Home Decor: Modern Tulum Kitchen

I love the aesthetic of Tulum! The general vibe is sitting outdoors in the jungle among lush tropical greenery surrounded by twinkly string light and basket weave pendants. The furniture is usually made up of solid organic wood, perfectly imperfect with it asymmetry and small flaws that make it one of a kind. In this post, I’ll talk through the decisions in design and list the shoppable selections below.

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2 Days Exploring Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre translates to “five lands.” There are five small centuries old fishing villages along the Italian coastline, where colorful buildings are stacked high along rugged steep cliffs. We spent 2 days hiking and tasting our way through the small coastal towns. In this blog post, I’ll give you some guidance and a rough itinerary for what do in Cinque Terre if you have 2-3 days.

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2 Days in Page Arizona

Page Arizona is a hub for some pretty incredible landscapes. Only a short drive from here, you can tour the swirling wave-like formations of Antelope Canyon, see the twisting river at Horseshoe Bend viewpoint, or head out boating or jet-skiing on the gorgeous turquoise water of Lake Powell. In this blog post I’ve listed some of the best things to see and do while you’re in Page, especially if you only have a weekend to explore.

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Hike Devil's Garden Loop Trail

Devil’s Garden Loop Trail is the most challenging hike in Arches, but the reward is high! You’ll get to view 7 unique arches along this trail. This is my 2nd favorite hike in the park next to Delicate Arch. The views all along this trail are spectacular, and the adventures you’ll encounter along the way are A+.

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Hike to Delicate Arch, the Largest Freestanding Arch in Arches National Park

Delicate Arch is the largest freestanding Arch in the park and also made “famous” by Utah license plates. This is a popular hike because the Arch itself is so stunning, standing at 52 feet high and miniaturizing anyone who stands near it. This is a must-see if you’re visiting Arches, but it’s a moderately challenging 3 mile hike. If there is one hike you do in Arches, this should be the one!

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Explore the Wave-like Sandstone Formations of Upper Antelope Canyon

Antelope canyon is a majestic slot canyon where wave-like formations flow in vibrant colors of oranges and purples, and sand particles suspend in the light beams that penetrate the narrow passageway. This canyon is located near Page Arizona on land owned by Najavo Nation. It has been formed over time by centuries of wind and water flowing through the crevice, and is only accessible by booking a tour.

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Hike the Labyrinth of the Fiery Furnace Trail

The Fiery Furnace in Arches National Park is a burnt orange labyrinth of sandstone canyons that is (very) easy to get lost in. This trail will take you to slot canyons, small coves cut from sandstone, and surprise arches… but you’ll need to explore off trail every now and again to find these hidden gems. There is technically a trail, but the arrows are small brown signs that blend into the canyon, so you have to keep your eyes peeled if you want to eventually escape the maze. In this post, I’ll give you the info you need to hike the Fiery Furnace Trail.

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A Beginner's Guide to Burning Man

Burning Man is amazing, but there’s a lot to learn to be prepared for the experience of a lifetime. In this post I’ll give you a rundown of the everything you need to know and bring for your first year at Burning Man.

First make sure you are going for the right reasons. Are you ready to be a contributor to an open arms culture, with no judgement, and an attitude of giving? I hope so!

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8 Amazing Hikes in Arches National Park You Won't Want to Miss

Arches National Park is a hiking and mountain biking wonderland in southeast Utah that houses the largest concentration of stone arches in the world. In this post, I’ll give you a list for some great hikes you can do while visiting. This way you can fully immerse yourself in nature, and experience the namesake “arches” that made this stretch of land so special.

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10 Unique New York Restaurants to Try

New York’s restaurant & bar scene is an eclectic blend of all the beautiful cultures and an explosion of the creativity that drives this bustling metropolis. Dimly lit Art Deco jazz clubs play ragtime and blues, while high upon a rooftop a DJ spins hip hop blended with electronic beats in a colorful psychedelic room

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