How to Be a Healthinista on Vacation

July 14, 2016

For most people the words “healthy” and “vacation” do not go together. I get it. You work hard so you want to play hard. But depending on how long your vacation is, it’s not a reason to go on a super binger and be lazy. The pounds will...

Miles: Tyler, TX

July 21, 2015

My alarm went off at nine in the morning. Our hotel room was frosty. That seems to be the one reliable thing about cheap accommodations—the ACs only have two settings, freezing or sweltering. Kolbe—associate editor of Texas Towns...

Off the Beaten Path: Molokai, Hawaii

April 29, 2015

I have a vagabound spirit and happy memories traversing the ruins of Angor Wat in Cambodia and walking the streets of Old Havana in Cuba. I love being in a place where you take in a moment of fleeting history as though you’re in a...

Finding Love in Scotland

February 5, 2015

In 2008, I participated in a work exchange program called BUNAC, and chose to reside in Edinburgh, Scotland. I chose Edinburgh because my best friend Erika would be studying at the University of Edinburgh, and because we adored the...

Amangiri Resort: Canyon Point, Southern Utah

December 3, 2014

Right on the border of Arizona and Utah, the Amangiri Resort is a place all of its own, on a time all of its own. The six hundred acres of the resort teeter between Mountain Standard and Pacific Time, and everything holds still in this...

By Toni

Adventure to Southern Utah

December 2, 2014

Through my years in fashion, I’ve been fortunate enough to travel the world and experience so many fantastic places. I just can’t get enough of seeing all there is to see, learning about other wonderful cultures, and observing how...

By Toni

Toni’s Top Ten Guide: Aspen

July 2, 2014

According to recent reports, Aspen’s ski seasons are becoming increasingly shorter, but have no fear: Aspen’s invigorating summers are for the real outdoor enthusiasts.  With so much to see and do, narrowing this list to ten seems like...

By Toni