For 15 years, my husband and I owned a historic 1927 Tudor home. We painted every inch of wall, gutted and renovated the kitchen (by ourselves – hello, learning lessons), then hired pros to tackle bathroom renos. We landscaped, built decks, created gardens and created a home exactly to our liking…then, promptly sold it. To … More 100+ Different Spaces in 16 Countries. Finding Inspiration for My Latest Assignment for Architectural Digest.
New Flight Routes, Emerging Destinations & Everything Else You Need to Know about Europe 2018 Europe is calling travelers in 2018 like never before. New flight routes from the U.S. and Canada hold promise of affordable ticket prices, even in the height of summer. Oft-overlooked destinations like Portugal’s art filled port city of Porto and … More New Flight Routes, Emerging Destinations & Everything Else You Need to Know about Europe 2018
Recently while visiting my grandmother, I found a sweet surprise tucked into the lining of her toiletry bag. A ticket stub (circa mid-80s) from the time she and I went to the top of Empire State Building together. Although I was young, I will never forget the thrill of holding my hair back as wind … More From Famous Luxury to Fabulously Cheap, Here’s Our New York City Hotel Guide
I love articles about dreamy destinations and surprising places around the world, yet exploring how and why we travel is the kind of discussion I most enjoy, both as a writer and reader. … More Together, We Can Spark a New Era of Transformative Travel. Here’s How.
This week we’re celebrating the unparalleled beauty and complexity of #Venice and discussing impacts that we, as travelers, have on the places we visit. A striking art installation for this year’s Venice Biennale beautifully illustrates the power harnessed within the decisions we make. Italian artist Lorenzo Quinn developed “Support” as a statement about dual natures: … More In Venice, Powerful Art Installation Symbolizes The Role We Play