Toucan Dress in Seoul

More scenes from the Ihwa Mural Village! Truly, there were almost too many awesome places to find. It was growing a little too warm for pants as the sun got higher, so I changed into this adorable toucan bow dress! I originally bought it for Thailand, but it worked so much better for Seoul! Part … Continue reading Toucan Dress in Seoul

Bangkok Temples and Palaces

As I have already written about, Bangkok was like no where else I had ever been. That was equally true of the temples and palaces that can only be described as wonders. Now, I've seen my share of temples and palaces. China's Forbidden City, Korea's Gyeonbokgung Palace and stunning Buddhist temples,┬áCatedrals and Cathedrals in Barcelona, … Continue reading Bangkok Temples and Palaces

Tours with Tong in Bangkok

I have mentioned before that I teach a tradeshow certification course, called the CEM. This has afforded me the opportunity to teach all over the world, and this time, it took me to Thailand! Having never been before, Nate tagged along. We had some time between events, and decided to book a big day of … Continue reading Tours with Tong in Bangkok

The DC Cherry Blossoms at the Tidal Basin

It's the most wonderful time of the year in DC! The DC Cherry Blossoms are world famous and so beautiful it's unbelievable. They also draw such a crowd and inspire so many festivities that getting around town can be near impossible.┬áThis shoot was our second attempt at reaching the Tidal Basin. Many years, I'm on … Continue reading The DC Cherry Blossoms at the Tidal Basin

Hotel and Dining Guide to Palm Springs

Part of what I love most about Palm Springs is that it is like no where else in the world. It feels like you are stepping back in time, where Old Hollywood glamour exists, and where you can find both casual desert vibes and upscale luxury coexisting. I was fortunate enough to visit in the … Continue reading Hotel and Dining Guide to Palm Springs

Some Tips for the Travel Life

We all have our own travel routines and strategies. I often get asked how I manage when my travel schedule gets really heavy and it feels like I'm living hotel to hotel.     It's very important to invest in great luggage. Five years ago, I got a fantastic, matching set of purple Samsonites, and … Continue reading Some Tips for the Travel Life

The Biggest Little City in the World

A few weeks ago, I was given the opportunity to visit Reno for the first time. I am currently still serving on the board of directors for the Association for Women in Events, and the Peppermill in Reno graciously offered to host our board meeting. I've known their team for many years, but have never … Continue reading The Biggest Little City in the World