time Around

San Juan, Puerto Rico: Even Better The Second Time Around

Have you ever visited a place and felt like it just spoke to your entire soul? That's how I felt about San Juan, Puerto Rico.  I was completely enamored when I visited for the first time during a solo trip in March 2015.  Even though I was persistent on celebrating New Year's in another country, I decided to go back to Puerto Rico and had an even better time the second time around. Read more about my experience. 

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5 Reasons Why I Encourage Every Woman To Take A Solo Trip In Their Lifetime

5 Reasons Why I Encourage Every Woman To Take A Solo Trip In Their Lifetime

In case you were not aware, March is Women’s History Month, therefore it’s only proper that I include some girl power posts on the blog this month.  One thing that I hope to see more of as the years go by is women releasing their fear and taking a solo trip.  Whether you are married, single, a mother, or a widow, read more about why I think every woman needs to take a solo trip at least once in their lifetime.

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