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Advice: How to Plan a Weekend Trip

Best piece of advice I can give, regarding working corporate, is work for a company that has summer Fridays. When it's 90 degrees outside and you're watching summer go by from an office window, a couple extra days off definitely will make you feel like you've enjoyed your summer. For anyone that's graduating make sure to ask during interviews if the company has this policy, it's an added bonus if they do. 

I WROTE 31 RESOLUTIONS FOR 2017 AND HERE'S WHAT HAPPENED

First things first, I'm back! I took a couple months (9 to be exact) off from continuing my blog as I was feeling a bit of writer's block. In a world that is constantly throwing fashion, travel, and advice articles in your face, every day...it started feeling like I couldn't stand out. It's also hard to compete with someone that can afford a Chanel Bag, while I'm struggling to pay rent.

24 HOURS: BANOS

In a valley south of Quito (about a 3 hour drive) you'll find the lovely town of Banos. Very touristic and for a good reason. There are so many things to do that 24 hours may not be enough. If time is of the essence and you only have 24 hours follow the itinerary below and you'll be sure to have a jam packed day.

WAYS TO SURVIVE THE HEAT IN NYC

Let's talk...about the heat. Summer hit and the sun is not holding back, even if it is almost September. Every weekend, I fell like I am melting as soon as I leave my apartment (my full time job provides ample amount of Air conditioning that I sometimes wear a blanket at my desk). 

WHY I BECAME A BROOKLYNER

One week after graduating high school, I packed 1 suitcase and moved to New York City. I entered school in the fall at Pace University and my adventure continued to study abroad, 4 Manhattan apartments, and a full time position at NBC Universal. 

LIFEAnneliese Gartner