Category Archives: Packing Guides

A Super Helpful Packing List for California in June

i love this dog in san francisco bay

California is one of my favorite states to explore in the United States. For example, I’ve traveled alone to San Francisco twice, and both times I loved immersing myself into this iconic city’s unique culture, neighborhoods, and culinary scene.  Furthermore, last year, I had the pleasure of spending quite a bit of time in Northern California […]

Packing Guide: What to Pack for Marco Island Florida

what to pack for marco island florida includes a lovely bathing suit

Marco Island Florida is absolute paradise on earth. White sand, fresh seafood, crystal waters, friendly people. The list goes on forever. Seriously, I consider Marco Island one of my “happy places.” Anytime I need a brief escape from New Jersey, especially in the middle of the dreary grey winter, Marco Island is always at the top […]

Packing Guide: What to Pack for NYC in May

yellow taxis are iconic in new york city

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 course, regular readers of […]

Packing Guide: What to Pack for Switzerland in August

feeling happy at schilthorn solo travel in switzerland

If you’re visiting Switzerland in August, you want to make sure you have all your packing essentials ready to go ahead of time. Obviously, you can buy anything you need in Switzerland, especially hiking gear. They have some truly amazing boutique shops that cater to outdoor adventures. So, if you truly forget something, it’s not […]

Seattle Summer Packing List: A Complete Guide

seattle's skyline is a stunner

As a tremendous fan of grunge music, I’ve always been intrigued by beautiful Washington State. Not to sound like a stereotype, but Nirvana helped me survive both high school and college’s emotional rollercoasters. The lyrics and guitar spoke to me. Unsurprisingly, when I had a chance to visit the MoPop (Museum of Pop Culture), I was […]