My switch to natural skincare and makeup began when I tried Rocky Mountain Soap Co.’s natural skincare line when it first came out. After being a rinse-with-water-only kind of girl because of my super sensitive skin, I was hooked. It definitely took some time getting used to actually caring for my skin; and now that I’ve… Read More Natural Skincare Solutions for Ladies and their Luggage
I know people have been asking me for a long time for photography tips, but the truth is, I was never content with my photography until pretty recently. I’ve had a camera in my hands for ten years: right around the time I started traveling. I was gifted my first camera, a Kodak point and… Read More How I Improved my Photography: Tips & Tricks
Before I bought this camera (and I’ll be explaining why I did in my next post), I scoured the internet for the best travel/street photography camera. I ended up taking a trip to McBain camera shop (just a local place), and talked to the pros there. They suggested one of two camera’s: the Olympus OM-D… Read More My Best Travel Camera: Olympus OM-D EM5 MII
Yes, I published my last blog about six months ago; no, I am not quitting blogging. Read on to find out why I took a break from blogging. There are times in a person’s life when things are too overwhelming, and the last six months were one of those times. Starting full-time University was a… Read More Why I Took a Break
Today is a special occasion, as it is my 100th post! I wanted to take a break and celebrate my just over one year of writing and sharing my adventures. I am so blessed and thankful for my family and friends who support me by reading this blog, and especially those who help take part… Read More 100th Post of A Lady and her Luggage
This is my 50th blog post! (Insert victory dance here.) Today, I have promised you all I would share what’s happening with “A Lady and her Luggage”. So what’s next for this blog? It is a question I keep asking myself, as I’m constantly coming up with new ideas that I’d love to implement here.… Read More What’s Next for “A Lady and her Luggage”?