Discover New York: A Cool Vegan Pop Up In Brooklyn

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Let me start by saying I am in no way a vegan. That’s not to say I don’t admire those trying to live a more conscious lifestyle, it’s just that a life completely void of bacon cheeseburgers is not one […]

Go Local: Not-To-Miss Markets In NYC

markets in nyc

If you want to experience what locals are eating and buying, all you have to do is hit the local market. Whether you’re seeking a quick lunch fix or gift hunting for your friends (or yourself), the following 10 markets […]

The Travel Quote Collection: Inspiring Nomads Everywhere

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When I started Jessie on a Journey in 2011 I wasn’t quite sure what direction I wanted to take it in. In fact, if you look at my very early posts (eeek, please don’t), you’ll find awkwardly formatted accounts of […]

Saratoga Springs: A Fun Weekend Trip From NYC

The Savory Pantry

Last weekend I had the pleasure of visiting one of my sorority sisters from college in Saratoga Springs. Despite having gone to school nearby at the State University of New York at Albany, I’d never taken the time to explore […]

Taking In The Best View Of Paris At The Sacre Coeur

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When visiting Paris, most travelers think of a few specific landmarks: The Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe. While all these should be must-see’s on every tourists list, there is one place in particular that comes […]

Boutique Markets in a Historic New York Church

While walking east on 20th Street in New York, I noticed an interesting structure on the intersection at Avenue of the Americas (6th). Next to all of the high rise, flat sided buildings sat a short brick building with steeples and […]

Photo Essay & Tips for Little Italy, New York

If you want to fully experience Little Italy in New York make Mulberry St. your focus and begin walking down it starting at Broome St. and heading towards Canal St. Nearest subways: Take the 6 to Spring St. and walk east […]