Cabo San Lucas, Mexico | Travel Guide

I’m feeling pretty ecstatic that I’ve marked off yet another city on my list of places to visit, Cabo San Lucas. I’ve heard countless stories about Cabo since I was in high school and now from my experience, it’s definitely somewhere I’d go to relax and party. After spending five days there, I would say … Continue Reading

Taking on Colorado By Chance

It’s the beginning of March and I’ve spent over 24 hours amongst the ski villages in Colorado; which has been a dream of mine since I was a child. By living in Houston, the weather is precisely unpredictable but for the most part it’s always hot and humid year-round. I can count on one hand the amount of times … Continue Reading

15 Black-Owned Restaurants in Houston TX

It’s Black History month and I wanted to dedicate a blog post to an important cause, the “Buy Black” campaign. For those who are not familiar with it, the “Buy Black” movement has been around for decades geared towards supporting black-owned businesses in order to strengthen the economic wealth of black communities as a whole. I’m … Continue Reading

How I Survived 4 Days in Austin With Only $100

For my first travel excursion of the year I conducted a little experiment. I wanted to see if I could pull off a four-day road trip with only $100 to spend. I noticed when I talk to certain people about traveling, lack of money is the main reason many don’t take the initiative. Well I want to shed some light … Continue Reading

January Favorites 2017 | Taylor Takes a Trip…

January 2017 has come to an end and I must say it’s been a pretty good start to the new year. My mission was to be enhance my productivity in addition to making my life more simple, especially while traveling. I feel that I’m progressing each day and a few new products has helped along the way. … Continue Reading

Top Travel Moments of 2016 | Taylor Takes a Trip…

The year of 2016 is coming to an end, which means the start of forming new resolutions. But before I begin all of that, I feel it’s important to recap all that has occurred throughout the year. I’ve went through some awesome experiences in 2016, as well as a ton of sad ones. Although it sucks going through low … Continue Reading

Last-Minute Gifts For The Traveler

Christmas is this Sunday, which means it’s crunch time for those last-minute shoppers. I’m not going to lie; I’m one of those people who will wait until the week of Christmas to start shopping for gifts. Procrastination is a terrible habit and it’s sad that I know of so many people that wait as well. … Continue Reading

First Time Being a Foreigner

In the month of August 2016, I accomplished one item on my bucket list and traveled out of the United States for the first time. I would mention that this post is long overdue, but actually, I completely forgot to write about it. So much has been going within the past six months and now … Continue Reading

Ask A Local | Dupree Gant of San Francisco CA

After spending two and half weeks in the Bay Area, I absolutely have no complaints throughout my entire stay. The Bay Area treated me right and the best part about it was the relationships I’d established. Overall, my stay was quite productive in a business sense and it’s awesome to have connections in various cities, … Continue Reading

8 Things To Do in Mexico City

Recently, I took a getaway trip to Mexico City with some of my family members and I must say that my four-day stay was quite bizarre but in an interesting way. There I witnessed locals crawling on their knees towards their church as a way of giving thanks for answering prayers. The toilet paper for … Continue Reading