I hope everyone had a fabulous weekend! I just got back a few days ago from my very first Alaskan cruise and it was AMAZING!
Now, this wasn’t my first cruise experience, but my first time was awful and I really don’t want to count it. But this time, mom and I did our research and decided to go with Silver Sea Cruises.
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For anyone that knows anything about Chicago, it’s that the summers here are incredible. Because we only get about two months worth of summer weather, no one here takes it for granted.
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Happy Sunday, readers! Sundays are one of my favorite days of the week. Why, you ask? Because it’s the calm before the storm. You have spent the majority of the weekend running around doing errands, going out to dinner with friends, having drinks, and just living your overall best life. Sundays are for reflection- how your work week went, what you plan to do differently, and resting your body.
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My group of friends and myself just came back from a trip to Croatia and Greece at the beginning of September. Over the past couple of years, I have heard that Croatia is a hidden beauty. A mix of medieval and Italian terra-cotta, the red roof country is a sight I have not seen before. Continue reading “Travel Guide: Hvar, Croatia”
Last month, I took a quick trip to Montego Bay. This was my first time visiting the country of Jamaica. Continue reading “Travel Guide: Montego Bay, Jamaica”
This is a continuation from my previous post about me and 11 and my now closest friends trip to Italy to celebrate our #Yearof30.
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Once again, this post is long over due. Back in September, a group of my friends and myself traveled to Italy to celebrate all of us turning 30. #YearOf30. Continue reading “Travel Guide: Italy 2017- Part 1”
Recently, my mom made the move to Portland, OR for a new job. This was a pretty hard decision for her to make because she really didn’t want to leave the city she has called home all her life. To go to a brand new city, with new neighborhoods, no friends, and no idea what lies ahead is scary. But it’s a decision I am happy that she made.
Continue reading “Restaurant of the Month- Twain”
As a part of our world-wind tour of the Mediterranean, our group flew from Split, Croatia to Athens Greece for a one night layover.
Continue reading “Travel Guide: Athens, Greece”