6 Travel makeup essentials and tips on how to pack and use them

Drew and I do a lot of quick trips so I have had to find the best of the best when it comes to makeup.  I think our quickest was a 36 hour trip to Iceland, but quick trips are a way of life for us as Drew still works a full time job.  Packing for quick trips can be

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Saga Museum – Worth it?

Located down the waterfront road from the Oddsson, where we were staying, is the Saga Museum.  This small building contains the history of Iceland, which of course means Drew and I had to head in to take a look (and get warm).  We really do have a love affair with museums.  I hear travelers say meeting with the locals is

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What to pack for a Spring time trip to Charleston, South Carolina

You have seen the pictures of the cobblestone streets and brightly colored houses and you are counting down the days till you can see them in person.  This was me.   I love that Charleston is full of history and beauty and of course throw in the beaches and this is a perfect spring destination. After checking the weather, it

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February Favorites

This is going to be a fun look at my month and sharing with you things I just can’t share with you guys anywhere else on my blog. The Highlight Reel Welcome to a quick run down of my month! For our travels, we headed off to Iceland at the beginning of February and then to Charleston, South Carolina just

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6 Tips for staying healthy while cruising

For starters, let me just say cruise ships are for having fun and enjoying yourself.  So it’s really important you definitely do that.  If that means you want a cream cheese stuffed French toast smothered in syrup for breakfast, then go for it!  You are on a cruise ship and should definitely be living it up.  It’s really important to keep

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10 Amazing things you should see and do in Iceland

Landing at Reykjavik, was like something out of a movie.  The plane easily gliding to a stop on what seemed to be one huge sheet of ice, and looking at the window and seeing nothing but snow and…well nothingness.  The white nothingness took my breath away, it was like nothing I had seen before.  We spent the next few days

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