I recently got to publish two stories on my travels in Chile on Travel + Leisure online, and was happy to finally see them live and be shared around. One was on reasons to visit the capital Santiago, and the other on Chilean cuisine throughout the country. After working on the piece and selecting photos for it, it made me want to share other moments I haven’t gotten around to sharing yet. Hopefully going to do more of these again and at least twice a month. Anyways, hopefully these moments in Chile from Santiago to Valle Nevado and the Elqui Valley will inspire you to visit:
Music is an essential part of travel and daily life, but there are just some songs that put you in the mood to go out and get a plane ticket or hit the road. Whether it’s because of the lyrics or the music video, feel the wanderlust from these 15 different songs:
From Tel Aviv to Key West, LGBT celebrations and events are proudly put on all over the world every summer in honor of Pride Month. There’s still time to plan a last minute getaway for events coming up this June. Check out a couple queer-favorite events going on this month to check out: Read the rest of this entry
Making sure to check-in 24 hours exactly before a flight will be a thing of uses of Delta’s iPhone app. I woke this morning to a Delta iOS app update saying they’ve eliminated the check-in process, and that my boarding pass will automatically appear 24 hours before my flight. Details and thoughts below: Read the rest of this entry
After nearly two weeks of celebrating Canada’s LGBT movement and the community in Montreal during its annual Pride festivities, hundreds of thousands gathered for the Fierté Montréal (aka Montréal Pride) parade on Sunday where 270 different groups marched. Among those marching were Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the openly gay Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, which was historic as it was the first time a foreign head of state was participating in a Canadian pride parade.
This year’s celebrations were quite special for it not only being Fierté Montréal’s tenth anniversary, but also Montréal’s 375th and Canada’s 150th. These two milestones for the city and nation also brought on a new concept for the nation, a Canada Pride, and it made sense for Montréal to hose the first edition. Canada Pride will occur every four years across different places in the country.
Enjoy more photos from Fierté Montréal below, plus more about the events:
Fresh from another season of men’s fashion at NYFW: Men’s Spring / Summer 2018, I decided to snap in-between shows to put together a new street style set!
Check out all the styles below, along with some summer styling tips. From the two photos above: a few pops of color can go a long way (main photo), and summer stripes are a must (above – pictured: Anthony Urbano, Nathan McCallum, Marcel Floruss, Christian Bendek, and Moti Ankari).
Parke & Ronen returned to NYFW: Men’s this season to present their Spring/Summer 2018 collection for the brand’s 20th anniversary. Find out about the designs below, plus all the backstage moments with models such as Torin Verdone, Matt McGue, Dougie Joseph, Ryan Tift, Vito Basso, Broderick Hunter, and others.
This post is sponsored by USA Network but all opinions are my own.
Watching some reruns of Modern Family on my DVR I spotted a commercial for the upcoming second season of Queen of the South – and I’m glad I didn’t skip through it! Allured by the grim and opulent scenes, my first sip of this female-empowerment narco drama was taken. I knew I would need to look up the show and watch an episode or two at least. Then the opportunity to do this sponsored post with USA Network came up days later and I took it as a sign that I was meant to watch the show. Cut to me bingeing the whole first season on Netflix in a weekend! Keep reading below to see why you should be watching this show – and also find out how I #slay like the main characters: Read the rest of this entry
After cruising around theLos Angles, Long Beach and Santa Barbara areas of Southern California for nearly two weeks, I’m ready to move out there! The nearly endless sunshine, coastal driving, beautiful outdoor settings, and delicious dining venues and bars will do that to you.
I traveled with my friend and fellow blogger, Ian Michael Crumm, and we made so many new friends along the way (and notes of where to check out that we didn’t get to do while there), we are sure to return soon.
Check out the moments below and mini guides on each destination we visited:
Hat hair is the worst! However, there are a few ways to prep your hair before putting a hat on and also a few things you can do to deal with the issue. Check out some tips below, plus an Old Spice giveaway that will give you the tools you need (plus a new hat). Read the rest of this entry
For Travel & Leisure, I researched and put together a collection of 12 of best LGBT-friendly hotel brands based in North America: Read the rest of this entry
As the weather continues to warm up this spring season, you might’ve already start opting for shorts and slip-ons over boots and down jackets. However, with random weather shifts and rain, you’ll still need a light jacket and jeans as the season continues. Below, find some of my favorite spring styles like the bomber jacket, but also selects for the warmer weather and the upcoming summer. I’ll be updating this post both season, so be sure to come back each month for new additions!
See the selects below: