Twist Spring 2017 Magazine

Traveling with my family has become an extreme passion over the years, especially as the kids have grown older because it serves as a great way to connect as a family, in a much more relaxed pace. Living in NYC, our lives tend to be hectic, so getting away lets us all go at a slower pace. We create memories that will be everlasting, and listening to the kids talk about our past travel experiences brings me great joy. Just last night, we returned from a ski weekend in Park City Utah, and I think I’ve been hit with the travel bug. I am already kicking around ideas of what will be our next destination.

Over the years, I have documented all of our travels here, and on outside site and publications. Today, I’m excited to announce the launch of  Twist Travel Magazine, which is comprised of top travel writers, focusing on fashion, luxury, food, and plenty of kid friendly destinations. Loaded with stunning photos and lots of informative content, it offers plenty of ideas for your next escape. In my first piece as a contributor, I featured one of our most beloved trips to St. Barths! A huge thank you to the amazing founders and editors Andrea Fellman and Keryn Means, and I can’t wait to hear what you think of this collective! Stay tuned for the Summer 2017 issue!

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16 thoughts on “Twist Spring 2017 Magazine”

  1. Congrats! I am sure this is such an honor to be in this publication. I would love to travel to St Barth too.

  2. We love to travel so I’ll definitely have to check out the spring issue of Twist Magazine. We just visited St. Barth’s for the first time this winter and I can’t wait to go back. Looking forward to reading your story!

  3. Reesa Lewandowski

    I so agree with you about relaxing! My husband and I were just talking about how we need a vacation because we need some time together as a family. Your feature is beautiful! Congrats!

  4. It is great to know about a new magazine to get advice and information on travel because it is difficult to get a good objective opinion some times. I will use it when I make my travel plans.

  5. The few days I spent in NYC a few NYEs (see what I did there?) ago made me realize it really was a place you could spend your whole life exploring and never see a fraction of it.

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