My work has taken me to some really amazing places – all here in the U.S. (so far!) – and all very cool and unique in their own right. In fact, I was taken to some places that I probably wouldn’t have ever explored, had I not been “forced” to go for work. So for that, I’m thankful. But what’s really been cool about being able to travel so much is that I’ve learned that traveling by myself is actually a lot of fun. And rewarding at the same time!
It’s been cold in Boston. Like, bitterly cold. Like, can’t-be-outside-for-more-than-one-minute-because-you’re-going-to-get-frost-bite cold. So, what’s a girl to do?🤷♀️BINGE. On Netflix that is. Over the past few months, I’ve come across some legit shows. Every time I talk to someone new I find myself divulging my latest Netflix-binge. Figured it was time I share.
The holidays are a time for fun, family and…FOOD. Whether you like it not, temptation is all around you. So, either you embrace it, or wind up severely depriving yourself of a good time. The choice is yours. Me? I’m embracing it. Life is short!
Boston is – hands down – one the coolest cities in the country. I say that being a fairly avid traveler and resident Bostonian. I’ve traveled to a good deal of U.S. cities, and I appreciate all of them. They each bring their own unique style and flair, but none compares to my city.
Just before the holiday, I packed my bags and headed down south for a little Southern Hospitality courtesy of…Nashville! This was my third time exploring the tiny little Country-music filled town, but this time was a little different. It was the first time that I had really explored outside the downtown area, and let me tell you…I’m SO glad I did.