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.Continue reading “Pancetta & Asparagus Breakfast Skillet Hash”
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 some of you may know, Paris is my favorite city in the world. I sleep, eat and now event speak the Parisian life. I try to visit at least once a year and would love to eventually move there for a year. So, I recently made a quick five-day trek to Paris with my mom and one of my girlfriends. For those that have been to Paris before, you may find some itinerary somewhat helpful. For those that have never been, you can add this to your to-do list. Continue reading “Travel Guide: How to Spend Five Days in Paris”
Continuing on our extended vacation, our next stop was Mykonos. I can still remember the first time I visited the small island. The first thing off the boat that I remember is seeing the dangling octopus from the fisherman boats.
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”