Tricia and I met during our study abroad trip in Cambridge, England back in the summer of 2011. We’ve remained good friends and even lived in NYC during the same time. It just so happened that we both decided to move back to Northern California this past new year.
This summer I wanted to run through a field of sunflowers in the middle of “nowhere” California.
There’s nothing like a trip to the beach
to put you at ease.
Golden sand, calming waves, how can you not enjoy that Pacific breeze.
No matter your purpose, you’re bound to have fun.
Fishing, surfing, tanning under the bright and warm sun.
If you find yourself on the West make it a goal to cruise down the 1,
coastal beauty at it’s finest , enjoyable for everyone.
A favorite pastime of mine in New York City was strolling through the various farmers markets. During my stay in Los Angeles, my brother and his fiancé planned on shopping at the Venice Farmers Market on a Sunday afternoon and asked if I wanted to join. I couldn’t pass up the invite. Continue reading
It’s been a couple of years since I’ve visited LA. There’s nothing more that I love than being by a large body of water. I escaped to my brothers place for a few days and soaked in that so-cal culture that I was longing. No better place to kick it off than the iconic Venice Beach.
For the past 4 years I have celebrated Thanksgiving in the city. I created my own tradition of attending the Thanksgiving Day Parade and then following it up at a friends for a feast.
Every year I make it a goal to travel to new destinations both within and out of the country. This past summer I wanted to fly away, fly away far, to a continent I wasn’t familiar with. I wanted this place to be culturally rich, filled with amazing people, have delicious food, and great landscape. So I chose Vietnam, it was by far my favorite travel experience to date and yes just like Anthony Bourdain said, quite “life changing”.
Maine has been on my bucket list for some time now.