Sadie Cornelius

Sadie graduated from the Moody School of Communications at the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelors in Advertising and minor in Business. Her love of travel started from an early age – on her first international adventure she traveled solo to Japan while in grad school to visit her hometown's sister city. During college, she studied abroad in Spain and since then she’s traveled to Europe, Latin America, and regularly throughout the U.S.

Her expertise has appeared in many notable media outlets, including The New York Times' Wirecutter, Forbes, People, Reader's Digest, Apartment Therapy, and other regional news organizations.

Artifact Uprising Review: Our Favorite Online Photo Book?

Artifact Uprising book (caption: Artifact Uprising review)

Looking for a company made up of people with big hearts, open minds and huge doses of creativity? Who isn’t?!? Well, you’ve found it in Artifact Uprising! Founded by husband-wife team Matt and Jenna Walker in 2012, Artifact Uprising is relatively new to the photo printing space but has quickly won over the photographer, blogger and designer communities with its beautiful, handcrafted, high-quality work…

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12 Ideas To Supercharge Your Photo Album

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Just like reading a book, there is something a little nostalgic about having things printed and in your hand to look at. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way to nicely display your work on a bookshelf without taking up a ton of space or without spending a lot of time or money? Voila! By making a photo book using a digital printing service you can easily and cost-effectively share and document some of the most memorable life moments and look back over the years, without having to dig through boxes of 4×6’s or all your computer files…

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Best Photo Books Online: Lulu vs Blurb vs Artifact Uprising vs Shutterfly & More

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Gone are the days of dropping off your roll of 35mm film at One Hour photo developers. Thanks to the digital world, photography is instantaneous, and you don’t have to wait to see how your photos turned out. But are your photos just collecting dust in the cloud? Why not preserve your memories into a beautiful keepsake book that you’ll look at for years to come?…

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Go Big or Go Home: An In-Depth GoPro Comparison

GoPro near ocean (caption: GoPro Review)

Originally designed for surfers, the GoPro cameras are now a big favorite of many cinematographers, paraglider pilots, BASE jummoved forward in a big way, with cameras getting smaller and imag thepers, Wing-Suit proximity flyers, kitesurfers, mountain bikers, snowboarders, speed-flyers, the list is endless…

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Dining in Spain: A Guide To Mallorca Restaurants

Mallorca restaurant

Delicious tapas, cold sangria and cervezas, laid back lifestyle, all in the magical and beautiful backdrop of the coast? What’s not to love about Mallorca. Mallorca, a Balearic island off the coast of Spain, it is a hidden gem if you ask me. Just a short flight from London (or direct flights to dozens of other European destinations) it is full of history, charm and a perfect mix of both sightseeing and relaxation. There are cathedrals, museums and of course shopping. And all extremely affordable. My first time to Mallorca, and hopefully not my last. I wanted to recap some of the places we stumbled upon as tourists in hopes that it would be useful for others should they get so lucky to experience this place (aka heaven on earth)…

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The Ultimate London Restaurant Guide

Street sign in London

When you travel, one of the best ways to get to know the culture is to eat the local food. So when we travel, we do a lot of it – eat that is. My parents (who we recently traveled to London with) tend to do a bit of homework in advance via guides and recommendations from friends as well as Frommer’s. Our bellies greatly appreciated this extra planning effort. So here’s a recap of our caloric intake in London, England, during the summer of 2013…

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How to Throw An End of the World Party

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As we move closer to December 21st, 2012, aka, the end of the Mayan Calendar Cycle (read more about how the Mayan Calendar works), or as some predict, when the world will end (read more about the 2012 end of the world predictions) the comments from you, our readers, are pouring in! We love to hear all your ideas, philosophies, theories and debates about what will happen come 12/21/12. We invite you to keep the discussion going, but for the sake of having a little fun, we thought we’d start giving you some ideas, tips and ways to celebrate the “end”…

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