I haven’t forgotten about you all. Things have been just a little busy to say the least. I ran a Half marathon. I was interning for my black belt. Working on monthly writing projects. Renovating my bedroom, and making time for family and friends. But just a few months ago, I was kidnapped and taken … More Kidnapped in the Nick of Time
“If you’re enough lucky to be Irish… You’re lucky enough!” My childhood friend was accepted into the MBA program at Oxford, so as any good friend would do, I decided to take a trip! After exploring Oxford (which is another blog post of its own) we decided to jump on a plane and head to … More The Best of Ireland!
This week I am in Atlanta for a conference. It’s been phenomenal! The conference has been great and so has the food and spots! I’ve been staying at the Marriott Marquis and it is exquisite! And the restaurants I’ve eaten at have NOT disappointed, here are some MUST eat places :): Aviva by Kameel (Mediterranean … More The Ambience of Atlanta
Hello again, Friends! I’ve been out and about this week and heard this quote: “Fort Lauderdale is the Venice of America” And when you visit the Stranahan house, you believe it! My visit to the Stranahan House was absolutely lovely! The Stranahan House was the first trading post, post office, school, bank, and polling location. … More Explore Your Back Yard: The Stranahan House
So, as I mentioned in my last post, How to Travel When You Don’t Have Much Money, you can travel by exploring your city. I am blessed to live in Sunny South Florida where there are all kinds of things to do. A few years ago, I moved out of state and I was kicking … More EXPLORE YOUR BACKYARD: The Bonnet House Museum & Garden
I want you to think of what you do when you travel. You eat out You see sights You enjoy friends or meet new ones You explore I think too often we think “traveling” means going to Asia and seeing the Great Wall of China (which is still on my list of things to see), … More How to travel when you don’t have the money
My friend is studying at Oxford for the year and invited me for a visit. A trip to England? Sounded like a solid plan to me! I was told to take Norwegian Air because they only have direct flights, they’re significantly cheaper than other airlines. I was VERY impressed with them. I paid a little extra for … More A Hop Across the Pond