Tokyo Art

If you have the chance to visit Tokyo and are a fan of art 2 must see’s are TeamLab Borderless and the Yayo Kusama Museum.

Here are the photos and excuse me for looking so lost in every single photo. I was genuinely awestruck.

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Japan p1

My first time in Asia.

First stop? Tokyo.

  • A few things
    • Japan is so clean
      No one jay walks
      Its general quiet outside
      The subway is extensive as hell
      People are sooooo nice. If they see you looking lost they will try and help you
  • Now for the photos
  • Parque Tayrona

    Word to the wise. If you’re in Colombia and have an extra 2 days it’s worth going to Tayrona National Park in Santa Marta. Go with a tour company and get ready for some of the most beautiful beaches you’ve ever seen and a bumpy ass 2 hour ride.

    Word to the thirsty: charge your phones , the thirst traps are A1

    Review: Saving money

    So I’m trying to be a grown up, and put away a little money for savings, for some traveling, buying a house a new bag, a Cartier ring, normal things — but it’s hard.

    Living in a city is full of temptation, I want to go to brunch, I want to buy expensive sushi for lunch, take ubers everywhere and just generally be a bougie lady but alas, I need to be a savings Susie.

    It’s hard when Beyonce is coming out with concert tickets, and headlining Coachella, Revolve has a new sale every day,  and there’s a new noodle restaurant opening down the street from me but sacrifices must be made. Since the invention of credit cards (way before I was born) I’ve struggled to not justify buying something I normally can’t afford and just make little itty bitty baby payments on it every month, which is why I’ve now found myself with an amazing 4 credit cards with a combined limit of well over $100,000 (thank you American Express). Swiping that amazing piece of plastic and watching those rewards (or free money as I like to look at it) build up is a feeling that cannot be beat.

    Plus, my dad always said, good credit is super important so why wouldn’t I want to keep building it up?

    On a serious note, saving money and being frugal sucks, but I’m sure one day when I’ve finally purchased my home in the south of Spain and I’m wearing 5 Cartier bracelets it’ll all be worth it.

    Hawaiian Adventures

    I decided to go to Hawaii with my best friend for my birthday (yes Sagittarius season) best decision ever. I hate the cold weather and New York in the winter seems to have even more tourists then it does during the summer (how?). When I left it was snowing and despite the 11 hour trip (it’s brutal people – and anyone who reads this blog knows I travel) it was worth it. Here’s a few of my fav shots.