• Destiny Lalane on Off The Grid

    25 Tips I Wish I’d Had To Avoid Stress And Get The Most Out Of Traveling

    25 Tips I Wish I’d Had To Avoid Stress And Get The Most Out Of Traveling

    Deciding to book a ticket to a new destination can be liberating. It can also be daunting. When I left NYC to travel, I stopped in dozens of cities and states along the way until I finally settled temporarily in Los Angeles. Living in the moment can be fun but it’s also exhausting. People usually […]
  • Destiny Lalane on Healthy Habits

  • Destiny Lalane on Off The Grid

    I Quit My Job To Travel Across The Country And Ended Up Losing Everything

    I Quit My Job To Travel Across The Country And Ended Up Losing Everything

    After a spontaneous road trip to Boston in May of last year, I gathered the courage to up and leave my secure job in NYC to travel. (Save the “not another one” and eye rolls for later, team.) In that very moment, I had no back-up plan, no pending applications floating around and most importantly, […]
  • Destiny Lalane on Digital Generation

    The Tinder Date That Inspired Me To Quit My Job And Move Across The Country

    The Tinder Date That Inspired Me To Quit My Job And Move Across The Country

    It was a typical Saturday afternoon, May 9, 2015 to be exact. I was hungover as shit FaceTiming a guy I had literally picked up on the streets of Manhattan a month prior. He lived back in Massachusetts and briefly mentioned that he would be in Boston that night. I packed a bag and decided […]
  • Destiny Lalane on Like An Adult

    6 Things You Need To Do Early On In Your Career For Long-Term Success

    6 Things You Need To Do Early On In Your Career For Long-Term Success

    Completely on a whim, I decided to book a one-way Megabus ticket from New York City straight to Boston. Seeing that I’ve always lived in a city, I had never taken one before. My ticket was $20 and would prove to be the most influential experience I have experienced in a very long time. But […]
  • Destiny Lalane in Dating

    How To Finally Attract The People And Experiences You’re Missing Out On

    How To Finally Attract The People And Experiences You’re Missing Out On

    I’ve been on close to 250 Tinder dates since originally downloading the app back in January 2013. I consider myself to be a pioneer, of sorts. This fact is typically followed up with grunts of frustration or questions from peers about how horrible the dates were. Quite frankly, I’ve only been on one bad Tinder […]
  • Destiny Lalane on Like An Adult

    How To Negotiate Your Salary When You Hate Talking About Money

    How To Negotiate Your Salary When You Hate Talking About Money

    When I was first new to the workforce, I dreaded talking about money. I was nervous and desperate. Who was I to negotiate a salary, let alone turn one down? Negotiating a salary can sound scary, especially when it’s your first time. But, it doesn’t have to be. The key to a negotiation is to go […]
  • Destiny Lalane on Marijuana

    Why Smoking Weed At 16 Helped Keep Me Grounded As An Adult

    Why Smoking Weed At 16 Helped Keep Me Grounded As An Adult

    I'll never forget the first time I tried smoking marijuana. It was the summer before my sophomore year of high school. I had a pretty unorganized date with a local stoner boy, and my two best friends thought it would be smart for me to smoke weed before the date. As class president and track […]
  • Destiny Lalane on Marijuana

    Binge Drinking Numbed My Anxiety, Trying Out Weed Treated It

    Binge Drinking Numbed My Anxiety, Trying Out Weed Treated It

    The story of how I gave up alcohol and fell in love with marijuana is quite a journey, actually. Growing up on Long Island, paired with living and working in New York City, I've seen plenty of people taken down by their vices. My substance of choice just so happened to be alcohol. I used […]
  • Destiny Lalane in Women

    What Happened After An Ex-Boyfriend Released My Nude Video Online

    What Happened After An Ex-Boyfriend Released My Nude Video Online

    Going into college, I never thought of myself to be a long-distance relationship kind of girl. To be quite honest, I was always a little confused by the women who chose to hold on so dearly to “the one” back home, when there were hundreds of other guys on campus. But, to each her own. […]