Tiff’s Favorite Posts

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Editor: As part of re-introducing Tiff to the blog, she was interested in posting about her favorite posts (meta!) that are on Heels First.  Here they are!


In a conversation with Jeanne the other day I was talking about my favorite Heels First posts (that aren’t mine 😛 ) and I realized something, my favorites are not usually about the flights and the hotels. My faves tend to be about food and wine, the unique experiences and random advice I may not have normally thought of.

So in no particular order here are my favorite Heels First posts of the past:

I love In-n-Out Burger. 😀

I also love Texas BBQ.

Did I mention how much I like Texas BBQ???

Wine rack

Literally a wine rack.

A literal “wine rack”.  Yes, THAT kind of rack.

Good traveling-with-wine info

What I learned about the fitbit…  …or how Jeanne’s breasts terrified a farmer’s market.

This looked like an awesome experience to try in Alaska!

St John the Baptist the photo-bomber

I needed this advice for weekend-long wedding events.

When I started learning about the mileage runs Jeanne and Keri do…

Excellent advice and suggestions about what to pack for quick trips!

Renting the Runway… I still haven’t had the opportunity to try it yet. I’m hoping I’ll get the chance soon. 😉

Those are my favorites.  What are yours?


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Tiff's first big vacation was a Caribbean cruise when she was six. She first started getting interested in deals when her husband showed her the tricks to getting bought off your flights back in the late 90s. She started flying nonrev when they got married; the first unusual nonrev she did was in '05 when her family flew through San Juan to get to Dallas from Philly. They have two boys, ages 11 and 7, who she usually drags along on their travels and hopes they will grow up to love traveling as much as she does.

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