Maine is my new favorite place. FAVORITE. It was everything I’d hoped for and more. Here’s what I packed and it worked out really well. We went just after Memorial Day, which is the beginning of the summer kick of season. The mornings and evenings are cool, with cool to warm temps during the day.… Continue reading Packing List for Summer in Maine
Is Everything Bigger in Texas?
That’s what I’ve heard… but I’ve actually never been! (Unless you count long layover in the Dallas Airport… which I do not).I’m headed to the San Antonio area for work next week. Only for 3 days, and it will be pretty jam packed with work… not a lot of free time. We’ll be staying near… Continue reading Is Everything Bigger in Texas?
Packing List for Charleston
We leave for Charleston in a WEEK!So far my list of places to eat & drink is long… and growing. Poogan’s Porch, Cru Cafe, The Black Tap, Fig, Collective Coffee & more…. any I’m missing?Today, the weather in Nashville got HOT all of a sudden. I’m definitely not complaining, I was just surprised. Mid 60’s… Continue reading Packing List for Charleston
What to Do in Charleston, SC
Happy Valentine’s Day to me 🙂 Matt is awesome & surprised me with a trip to Charleston for Valentine’s Day! Well, more specifically, we’re going the week before. Regardless… I’m so very excited!Two months into the year and we’re already making a dent in the travel bucket list – so I’m a happy camper. Full disclosure: I’ve never been… Continue reading What to Do in Charleston, SC
How to Survive a Long Haul Flight in Coach
If I flew First Class, I wouldn’t be writing this post… because it’s amazing up there. But since I’m a normal person, just praying I don’t have to sit by the bathroom, let’s talk about the best way to endure a long haul flight in coach. I haven’t taken a transatlantic flight in a couple… Continue reading How to Survive a Long Haul Flight in Coach
Wine Destinations in the United States
I’m a HUGE fan of wine. A personal favorite form our local winery, Arrington Vineyards. Although red wine was an “acquired taste” for many, I started drinking it almost immediately. I’m guessing it has something to do with my grandfather sneaking me sips as a kid. We’re Italian – what did you expect?Anyway, one of my favorite things… Continue reading Wine Destinations in the United States
How to Travel for FREE
via Free flights? Yes, please. The answer? Frequent flyer miles. It might take a little time & effort, but signing up for frequent flyer miles is definitely worth it! Even if you aren’t completely loyal to one airline (like me!), the miles add up… especially when taking cross country or international flights. You might not… Continue reading How to Travel for FREE