Fall Photography Fun in the Park

Fall Photography Fun in the Park

A few days ago the weather was disrespectful giving us 30-something degrees in NYC. I was extremely happy the sun came out on Sunday because I’m not mentally ready for parka season. Since I was photo ready and the weather was nice, it was the perfect day to have some fall photography fun with my new Sony Alpha a6000. Even though I initially wanted to take the Canon route, I...

Utilizing My Tribe + 6 Reminders From Blogalicious Weekend

Blogalicious Miami Carnival

After almost four years since my first post, I attended my first blogger conference earlier this month. Since I wanted to network more in the lifestyle category for both blogs, I chose to attend Blogalicious Weekend. Blogalicious is an online community and annual conference celebrating the diversity in social media. This year’s theme was to Tribe Up and each session reminded me to utilize the tools I have and people I...

A Quick Guide to Marrakech, Morocco

Outside of visiting Chefchaouen, Marrakech was my second favorite city in Morocco. With it being such a conservative country, I felt more at home since it had such a “busy city” atmosphere. I even wore shorts! There was so much to do in the city center and I wanted to experience it all. If you’re ever planning a trip to Marrakech, here’s a quick travel guide of things to do. About...

5 Delicious Moroccan Food and Drinks You Must Try

Moroccan Food and Drinks Worth Trying in Morocco

I don’t consider myself foodie, but I love eating different foods when I travel. For some reason, locals always seem to direct me to the fast restaurants. Going to Morocco was no different, but I managed to get a food tour through the Medina with Marrakech Food Tours on our free afternoon in Marrakech. In addition to visiting the local baker who bakes and sells bread for local shops and...

The Ultimate Travel Guide to Chefchaouen: The Blue City in Morocco

The Ultimate Travel Guide to Chefchaouen The Blue City in Morocco

One of the biggest highlights of our girls trip to Morocco was the day trip to Chefchaouen. After seeing a video on Facebook earlier this year, I knew I wanted to go so I researched ways on how to get there during our free day in Fez. From viewing the new city to exploring the medina, I enjoyed every bit of the day. If you’re traveling to Morocco and want...

Photo Diary of Incredible Doors in Morocco

Incredible Doors in Morocco

Since I stayed home all summer, my only vacation of Q3 was spent on a girls trip to Morocco. This was a first for all of us on the continent of Africa and we learned a lot about the history, culture, food, and people within the country. One constant that remained in each of the five cities I visited were the unique designs of the doors and entry gates of shops, houses,...

What to Wear in Morocco as a Female Traveler

What to Wear in Morocco as a Female Traveler

Since Chefchaouen wasn’t on our itinerary, I thought figuring out how to get there would be the biggest headache for planning our girls trip to Morocco. Little did I know that WHAT TO WEAR in Morocco would be the most common subject in our group chat. Although Morocco gets millions of tourists from Europe, North America and other parts of the world, it is still a traditional Muslim country. We’re so used...

Rock Out In Morocco: A Complete Itinerary of a Week in Morocco

How we spent a Week in Morocco

It’s a whole month later and I’m finally sharing how five friends and I spent a week in Morocco. We encountered some hiccups through the journey but still had a great time. If you haven’t had a chance to check highlights from Instagram, today, I’m sharing our full itinerary and details on what we did during the week-long trip. Sunday – Travel from Casablanca to Rabat We flew from NYC to...