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Tiny House Getaway

It may come as a surprise that a pair of New Yorkers would ever want to consider “tiny house living.” Our lives are already pretty compartmentalized, and our apartment would easily be considered “tiny” by anyone living in the other forty-nine states. But with recent design trends focusing on simple living, and scores of articles extolling the virtues of minimalism, we decided to grab the dog, pack the car and head up to the Hudson Valley to Think Big — A Tiny House Resort.

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7 Touristy Things To Do in NYC That Are Actually Worth It

As someone who’s lived in New York City for most of my life, I’ve covered a lot of ground. With the city spanning over 300-square miles, I’m constantly discovering new places to enjoy. And while there are certainly tourist traps, there are also a lot of places that are touristy for a reason.

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Staycation in SoHo

After our honeymoon, Scott and I jumped back into normal life in New York pretty quickly, replacing days on the beach with days in the office, and nights on the town with nights at home with our dog. By mid-January we were starting to get a bit of cabin fever and decided we needed a break to give our relationship that burst of excitement we’d grown so used to.

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TravelAndrew Keenan-Bolger
Koh Yao Noi – Desert Island Paradise

Visiting Thailand for the first time, we decided to stick pretty close to the tourist guidebook, but we wanted at least a couple days off the beaten path. Searching for some more remote destinations in addition to Phuket and Bangkok, we discovered the island of Koh Yao Noi, just east of Phuket, which remains mostly untouched by tourist operations.

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