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The Affordable Spring Break Destination & What to Pack

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Feeling more Spring Broke than Spring Break? For local California babes looking to chill out or Coachella-bound explorers, we suggest getting lost amid the jaw-dropping scenery in Joshua Tree. Not only does the city boast an impressive National Park (you can’t beat $20 for a 7-day vehicle permit — go ahead, invite all your friends), but the surrounding off-the-map destinations (see below) are just what the doctor ordered for creative-minded adventurers. And it’s all mere miles away from Los Angeles. Continue reading

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Your Weekend Guide to San Diego

Looking for a Labor Day retreat? From hidden beaches to drool-worthy breakfast spots, there are an abundance of reasons to be excited about traveling to San Diego. Maybe so many that you’re overwhelmed with where to start. Let us help you out with our handy guide to San Diego, including what to do and where to eat, sight-see, and shop.

TO DO

Hit the beach at Sunset Cliffs

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Soak up the sun on the sand, hit the surf, or watch cliff jumpers get their thrills. Continue reading

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Where Do You Belong in Paris Based on Your Style?

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This post comes from our Paris-based friend, Madeline Baillieux!

It may be the City of Lights (and love, culture, you name it), but what would Paris be without her people? The Parisians make the city hum and buzz — dashing for taxis, boldly displaying their own version of the latest trends, strolling down grand boulevards while spewing their opinions on whatever’s new.

Divided into 20 arrondissements, or districts, arranged in the form of a clockwise spiral, each section of the city is incredibly distinctive from the next. Whether you’re traveling to Paris soon or you’ve always been intrigued by the city, find out where you would fit in. Continue reading

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