Global Carnivalist Travels: Haiti

Hi guys! A LOT of people have been inquiring about my Haiti trip and for good reason. It’s rare people travel to Haiti for leisure, either because of the rumors that Haiti is violent or the images we see on international newsrooms. Haiti was amazing for me. The first free black nation and many Haitians […]

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Global Carnivalist Travels: London, England

It was time for my sister’s annual birthday trip and this year, she chose London, England. London is normally a gloomy and rainy city but thankfully on our trip, we had exceptionally warm weather (high 70s/low 80s) almost daily. I feel like London ran me ragged because we packed a lot of activities into each […]

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Global Carnivalist Travels: Nassau, Bahamas

When I am not “carnivaling”, I am traveling, if not for work, to relax. A friend and I were exhausted from all our work travel so we needed some time to reset. We quickly decided a beach destination would get us right. I visited Bahamas in 2012 with my family so I had some expectations but […]

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Global Carnivalist Travels: United Arab Emirates

My girls and I decided we wanted to visit the Maldives Islands in celebration of our birthday this year. The Maldives has long been a dream destination for us so we decided to go. We were told that the Maldives could become boring if we stayed for 7-10 days so we broke up the trip […]

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Global Carnivalist Travels: Colombia

I had the pleasure of visiting Cartagena, Colombia in the first month of 2017. After visiting Panama last year, Colombia was added to my must visit list as I have continued to fall in love with Spanish architecture, the old school luxury and warmth. You don’t need to visit for a long time to enjoy […]

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Global Carnivalist Travels: Greece

I’ve been on an adventure lately as you can see. Three countries in three months — that being said, in May, I visited Greece. Kendra wanted to celebrate her birthday some place new and Greece was chosen! I got an amazing price for my flight from NYC to Greece (directly). The airline of choice was […]

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Spend Money on Experiences, Not Things

Jay Cassano, a Brooklyn-based staff writer for Co.Exist wrote an interesting piece on how we spend our money. Most people spend their money on material items for numerous reasons, to show happy they are, how successful they are, or just in the pursuit of happiness. Cassano mentioned some research conducted at Cornell University by Dr. […]

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