Category Archives: Packing Guides

london in august promises some sunny days

Comprehensive Packing List for London in August

London is absolutely wonderful to visit in the summer. Even though London is associated with rain and cold, when I visited in August, I had several gorgeous sunny days where I spent hours exploring London’s neighborhoods and fabulous parks. A glorious sunny day in London is a travel memory that will make you smile for a […]

yellow taxis are iconic in new york city

Packing Guide: What to Pack for NYC in May

UPDATED: 9 March 2024 Ahhh, New York, New York! My (sadly very expensive) soul city! New York in May is beautiful. After a long and snowy winter, locals are ready to take back their streets and parks, and life feels even more vibrant in the USA’s largest city with the arrival of nice weather. Of […]

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What to Do in Barcelona in Spring

Spring is a wonderful time to travel to Spain. You’ll have more temperate weather than the heat of summer, yet at the same time, major tourist attractions start staying open later in the day. Honestly, there is a lot to love about Spain. I could visit Spain every single spring season and never get tired of […]

what to wear in ireland in april is a warm coat

Packing Guide: What to Wear in Ireland in April

Updated: 29 January 2024 Planning an incredible Spring Break to the Emerald Isle, but you’re still not sure what to wear in Ireland in April? Perhaps you’re worried about overpacking or bringing clothes you won’t use once? Don’t worry! I got your packing needs covered right here.  My spring Ireland packing guide will help you […]

taking photos out the window is one of those special solo travel essentials haha

21 Important Solo Travel Essentials for Your Next Trip

Both packing and traveling alone are skills that require practice. Trust me, nothing is more aggravating than bad luggage or overpacking on a solo trip where you’re 100% responsible for taking care of all your belongings. No one else is looking out for you here. So it’s better to be prepared than not. To tell […]