I can’t believe that summer is starting to come to an end. As many of you know, I am very much a fall person so it’s bittersweet to see summer drift away. Lately I have really had the urge to travel and get out of the city for a while. Don’t get me wrong, I love the city but we can all use some time away every now and then. My SWISSGEAR pieces have been the perfect companion on my recent end of summer travels including a trip to a trip back to my hometown and a visit to one of my favorite cities, San Diego. Let’s get going!
Let’s start the travels with a road trip to San Diego. Many of my high school friends go to school in San Diego, so I find it an area that feels a bit like home. I threw all my belongings in my SWISSGEAR Hardside spinner luggage
and was on the road for about two hours. Lucky for me, San Diego is just a drive away.You could most likely find me exploring the campus of SDSU because the architecture and landscaping is to die for!
The following day I decided to stop by a cafe to work on a video edit. In LA I swear that every cafe is always packed and I find myself working on my dining table most of the time. San Diego on the other hand had the perfect shady spot with my name on it. SWISSGEAR has a backpack
perfect for packing all your tech goodies. I threw in my laptop, camera and cords/memory cards all of which has their own pockets.
Back to LA I went. Typically, many people never want to come back to reality. I however love coming back to reality. My mind thinks of it as a fresh start which is always re”fresh”ing. My favorite bag for the Los Angeles streets is the SWISSGEAR laptop backpack
as it holds my 15″ laptop, vlog camera and planner (plus a ton more if needed). Running from apartment to store, to friends house, to work to and back is my everyday life.
Do you have any plans in the next coming weeks as we transition out of summer? Let me know in the comment section and also make sure to check out SWISSGEAR’S site for the products shown in this post.
This post was sponsored by SWISSGEAR, all thoughts and opinions are my own.