Top 4 Outfit Tips for a Girl who Loves to Travel

If you’re the kind of girl who loves adventure and travelling then you have surely faced the stress of packing for your trips and then of course there’s the age old question; what should I wear? So here are some of the most awesome outfits for any adventure of yours. Happy travelling!

  • Outfit for the Airport

Choosing the right airport outfit is surely a tricky task. You definitely want to be comfortable during your flight but a little effort will help you do this in style. Who knows, you might meet your favourite celebrity at the airport and you wouldn’t want to look like a mess in that selfie!

So here’s our suggestion, wear something which allows you lots of room to breathe such as skirts, maxis or boyfriend jeans with a tank top. The point is to keep the outfit simple but accessorize it to make it look effortlessly chic. Wear either flat shoes or heels that are comfortable to walk in such as wedges or low heel pumps.


  • Train Travel Outfits

Travelling by train is an epic experience, whether it’s a part of your Europe trip or any other place in the world, trains can leave life long memories with you but not if you’re wearing the wrong clothes. So for trips via trains, we recommend that you wear the trending tunics. They’re light and comfortable and you can easily layer them in case it gets too cold or simplify them in case of hot weather. When it comes to the right shoes to wear with tunics, strappy sandals and sneakers are definitely the top picks. You can even give the same tunic different looks by wearing them with shorts, jeans, skirts or jackets. This will also help you avoid carrying any unnecessary luggage.



  • Road trip

You meet so many new people on road trips and with some of them, you might have an everlasting relationship. This is why, it’s important to look presentable on a road trip, since you never know when you’re going to have the best day of your life. Every girl loves leggings because of their comfort and the sophistication they add to any outfit, moreover, they can be easily worn in every season. That’s why outfits with leggings are our chosen look for road trips. Wear them with your favourite ballet flats for the most fun and comfortable road trip of your life!


  • Cycle Tour Outfit

Travelling on bicycle means that you’re in for a sporty look. But how about breaking the stereotypes and stepping away from active wear for a change? If you want to look stylish while biking then go for a nice pair of skinny jeans with a nice top. If the weather is chilly then a matching handbag and blazer would be the perfect combination. For the shoes, in case of summers, a pair of white sandals would look spectacular and for winters you can go with any pumps you like.


So whether you’re travelling for work, vacation or just exploring the world, these looks will work wonders as they’ll make you look stylish, without causing any sort of inconvenience.

About Zoona


Zoona lives and breathes fashion in the colorful and culturally rich city of Lahore, Pakistan. She has been working as a full-time freelance writer since 2012 and over the years she has been lucky enough to accumulate a wealth of knowledge and experience. She has written for a number of different publications and on a range of subjects but she particularly likes to focus her work around fashion, beauty, lifestyle and health. When she’s not writing, she loves to read, travel, bake and just have fun with her family and friends

“The Best Part of Me” by Jamie Hollins ~ Blog Tour & Guest Post

This is my stop during the blog tour for The Best Part of Me by Jamie Hollins. This blog tour is organized by Lola’s Blog Tours. The blog tour runs from 10 till 23 October, you can view the tour schedule here.

The Best Part of MeThe Best Part of Me (McKenna #1)

by Jamie Hollins

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Age category: Adult

Release Date: September 20, 2016


He’s content to stay in the shadows…

Ewan McKenna’s days and nights are filled with drink orders, beer kegs, and noisy bar customers. Now that he’s put his tumultuous past behind him, he’s more than happy to live a solitary existence running his family’s pub. After years of walking the line between good and bad, Ewan now needs control and order to rest peacefully at night. What he doesn’t need is the fiery, intriguing woman who’s found her way into his thoughts and his bed.

She’s ready to step back into the light…

Spending the summer getting her hands dirty in her aunt’s garden in a tiny town outside Boston is exactly what Quinn Adler needs. She’s ready to shake off the grief of losing the people who meant the most to her and to start feeling again. What she doesn’t expect is to find a man who sets all her senses on fire. When the pieces seem to be nearly in place for a bright future, everything falls apart.

Will Quinn’s love be bright enough to cut through the darkness of Ewan’s past?

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Guest Post

Hello!  I’m super excited to be writing a guest post for I Heart My Life today.  Thank you so much for having me!

My debut novel, THE BEST PART OF ME, was published on September 20, 2016.  It’s the first book in my McKenna Series and circles around Quinn and Ewan’s struggle to let go of their pasts and not let regret dictate their futures.  Though the story gets emotional at times, there are plenty of funny and steamy parts as well.

The long journey to pen my first novel began about four years ago on a vacation to Ireland.  My husband and I decided to drive ourselves through the southern part of the country taking in the sights, trying to stay out of the perpetual mist that seemed to be following us around, and truly having the best time.  We stayed at one B & B outside of Killarney in County Kerry that was particularly charming.  The countryside was enchanting, and I began thinking what it might be like to live in such a place.

It was there that my heroine, Quinn Adler, started to come to life in my mind.

With my husband’s encouragement, I signed up for a twelve week online romance writing course.  Our group met every Wednesday night, and I used the ideas floating around in my head from my vacation in Ireland for the basis of the story for that course.  I didn’t quite get the entire manuscript finished by the end of class, but I had a good enough start that I was motivated to finish.

It was around that time that my personal life impeded on my new writing hobby (as personal life has a tendency to do!).  The pressure of my fulltime job was getting to the point where it was starting to affect my health.  To make a long story short, the stresses of work and life had manifested themselves into something called Vasovagal Syncope.  Fatigue or other triggers caused a drastic drop in blood pressure which would cause me to lose consciousness, resulting in seizure like symptoms.  I had my driver’s license taken away for fourteen months while doctors did all types of tests on me.  Most of those fourteen months the doctors were convinced I had epilepsy.  Then they discovered that it wasn’t my brain that was the problem, but my heart.  In the end, I got a pacemaker and my life was finally able to return to normal.

I reduced my hours at work and was ready to tackle my WIP. Then—surprise!—I got pregnant. Although I was able to write during my pregnancy, I didn’t quite have the momentum to finish THE BEST PART OF ME until well after our son was born.

But finish it, I did!

I made so many changes during my revisions, cut out so many chapters (some of which I’m still sad about!), rewrote the black moment about five times, and actually changed the setting of the story from Ireland to the United States.  I came to the conclusion that I didn’t know near enough about the Irish culture to do it justice so I moved the fictional town of Ballagh to outside of Boston, MA.  Killarney was changed to Boston.  Cork was switched to Providence, RI.  The Gap of Dunloe was changed to the Blue Hills Reservation.  Eventually, everything fell into place.

Once I had decided that I would self-publish, I got to work on lining up a copy editor, a formatter, a website designer, and a graphic designer to help with my cover.  The to-do list to self-publish is a really long one, but in the end, it was definitely the right decision for me.

From start to finish, it took about four years to write, revise and self-publish THE BEST PART OF ME.  Quinn and Ewan are finally getting a chance to tell their story, and I couldn’t be happier.  Along the way I’ve had so much support from my family and friends.  My critique partner was a wealth of information, not to mention instrumental in helping me finish the book. And I have the world’s best hubster who was so encouraging from the word GO!

I guess what I really take away from this whole process isn’t how long it took me to get here, but just the fact that I got here.  Period. I’m super excited to share this story with you all, and I hope that it finds a place amongst the favorites on your bookshelf!

Jamie HollinsAbout the Author:

Jamie Hollins was born and raised in rural Northeast Ohio. After graduate school, she embarked on a perilous career in Human Resources where she met plenty of real life characters. When she’s not writing or chasing after her toddler, she enjoys reading and golfing. Jamie lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, son, and their dog, Winston.

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