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Let’s face it. Not all of us girls are brave enough to face the world without our lovely eye shadows, blushes, and mascara. I can’t live without my blush or mascara. Follow these tips to...

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Ericka Cooper is a Wyoming native who has lived most of her adult life in Southern California and welcomes the return to the Wild West. She has lived all over the United States and in...

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While there are many benefits to traveling with packing cubes, one of my favorite reasons is that they help you organize. After all, when you’re on the go the last thing you want to do...

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The All Weather Guide to Travel Beauty Products

January 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

It’s not unlikely that every year I will find myself in 4 time zones in a span of 2 weeks. With the jet lag, the subsequent sleep deprivation and the change in temperature between cities,...

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With its rich history and diverse culture, the Philippines is a sought-after destination. Travelers can immerse themselves in Filipino culture, try exotic cuisine, and visit churches and houses that are thousand years old and with...

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When you’re traveling overland on bus or train you’ll find a few necessities will help make the journey more comfortable. Don’t get caught off guard and prepare like a pro – keep these travel essentials...

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Did you know you can visit Machu Picchu by train and bus instead of doing the 4 day walk? Learn what to pack for Machu Picchu when you’re not trekking!   If you are trekking...

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Hiking Gear List for the Everest Base Camp Trek

January 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

Packing for the Everest Base Camp trek can be a challenge – over the 13 day trek I encountered a vast range of climates from sub-tropical to snow and frost! Follow this hiking gear list for...

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The holidays are over and a surge of travel plans have taken place! Readers are excitedly emailing me about their trips for the new year so I thought I’d share a few ideas on how to start...

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It’s been unusually cold in LA this winter and has even hit 35F during the day, which is unheard of. I noticed all my friends on Facebook wrapped up in inches upon inches of bulky sweaters to...

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