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My Staycation at the Westin Fort Lauderdale

I love reading about the exciting travel adventures of brave bloggers who travel solo. Although, I travel solo for work conferences and meetings. I’m just not ready to have a solo travel experience where I have to explore a new or foreign place on my own. So, instead of a solo adventure, I tested the water with a “solo-ish” staycation. We will talk about the “solo-ish” part in a future blog post. I chose the Westin Fort Lauderdale for my staycation. And it did not disappoint! (more…)

10 Swimsuits Under $30

10 Swimsuits Under $30Happy Monday, everyone! Summer solstice (first day of summer) is only a couple of weeks away. So, I wanted to share a few flattering swimsuit I found on Amazon for less than $30. The cool thing about shopping on Amazon is that they have a customer image section. If you scroll down on the product’s webpage (near the reviews) you will find the customer images section. So not only do you get to read the customer reviews; you can also see the swimsuit on “real” women. This feature makes shopping online for a swimsuit a little less scary.


12 Things To Do in South Florida This Month

12 Things To Do In South Florida It’s Spring Break season here in South Florida! The beaches and bars are overflowing with college students. All native South Floridians know to stay as far way from A1A and the beach during this time of year. If you can’t go to the beach in South Florida, what else is there to do? Plenty!!!

Today, I’m here to share with you a list of interesting none ocean related things to do in South Florida. With the help of Groupon, I have crafted a list of recommendations for visitors and those who live locally.


Photo Diary: Yellow Green Farmers Market

Yellow Green Farmers MarketThe Yellow and Green Farmers Market is kind of a hidden gem because its set up in the heart of a residential neighborhood and not visible from the highway or any main roads.
Yellow Green Farmers Market is located at 1940 North 30th Road Hollywood, FL 33021[GMap]. This  market is only open on the weekends from 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. It’s open rain or shine because all the 300 plus vendors are in a covered barn shaped building. The market offers free parking, shopping carts, and Wi-Fi. It’s also pet friendly.