THE TRAVELER'S JOURNEY
200 reviews are posted on Tripadvisor every minute. Every day, hoteliers all over the world live and die by these ratings and reviews. Every month, 350 million travelers read reviews, and 80% of them report feeling more confident afterwards. Glossy features and extravagant PR budgets are a thing of the past; social media has altered the traveler's journey dramatically. Influencers are changing the game for better or worse. Today's travelers are hungry for off the beaten path experiences, worthy of sharing. There are two sides to every travel story - the traveler's experience, and the hotelier's perspective. By following along with me, you'll get the best of both.
Putting the whine in wine country.
Three places you can’t miss in Israel and a few more for good measure.
Four scary travel stories I’ll laugh about someday.
Paella, tapas, markets, beaches, and boat rides.
What’s left when you’re socially bankrupt?
The secret life of a so-called influencer.
A handful of musts on Italy’s forgotten isle.
Sardinia, you were one of a kind...
The best time to visit Zion may surprise you.
Sometimes, you travel halfway around the world just to find home.
The truth about travel with baby.
I wouldn’t call it a survival guide unless you would.
The five best non-toxic baby items for home.
I never knew how bad I wanted a baby until I couldn’t have one.
It can be a scary world out here, but I'll protect you little one.
We are welcoming our tiny traveler any day now...
Pregnancy and travel - they don't have to be mutually exclusive anymore.
The price you pay for wanderlust.
Crowds, credit cards, and upgraded cabins: what to expect from travelers in 2018.
Airbnb behaving more like hotels? Here's why.
Behavioral targeting and other dirty words.
For venture capitalists, it's the one that got away. For hoteliers, it's the one to watch.
Americans are now carrying more baggage than ever c/o Donald Trump.
Modern luxury camping (and so much more) on the Oregon Coast.
From hot and steamy to smart and savvy, maybe it’s time to think outside of the restaurant.
A tiny house on a farm, what could go wrong?
If only every road trip included a luxury spa resort and mineral pool.