It’s that time of year again where my 3 roommates from college and I go on our annual girl’s trip. Last year we were derailed…
For the past two years my former college roommates and I have planned a girl’s trip. It is a standing appointment we make for the the end of July and I have to say that it’s one of my most anticipated events each year. Throughout the year we make plans and communicate via our “girls trip (bikini emoji)” group text. After arrangements have been made and tickets from our respective cities have been booked, we meet up, catch up, and relax. Now that we have a few girl’s trips under our belts, I wanted to share some secrets to how we keep the girl’s trip tradition alive. It is my hope that you will feel inspired and plan your own annual girl’s trip with your favorite gal pals because it’s just good for the soul! Here are 4 keys to planning the perfect girl’s trip to help you get the ball rolling.
For my 35th birthday my girlfriends and I took a day trip to Magnolia Market in Waco, Texas. Spoiler Alert: There were no Chip and Jo sightings, but I AM giving you the scoop on 6 Things You Need To Know Before You Plan Your Trip to Magnolia Market.
Happy New Year! This year I decided to make a conscience effort to be intentional about making the hopes that a new year brings, a reality. I do believe there are ways that you can meet the hope of a better year with actions to turn that hope into daily reality. Here are 4 ways to start the New Year fresh and keep it fresh all year long.
I have a friend named Paula who goes on girl’s trips like it’s her job! I find myself scrolling through her pics on social media often looking at all the fun they are having. Paula’s girl’s trip crew coordinate outfits when they go out and always kick off their trips with a matching shirt and matching PJ’s. One day I was looking at pictures of their recent trip to Miami and said to myself “why don’t I do that instead of living vicariously through Paula?!” And here we are, summer is just about over and I will have 3 girls trips under my belt! My cousin recently visited to Houston from Atlanta and made the mistake of telling my sister and I to “come visit anytime”. My sister and I got our wheels turning and after 4 enthusiastic yes’s from our girlfriends we booked our flight and were Atlanta bound.