Hey Everyone! I hope you all had an amazing holiday and new year! The past two years I have gone to New Orleans with my sister for NYE (See my New Orleans post here), but this year I decided to head to the mountains with a group of friends from college. Although only two out of the ten of us actually ski, it was a much-needed relaxing weekend with lots of laughs, and a little bit of altitude sickness. Where We Stayed We rented an Airbnb in Breckenridge for the weekend… View Post

A few months ago I went on a work trip to Philadelphia. I knew my work days were going to be long so I flew in early Sunday morning to explore the city. Below is what I was able to fit into one day plus a few restaurants I ate at during my trip! Places to See Liberty Bell: The Liberty bell is one of the most iconic symbols for American Independence. It is free to see so definitely check it out if you are in the city. Independence Hall:… View Post

My time in NY has come to an end and being the sentimental person I am I wanted to capture all of the amazing things I got to do during my 6 months in the city. I got to see a 70 degree day in February followed by 2 terrible snow storms that shut down the city. I ate at a ton of excellent restaurants and was lucky to have great company while I did. More than anything, New York taught me to appreciate having a work life balance. It… View Post

Happy New  Year everyone! Can you believe its 2017 already?? I’m still trying to wrap my head around it. For the past few years I have been spending new years eve in New Orleans with my sister. She has to go for work so I let her pull my arm and bring me along for the fun! Below is a recap of everything we did over the weekend. Enjoy! Where I Stayed: The Roosevelt Hotel: This Roosevelt hotel is absolutely GORGEOUS this time of year. This was my second time coming to… View Post

Hey Everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and/or holiday depending on what you celebrate! For Christmas this year my family went to northern Minnesota to visit my grandmother and a few aunts, uncles and cousins. Although it’s pretty much guaranteed to be freezing it’s always worth the trip. Greenbush, the town that my grandmother lives in is very small (about 800 people). Being there always makes me slow down from my normal city living and helps me appreciate the small things – especially spending times with loved ones I… View Post