Winter weather is heading to my neck of the woods, and all I can think about is keeping warm. Specifically, in a mineral-rich body of water. Today we are talking HOT SPRINGS!
Fall in New England is arguably the best season of all. Being a bit of a beach bum and realllllly loving a lightly-packed suitcase, I am always sad to see the weather change in September. ::Le sigh:: But whether we
Things are different, with curfews, restaurant rules and social distancing guidelines to manage, but there is still fun to be had if you know where to look. I recently had two long Seattle layovers that proved that #layoverlife is not
A little sun never hurt anyone. And it certainly helps with pre-election jitters. Read on to hear more about our girls’ trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico: Where we stayed, what we ate did, and the precautions taken to ensure
September 16 was Mexican Independence Day, and I am missing that place in a big way. It is possible that the missing is less about Mexico specifically and more about how life was while I was there. My three-month stint
he island of Paros was the second stop of our Greek Isles girls trip last summer- one of my favorite trips of all time if I'm being honest. Tucked nicely in our itinerary between Mykonos and Santorini, Paros was a