Category: Adventures

Weekender: Vancouver, British Columbia

Canada, oh, Canada. My mom, sister, and I went for a quick 5 day girls trip to Vancouver. We went for the whale watching and ended up having so much more fun than we even expected. That’s saying a lot because when the three of us get together its always

WEEKENDER: Where to eat in Charleston, SCย 

I recently went on a whirlwind trip to Charleston, SC. It is so beautiful there, relaxing, and the food is to die for. I just love visiting there more and more each time I go. This is a quick post of 5 not-to-miss places for eating, drinking, and being merry.

Weekender: New River Valley, Virginia

My lovely sister just moved to the Blacksburg, Virginia area with her new husband. I have only been to the area one time many years ago and was super excited to be invited for a weekend trip. I did not remember how beautiful Blacksburg was, or how many interesting nature

Charleston, South Carolina

  Immediately upon entering and driving around, I fell in love with Charleston. We stayed at an Air BNB that had kayaks which you could take out and paddle all the way to the harbor. It was absolutely stunning. If you are in the area and have the opportunity to

Weekender: Chicago, Illinois

Hello, Chicago! Nathan and I were invited up to a good friends wedding in Chicago recently and were so excited to go explore the city. We were amazed with how clean the downtown area was, how you have to pay up to $1 per plastic bag at stores (yay for

Weekender: New York, New York

Mother’s as fantastic as mine need to be celebrated. We went on a whirlwind weekend to the big apple to celebrate her turning the big 5-0. During our trip there was a freak snow-storm but we made the best of it and had a blast on our weekend get away.ย 

Athens, Greece — Travels from 2013

I was so excited to go to Greece. I absolutely love Greek food, I had heard tales of its beauty, and the Acropolis was definitely on my bucket list of things to see. I felt like Indiana Jones getting to explore ancient ruins, only with a couple thousand extra  people

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