7 Sweet Tea Recipes for a Sweeter Summer

From Panama Jack — July 1, 2015 at 5:00 am 7 Sweet Tea Recipes for a Sweeter Summer by Elizabeth Kovar+ Are you looking to add a hint of sweetness to your summer? If so, jump-start the summer with a glass of refreshing sweet tea. These sweet tea recipes are easy to make and tastefully sweetens […]

7 Best Beach Towns for Parties

At the Beach, Travel and Leisure — June 12, 2015 at 5:00 am Edit this post 7 Best Beach Towns for Parties by Elizabeth Kovar+ Beach and parties go hand in hand like the sand and sea. Experience epic nightlong parties that rock it just in time for sunrise. Surfer’s Paradise, Australia Surfer’s Paradise is a modern […]

7 Essentials to Survive a Week in Ibiza

Travel and Leisure — July 6, 2015 at 5:00 am Edit this post 7 Essentials to Survive a Week in Ibiza by Elizabeth Kovar+ Ibiza, Spain’s idyllic beach party island, welcomes an eclectic mix of hippies, Euro backpackers, and high-end ballers. Thanks to the flower-power hippies of the 1960’s, and their love for music, Ibiza has […]

America’s 7 Prettiest Beach Campsites

At the Beach — July 20, 2015 at 5:00 am America’s 7 Prettiest Beach Campsites by Elizabeth Kovar+ Why spend hundreds of dollars at a beach resort when you can camp for a fraction of the price just footsteps from the ocean? If you want a primitive beach experience, camp at one of the prettiest beach […]

Europe’s 7 Most Hipster Neighborhoods

Europe’s 7 Most Hipster Neighborhoods Posted by Betsy Crites+ on July 17, 2015 at 5:00 am Do you want to visit the hipster hotspots in Europe? You know you’re in a hipster neighborhood when skinny jeans, man buns and vintage thrift stores overflow the streets. The hipster subculture exists in Europe and is growing in popularity. Enjoy […]

A Week in Greece During the Financial Crisis

A Week in Greece During the Financial Crisis Posted by Betsy Crites+ on July 15, 2015 at 5:00 am  It’s mid-afternoon and I just woke up from a 90-minute nap underneath a cabana. I gazed at the ocean, contemplating the goodness of Grecian life. I opened my social media accounts from my phone and noticed comments on […]

How Germans Celebrate Father’s Day

How Germans Celebrate Father’s Day Posted by Betsy Crites+ on June 24, 2015 at 5:00 am ×  Edit Father’s Day, or Vater’s Tag, in Northern Germany is an outrageous spectacle consisting of “bier,” brats, and manhood. The origins of this day are based on the public holiday Christi Himmelfahrt (Ascension Day), which marks Jesus’s ascension to the heavens. It is the […]

7 Places to Stargaze Worldwide

7 Places to Stargaze Worldwide Posted by Betsy Crites+ on July 6, 2015 at 5:00 am  Have you ever wondered what the stars look like outside of the US? We all have heard of the most profound stargazing spots such as Joshua Tree and Bryce Canyon National Park, but what about those dark skies abroad? From Australia […]