Last week was a bit of a whirlwind… one that I’m still not entirely sure that I’ve recovered from (as I sit at my computer, on my 4th cup of coffee today). If you’re following along on Instagram, you guys saw that I was in Philadelphia for a couple of days to shoot a video project with Bustle, and then from there I went to New York City for the day to celebrate my best friend’s birthday, before finally getting home Sunday night at midnight… and heading back into the office bright and early Monday morning.
Now, I’m the last person who’ll tell you that she hates traveling. I LOVE it, but I can’t help but wonder how people can keep their sanity, being on the road for several weeks or months at a time! One of my favorite ways to make travel easier is by tapping into the convenience, reliability and safety of my favorite ride-request app, Uber. Whenever I’m ready to get from point A to point B, I open the app, request my ride and I’m on my way in a New York minute!
When you travel in a new city (like I did in Philadelphia), sometimes safety can be a concern, and rightfully so! I love using my Uber app to follow my driver’s route and easily identify my driver’s car… all of that information is built right into the app, giving me the peace of mind that I need to know that I’ll be arriving at my destination safely and on time. With uberX I can enjoy my comfortable private ride, at everyday affordable prices, making it my no-brainer go-to choice whenever I’ve navigating around the city.
While in New York City, I took some time out from my busy week to swing by 11 Howard for a sauna session and treated myself to a warm drink to-go from Sosta Caffe... the perfect mini-break from my super busy week! Both of those locations are always at the top of my list to visit whenever I’m in town; I even have them on my Saved Places list to pull up and be on my way as soon as I’m ready – just one of the many ways I can create a personalized ride-request experience for a simple, convenient trip
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shot by Lydia Hudgens