By Juliette

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What You Need To Know Before You Go To Paris, France

What You Need To Know Before You Go To Paris, France

It’s hard to believe that it’s taken me five months to finally sit down and write about our time in Paris. I had such mixed feeling about our visit there that it took this long to fully form my opinions and shape the suggestions I […]

Top Activities In Las Vegas If You Don’t Gamble, Part Two

Top Activities In Las Vegas If You Don’t Gamble, Part Two

If you haven’t checked out part one, head over here! Valley of Fire Still on east coast time, we woke up early on Sunday to rent a car to head outside of the city limits. Because the government opted to shut down at the exact […]

Everything You Need To Know About The Las Vegas Strip, Part One

Everything You Need To Know About The Las Vegas Strip, Part One

The past few weeks in D.C. have been brutally cold. Coming from upstate New York, that’s saying a lot! So when some friends of ours proposed a weekend getaway to the desert, I had to do everything in my power not to board a flight […]

Top Valentine’s Day Travel Destinations

Top Valentine’s Day Travel Destinations

Whether you shun the cheesy holiday or embrace all the pink and red in its glory, there’s something to be said about a holiday that revolves around romantically-shaped chocolate and stuffed teddy bears. Whether you’re celebrating with your S.O. or sharing in some Galentine’s Day […]

The Ultimate Moving Abroad Checklist

The Ultimate Moving Abroad Checklist

I’m so excited to welcome Wendy to Namastay Traveling! Although I’ve moved far away from home a time or two, I’ve never lived in another country (although, sometimes moving to the south from the north feels like it). Luckily, I now have this list to […]

Don’t Find the Good, Be the Good

Don’t Find the Good, Be the Good

I’ve talked quite a bit recently about my plans for goal setting in 2018. Resolutions are so often something people throw around loosely, cheap ideologies that get lost in the mountain of old habits and routines that ultimately expose themselves. Or at least, it appears […]

A Stop in Burgundy, France

A Stop in Burgundy, France

As I sit down to write this in my favorite chair back at home, I’m sipping some delicious tea I brought back with me from France. Although I wish it were the rich merlot I experienced in Burgundy this will suffice for now! We left […]

Resolutions for Yogis

Resolutions for Yogis

It was at some point last month while I was in the midst of wrapping presents, clicking through Amazon Prime and attempting to make a slow cooker chili that I began to feel it. The overwhelming to-do list where the more items I check off, […]

New Year’s Resolutions for Travelers

New Year’s Resolutions for Travelers

For more years than I can count, I’ve brushed off the tradition of New Year’s Resolutions. The thought of generating a to-do list for the upcoming months only added to my already over-eager and over-anxious need for task completion. Rather than enjoying the process of […]

Reflecting on 2017

Reflecting on 2017

For the first time since I can remember, I‘m not completely enthusiastic about the year ending. A new beginning has always felt like a breath of fresh air, a moment of clarity in the fog of reflecting on the past year. It isn’t so much […]

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