Long flights are synonymous with fatigue, discomfort, and boredom. The last thing you want to do is not pack your essentials. Sometimes you can over think it and at times you are too rushed to think at all. Well, today, we’ll do the thinking for you, but that doesn’t leave you off the hook. You have to plan ahead. You have to visualize your trip from start to finish and know what you will absolutely need. Jot down notes and back up your notes by taking a photo it, just in case you lose the hard copy – OR simply use a phone app and email your notes to yourself, just in case you lose your phone.
A person who dons many hats, Shereen Collington is a budding filmmaker who dreams of becoming an academy award winning director one day. With a penchant for black and white films, Shereen’s tryst with film-making began at Collins College in Phoenix, Arizona in 2009.
The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Resort in Arizona is famous for many things, from its world-renowned TPC golf course to the Southwestern-chic AAA Five Diamond accommodations that it offers. While many venture to this revered resort to stay and play, others come just for the fine fare as there are multiple excellent eateries on-site. My personal favorite is La Hacienda Restaurant by Richard Sandoval where modern interpretations of classic Mexican cuisine reigns supreme.
There’s nothing like July music festivals, perfectly tucked in the middle of summer to take you and your summer to the next level of fun. Come July and live music fans around the world have a reason to dance, as some of the best concerts are here. Get your vocal chords ready to sing along with the finest bands.
Picture being a 20-year-old college student who is eager to taste life. Will it be bitter? Will it be sweet? Who knows? The only thing on your mind is that you can’t wait to do it on your own; without parents, rules, or headaches. Seems like a piece of cake, right? While you’ve gotten your feet wet with attending college, you feel the need to test the waters and study abroad. Now this is the definition of living! That’s exactly what Andrea Bouchuad thought.