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The Astonishing Sights of Cap-aux-Meules I’m in Love With

Easily one of my favorite stops on the Seabourn New England and Canada cruise. This island in the archipelago in the Gulf of St. Lawrence has astonishing views, breathtaking landscapes and a moody, almost eerie beauty. There were a few different excursions available on this port stop but Haley of Ready Set Jet Set and I opted for the landscape photo tour. Wow, was this the right decision. Even if you are not a photographer, I cannot recommend this enough. It’s the perfect way to take in the exquisite sights of the islands. Imagine light turquoise skies and water juxtaposing with the rich reds of the cliffs. While these photos bring me back, they really do not do Cap-aux-Meules justice.

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Things to do in Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park

Bar Harbor, Maine definitely took my breath away. The day we got to explore the area, including Acadia National Park, it was cloudy and moody. While I would have loved full sun, the moody skies were dramatic and quite lovely. Since Bar Harbor was our second port stop on the Seabourn cruise, we only had a couple of hours to explore. However, we loved every moment. I’m so excited to share my list of things to do in Bar Harbor and Acadia National park, especially the spots you have to visit to get those swoon-worthy shots. In mid-September, the weather was in the mid 50’s to low 70’s. However, with the wind, and especially if you go to Acadia National Park, packing warm layers is essential. 

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My Travel Must-Haves & Best Clothes For Work Trips

Hi Y’all! Traveling can be stressful, especially if it’s for work. So excited to share my travel must-haves whether you’re a working woman going on a business trip or heading to recharge on vacation. I’m going to share my favorite luggage, packing cubes, a little packing advice along with clothing that doesn’t wrinkle! Trust me, when I’m traveling I hate having to bring a steamer. If you’re already late to a work conference, the last thing you want to add to your list is ironing or steaming a shirt. I hope this post helps you for your next trip, whether it’s for work, vacation or something in between!

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Five Things to Do in Provincetown, Massachusetts

Hello from New England! I’m beyond thrilled to be embarking on a fall foliage cruise with Seabourn for 11 days. The cruise goes up New England and into Canada. I’m hoping to see some gorgeous leaves and experience some crisp weather. This is my first cruise experience and I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to be on this trip with Haley of Ready Set Jet Set. All of the photos you’ll see on this trip will be taken by her and I know they’ll be beautiful and so scenic! I’ll have more about the actual cruise ship and experience onboard in a future post but wanted to share about our first port stop.  In this post, I’m excited to share five things to do in Provincetown, Massachusetts. It’s a quaint town and even though we were only there for a few hours, it was a fun experience and I can see why so many people love to summer there!

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Colorado Travel Guide: Things to Do in Colorado Springs and Denver

Prepare to fall in love with Colorado. From the Rockies’ to the ski resorts nearby to breathtaking landscapes, Colorado has something for everyone. Johnny and I quickly fell in love the moment we saw the mountains and I know you will, too. Here is our Colorado travel guide with things to do in Colorado Springs and Denver whether you love the great outdoors, great food or anything in between. We spent 48 hours in Colorado, flying in early Monday morning and flying out the same time Wednesday. If you’re heading to the area for the weekend, this is the perfect guide for you.

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