Veronica DiSanto, is a managing partner at Ines DiSanto Bridal (yup, she works for her designer mom but we’ll tell that amazing story another time). She travels a few time a month and she’s not shy to admit she brings every drop of skincare she can. ““I pack up almost everything…I need it all because I like to be at my best from head-to-toe at a trunk show and if my skin feels dry on the job, it’s going to stress me out and bother me all day.”
When it comes to camping, meals are simplified. I get it. Not worrying about food means you have more time to hike and swim and enjoy the great outdoors. But for this next camping trip I want to eat food that’s still easy to prepare, but suited to a more sophisticated palette. Now I’m not talking gourmet (I don’t even do that at home), just different options to the traditional hot dogs and pasta.
Meet our guncle (that’s short form for gay + uncle). He has no kids but plenty to say about modern parenthood. This month’s guncle has something to say to a mom he met on a plane. He understands traveling with kids is hard, but he says if you don’t keep them in check, it makes the flight hard on everyone. Read on, if you dare.
Two summers’ ago we went on a trip to Lisbon, Portugal. With two kids in tow—and in retrospect, too much luggage—it was exhausting (cue the: ‘what were you thinking?). While the kids loved riding the tram cars and the crazy-cool lifts, what I gleaned from our 7-day vacay is how much inspiration Lisbon has to offer for contemporary design, even though it’s one of the oldest cities in western Europe.