A trip a month – How I did it

For me, 2017 was all about figuring out how to travel more. I set out with a goal to take one trip a month, and at the end of the year, I couldn’t believe I actually took 12 trips. 12 Months, 12 Trips. It didn’t have to be a big trip every month – just get out of NJ once a month – and I can’t tell y’all how refreshing it was! Here’s the list, starting in February – Barcelona, Cuba (my birthday trip!), San Francisco, Boston, Tulum, Boston, Pittsburgh, Washington DC, Saratoga Springs NY, Atlanta, Dallas & Chicago! Full disclosure – I didn’t take a trip in January, but I did two trips in December. So, I guess that counts, no? If you follow me on Insta, you might have seen where all I went last year. Not all new places, but like I said – the goal was to get out of NJ once a month! A lot of people have asked me how I managed to pull this off. So, I figured I’ll do a blog post with some tips on how to travel more! View Post


Travel Diary: Pittsburgh – 5 Reasons to Visit Now


Happy Tuesday! Coming fresh(ish) off of my weekend in Pittshburgh, I couldn’t wait to tell you all about why you should add Pittsburgh to your list ASAP! Full disclosure: Pittsburgh took me entirely by surprise …. in the absolute best way possible! Here’s a list of all the things to do in Pittsburgh (mostly, eat)!

  1. The Food: Pittsburgh has amazing food, you guys! Like, I had SO much good food, I would go back just for that (not exaggerating)! View Post

6 Websites To Find Cheap Flights

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One of the most frequent questions I get asked – how do you book your flights? So, I’m super excited about this post & I hope y’all find it useful – 6 Websites to Find Cheap Flights …. plus a few more! Now, I don’t claim to know alllllll the secrets of the deep, dark web, but I do have a method + some really good sources to find great flight deals. One of my best finds – last November, my roundtrip flight to Colombia, from San Antonio was $530 on Delta! A few reasons why this is awesome – San Antonio is a really small airport and so it’s always expensive to fly in and out of, plus I booked my flight maybe 2 weeks before my trip. Also, I flew in to Bogotá, and flew out of Cartagena! So, all those factors considered, $530 was an awesome flight deal, no? View Post


Review: Hotelito Azul Tulum

Happy Wanderlust Wednesday, lovelies! In case you missed it, I posted yesterday about the story behind the end of my old blog & the launch of Jet Set Dhruvi! :) I’m so excited for my first official post on this new blog – a review of Hotelito Azul Tulum, where I stayed during my trip last month!

If y’all follow me on Instagram, you probably know I went (back) to Tulum last month, and I stayed at Hotelito Azul Tulum! I love traveling, and I try not to visit the same place – there’s such a big ol’ world out there to see! However, Tulum is an exception. When I went last year, View Post

I was offered two free nights, at Hotelito Azul. The opinions expressed, in this post, are entirely mine.


You guys. Hi! I’m not quite sure how to start here, so it might sound like random ramblings, but here goes nothing!

Welcome to Jet Set Dhruvi! If you’re here because you used to follow my old blog – Stilettos & Sequins (which is now re-routed to this site), thank you so SO much for being here! If you’re new, well …. welcome! By the way, in case you’re wondering, I’m listening to this beautiful song, as I write this! Anybody heard this song/artist?

Ok, I digress (told you – random ramblings). Back to this post. For those of you that didn’t know my old blog, I started it in 2011, and it was primarily a personal style blog! That blog, in a lot of ways, was my escape from a lot of other things that were going on in my life. I really enjoyed blogging, and had the opportunity to meet some incredible people, and partner with some awesome brands – DFS x Shopstyle, ASOS, Marshalls, to name a few. Then, I stopped. So, what happened? View Post