Author Archives: Andrew Villagomez
If you’re starting to feel the effects of the mid-February winter blues then you’re not alone. You might be struggling to decide where to spend your upcoming—and well-deserved—spring vacation and there’s one place that can solve this question: Miami. One of the top vacation destinations in the United States, Miami offers not only its world-renowned beaches but also a thriving nightlife, warm tropical weather, and a variety of mouthwatering cuisines. It’s no wonder that millions of tourists flock to the city each year. With this list of the best neighborhoods to stay in during your getaway to the sunshine state, all you’ll have to worry about is packing your swim trunks and shades. Read the rest of this entry
Technology amazes me all the time. I’ve been late to the DVR party (I know …), but since I’ve started using the tool through my Vantage TV by Frontier, I’ve been loving it. With traveling and going into the city often, I make use of my DVR all the time. Recording new episodes of favorite shows (this winter season those include American Housewife, The Mick, and Agents of Shield), reruns, and moves to watch later. Along with DVR, another nifty tool that Frontier offers is TV Anywhere, which, as the name implies, lets you enjoy what’s on TV anywhere you are. More below: Read the rest of this entry
With winter in full force, here are 25 different sweaters, coats, boots, and other styles that’ll keep you warm and stylish all season: Read the rest of this entry
Because, ’tis the season! With just over a week before Christmas, here are some wonderful gifts to pick up for your friends, family, partners, Secret Santas, or anyone else who has the travel bug that you are shopping for this holiday season. And if you’re all done with your shopping list, why not pick up yourself a treat for your next trip?
Just last year, the One World Observatory opened in New York City provided a new view to the city for the public. Along with the observatory at OWTC, the Big Apple is home to a couple other major attractions for high altitude views (the Top of the Rock at Rockefeller Center and the Empire State Building). NYC is undoubtedly the city for urban observation decks, but there are other elevated sightseeing platforms and structure also worth visit. Here are 13 bucket-list worthy observation decks from around world over: Read the rest of this entry
Curated subscription boxes. So many to choose from, but thanks to the world’s largest men’s magazine, Men’s Health, every basic aspect of life is covered with its quarterly box service that just launched this year. As part of the Men’s Health MVP Network, I’ve partnered with the brand to try out the service and share my favorites from this quarter’s box – plus to help you save 20% off your first box. So if you’re thinking of trying a new subscription box program for yourself or to give it as a gift this holiday season, check out below for the details:
This holiday season through New Year’s Eve, you can get two free rides from the airport thanks to Uber and American Express!
While on my way back north from Miami today, I got an email from Uber about its new holiday promotion that grants users with an American Express credit card two free rides from various airports in the U.S. up to $65 each. I tried it out today, and it covered the entire cost of my trip from LGA to Grand Central. In case you didn’t get this email (looks like sent out to those in the NYC area, Chicago, Houston, Boston and DC), find out below how it works:
One of the things I really miss when I’m traveling is my home’s Internet speed. It’s kind of sad, but true and honest since we live in such a connected time. A fast internet connection is important for work and leisure – in particular, streaming content on various devices. Whether it’s a streaming service used to re-watch favorite shows and movies or getting lost in the pages of YouTube, we are always watching something (or planning on it later). An excellent way to stay wired is with Frontier. Read the rest of this entry
Leather is a timeless fabric that can work in any season, and to help discuss the material, I recently worked on a story for AskMen where I chatted with a couple of experts in the industry. Read the rest of this entry