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There are tons of things to do in New York City in the winter. In this guide I’ll cover some of my favorite restaurants, bars, and experiences to do in New York in January, February, and March.
New York is known to be an expensive city. However, it is not impossible to experience much of what it has to offer for free or dirt cheap. Watch my video below for some of the top things to do in the Big Apple that are completely free or budget friendly.
There are so many things to do in New York City that sometimes all of the options can be overwhelming. To make planning your trip easier I’ve put together a checklist on my favorite 50 things to do here.
Autumn is the best time of the year in New York for weather. With the crisp, dry air it is the ideal time to explore the outdoors, yet also get cozy indoors. In this guide, I’ll go over my favorite things to do in fall in the city.
There is still time to enjoy summer in New York before the cold weather kicks in. One of the most enjoyable ways to take in the sunshine and picturesque views of the city is through a gourmet picnic in Central Park. This is your ticket to a billion dollar view at a low price tag.
When most people think of New York City, I bet exploring the great outdoors doesn’t come to mind. Well that’s because New York City isn’t “outdoorsy”, right? Wrong - that couldn't be further from the truth.
When was the last time you played with play dough? If you’re like me, it’s been a few decades. Playfully combining sculpting and wine, New York Adventure Club Play-Dough and Wine Night offered a fun and interactive experience where I learned how to sculpt using play-dough. No previous experience required.
During this 2-hour workshop with Craft Jam, learn about the benefits of essential oils and how to create your own body scrub.
The Orchid show features an astonishing array of blooming orchids that culminates in a jaw-dropping scene of a large arched façade in the style of a traditional Thai pavilion.
This week there are tons of exciting things happening. Here are my top picks from March 18-24. This week I’m featuring the trending restaurants, parties, museum exhibitions, events, and entertainment.
This week there are tons of exciting things happening. Here are my top picks from March 11-17. This week I’m featuring the trending restaurants, parties, museum exhibitions, events, and entertainment.
As we get closer to the warmer weather, NYC starts to awaken. This week there are tons of exciting things happening. Here are my top picks from March 4 - 10. This week I’m featuring the trending restaurants, parties, museum exhibitions, events, and entertainment.
There is a lot going on in NYC this week! In this article, I’m highlighting the new shows that are opening, upcoming festivals, interesting museum exhibits, parties, and much more.
The best things to do in New York City from February 18 - 24. In this article, I’ll go over entertainment, museums, events, festivals, trending restaurants, and more.
It is Valentine’s Day week! In this article I’m going to share my top suggestions on things to do in New York City from February 11 through the 18, including my top picks for Valentine’s Day. We will discuss parties, romantic date ideas, museum exhibits, restaurants, and more.
The best things to do in New York City from February 4 - 10. This week, we are discussing events, comedy, new museum exhibits, and trending restaurants. Including, the Frida Kahlo exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, Danny Meyer’s Manhatta and his upcoming talk, Holy Ground, BATSU, and more.
Things to do in NYC from January 28 - February, including events, parties, theatre, comedy, restaurants, art, and museums. Plus this week we have another special ticket giveaway!
Things to do in NYC from January 21 to 27, including events, parties, theatre, comedy, restaurants, and museums. Plus this week we have a special ticket giveaway!
The best, most unique, and coolest things happening in New York city from January 14 to 20. This list gives you ideas on fabulous things to in NYC this coming week including events, theatre, comedy, museums, and new restaurant openings.
It’s no secret that New York is an expensive city. However, whether you are visiting or living here there are simple ways that you can cut down on your expenses and save money. I’ve complied a list of my top tips for saving money in NYC into this one blog post.
Traveling to New York soon and unsure what to pack? Don’t worry! This is your one stop guide to what to wear in New York City each month and season. Watch my video below to see the clothing recommendations for men and women and a packing list customized for the time of year.
NYC is incredibly instagrammabe. To make it easier for you to get the perfect shot during your trip Tina from @ofleatherandlace and I have put together a video guide on how to capture the ideal Instagram shot. Watch the video below and use the interactive map to help you on your photo journey of the big apple.
As a visitor of NYC, it can be confusing navigating our public transportation system (don't even get me started with the subway)! In this article, I'm going to explain how to get from JFK airport, Newark airport, and LaGuardia airport to Manhattan.
New York is one of the most exciting cities in the world to explore as a visitor. There are tons of unique things to do, see, and experience. However, there are also tons of tourist traps. Today I'm going to go over the most common tourist traps so that you don't get tricked when you're visiting!
Hidden gems and secret spots are what makes New York City a fun place to explore. In this article, I'll go over secret restaurants, bars, passageways, and other fun finds in NYC.
As a world traveler and native New Yorker, I understand what it’s like visiting a new big city and not knowing your way around. Let’s dive into what you should know before coming to NYC if you’re not from the United States. We’ll cover everything from easy (cheap) transportation to getting a local SIM card.
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As a frequent traveler and digital nomad, I’ve lived in 27 countries, visited 123 cities, and traveled 210,993 miles in the last two years! Because of all of this exploring, I’ve learned a lot about what you need when traveling the world. This list includes six absolute travel essentials to keep you traveling better, cheaper, and longer.
Traveling with your kids can be an incredibly rewarding— and sometimes overwhelming— adventure. The typical travel stressors— like delayed flights, flat tires or overbooked hotels— can become 10 times worse when you have to manage your children during these challenges. However, a small crisis doesn’t have to be a vacation-ruining catastrophe. Getting ready to travel with your brood? Check out these stress-reducing ideas that could be the difference between exciting and exhausting.
We all need to recharge and take a break from our hectic lives every once in a while. A weekend getaway can be the perfect way to achieve this and reduce stress. Best of all, with the right planning, you can take a trip that will not set you back financially.
If you are traveling outside of the US, travel medical/evacuation insurance should be one of the first things you add to your list before you embark on your journey. In this article I will go over what you should consider when selecting a plan.
In 2017, I traveled the world and lived in a different country each month. What better way to reflect on the life-changing journey than by creating my own travel inspired haven about it in my house? In this article, I’ll cover how to transform a standard room into a globally influenced haven.
Your travel buddies can either make or break your precious holiday vacation. And choosing them isn’t as easy as “hey, wanna go overseas with me?” In this article, we’ll have a look at some of the considerations before picking your travel companion.
Let’s be honest. Traveling does not create the ideal conditions for looking flawless. Often you’re running on little sleep, sleeping in airplane seats, and eating poor quality food. However, there are a few tips I can share to ensure you will look perfect everywhere
Unlike what you may have heard, it is possible to travel the world cheaply. Over the last 12 months, I flew all over the globe and lived in a different country each month. My average flight price was $200, thanks to using the best app for cheap flights; Skyscanner.
In a year of traveling the world, you see a lot. Some good, some bad, some down right strange. These are my most stand out moments in a year of exploring the globe; the best and worst country; the best, worst, most shocking, and scariest experience; the country with the friendliest people, best food, best pizza, and much more.
If you have a long flight coming up and are looking for tips on how to survive it then you have come to the right place. I have taken several long-haul flights recently and have come up with a strategy on how reduce (or even eliminate) jet lag.
Costa Rica stands apart from its Central American neighbors because of its sustainable tourism, and biodiversity. I spent a month exploring the provinces of San Jose, Cartago, Alajuela, Guanacaste, and Manuel Antonio National Park.
San Jose is Costa Rica’s capital. It’s often a spot that is overlooked by travelers but there are tons of cool things to do here.
Costa Rica directly translates to “rich coast” because it was once thought that the land was rich in gold. Though it may not have tons of gold, it is rich in biodiversity. Even though the country holds less than 1% of the earth’s land mass it holds 5% of the biodiversity. Making this the ideal place to go on a jungle adventure.
Once the capital of Guatemala, Antigua’s colorful streetscapes are nestled between three volcanoes. It is no surprise that this charming Central American city is listed as a World Heritage Site. Along its cobblestone streets, you’ll find farm-to-table restaurants, traditional markets, craft cocktail speakeasies, boutique hotels, and much more.
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