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Shelby KY Tourism Social Mixer Photo Diary

Shelby KY Tourism Social Mixer Photo Diary

When you never leave your hometown, it’s common to develop a jaded attitude towards it. Having an interest in fashion and growing up in Kentucky, I’ve become a victim of this phenomenon. But, one benefit of blogging is that it’s forced me to make the most of the situation. I’ve mentioned in earlier poststhat I didn’t Continue reading Shelby KY Tourism Social Mixer Photo Diary

Why the Kentucky State Parks Culinary Trail Should be Your Next Adventure

Why the Kentucky State Parks Culinary Trail Should be Your Next Adventure

When you think of traditional Kentucky food, I’m sure fried chicken is the first thing that comes to mind. But Kentucky’s culinary heritage is a lot more rich than one would expect. If you needed a little proof, Kentucky will actually host the upcoming season of “Top Chef”. Kentucky Tourism also just launched a culinary initiative called Better in Continue reading Why the Kentucky State Parks Culinary Trail Should be Your Next Adventure

All-Access: Gucci Leather Factory

One of the best things about attending classes in Florence is that I’ve had the opportunity to go on amazing excursions. This past week, my professors and their students were invited on a rare tour of the Gucci Leather Factory. More pictures from inside after the jump. Here our guide explains about the different types Continue reading All-Access: Gucci Leather Factory

First Annual Vogue Fashion’s Night Out: Florence

First Annual Vogue Fashion’s Night Out: Florence

Last night was Florence’s first ever Vogue Fashion’s Night Out. I was explaining to my roommates how they should go, because it was going to be historical. Plus every girl in town was going to be out looking her best. I set out a little early to meet some of my gorgeous friends so they Continue reading First Annual Vogue Fashion’s Night Out: Florence

3-Day Hidden Treasure of Maremma and Mini Cruise on the Tuscan Archipelago

3-Day Hidden Treasure of Maremma and Mini Cruise on the Tuscan Archipelago

This weekend, I traveled the Italian countryside outside of Florence. I’ve never swam in a body of water bigger than a pool. So It was extremely exciting having a chance to swim in the Mediterranean Sea and the Island of Giglio. Finding swimming trunks was so difficult. I went all around Florence trying to find Continue reading 3-Day Hidden Treasure of Maremma and Mini Cruise on the Tuscan Archipelago