Mia Taylor is an award-winning journalist who has more than two decades of experience. She has worked as a staff reporter for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the San Diego Union-Tribune and The Patriot Ledger. She was also part of a team of KPBS/NPR reporters that won a 2011 national Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism. In addition to TheStreet, her work appears on Cheapism.com, The Simple Dollar and in Westways Magazine. Mia is based in Southern California, where she also blogs about the local luxury dining and travel scene.
Recent Articles By The Author
This Smart Home Will Blow Your Mind
Pushing the boundaries of smart home possibilities, this $25 million home includes a wine rack the moves up and down floors, remote controlled walls, and much more.
Trump's Potential Impact on the Environment: Disastrous
Environmental experts, scientists and members of academia weigh in on some of the comments Trump has made regarding the U.S.' climate policies.
Here's 5 National Park Lodges That Travelers Rave About
As the National Park Service celebrates its Centennial anniversary, here's a look at some of the national park lodges most beloved by travelers.
Want to Work for Kate Middleton? Here's Your Insider's Guide
Here's a little known tidbit: openings with the British royal family are posted online and are open to anyone interested in applying.
Iconic Tourist Sites Around the Globe Are In Danger of Being Destroyed by Climate Change
With a new UNESCO report predicting a frightening future for many World Heritage Sites, experts suggest visiting locations on your bucket list sooner rather then later.
The Pokémon Go Craze Has Struck the Travel Industry
From coast to coast, the tourism industry is responding to the Pokémon Go craze with events and opportunities designed specifically to attract players.
6 National Parks Outside the U.S. to Add to Your Bucket List
Here's a look at some of the parks around the world that receive top ratings from travelers and travel bloggers.
5 Under-the-Radar Summer Music Festivals for Those Who Are So Over Coachella
If big crowds, and pretentious party scenes are not your thing, here's five smaller music festivals worth considering.
This Ultimate Home of 2016 Will Leave You Slack-Jawed
This manse has been crowned the most distinctive home of the year. It's a lavish property designed to be family-friendly.
Increasing Numbers of Luxury Tour Companies Are Banning Elephant Rides
The cruel and inhumane process of crushing an elephant's spirit and torturing them in order to tame them, has inspired a growing ban of elephant rides.