I’ve just started planning a trip for myself and my husband and thought it might be helpful to document the process as I go along. With a little help from Donald Rumsfeld.Read More
I know, I know…that’s awfully blunt. But you know what they say about opinions…Read More
I get it - there’s a lot about the travel industry that isn’t opaque for consumers…so let’s break down one of the mysteries: don’t I get paid commission? If I do, why do I also charge a service fee?Read More
“How can you plan me a trip to a plan you haven’t been?” I GET IT. I had the same question myself before joining the travel industry. Read on for what’s probably a longer explanation than you were hoping for…Read More
People will stare. Make it worth their while.
Also know as, How To Pose.Read More
In the second installment of a three-part blog series on travel photoshoots, we get into the nitty-gritty: what to wear and make-up tips.Read More
The first in a three-part blog series on how to enjoy both a photoshoot and its results.Read More
"So...[awkward pause]...who uses a travel agent these days, anyhow?"
Answer: lots of people. Even people who love planning travel and are great at it can sometimes benefit from using a travel consultant.
How? I'M SO GLAD YOU ASKED.Read More
In another life, I worked at a large international law firm, and one of my responsibilities was interviewing entry-level paralegal candidates. These candidates came to us straight out of undergrad with a variety of academic backgrounds; some had internship or school leadership activities; but almost all had studied abroad at some point and done considerable traveling during that period.
My favorite question to ask was, “What was the most important thing you learned while traveling abroad?”Read More
Anthology-style travel is experiencing a place through the lens of your priorities and passions. It's permission to explore the things you love, and put aside the places or activities that just don't do it for you.Read More