About 2 years ago I traveled to rural Southern Belize. It was my first solo international adventure, and as excited as I was about it, my friends and family had very mixed reactions when I told them about my plans. Traveling alone as a woman is still seen as controversial, or stupid, depending on who … More Solo Trip: A Week in Southern Belize
January 2015: Istanbul, Turkey Casablanca. Morocco El Jadida, Morocco Marrakesh, Morocco Sahara Desert February 2015 Snow-pocalypse, Boston March 2015 Northampton, Massachusetts April 2015 Spring in Boston May 2015 Big Basin Redwoods, California June 2015 Rockport, Massachusetts July 2015 Mount Whiteface, New Hampshire August 2015 Marble Head, Massachusetts Acadia National Park, Maine Montreal, Quebec October 2015 … More 2015 in Review
On the way back to Boston from Columbus Ohio, my Husband and I had a 6 hour layover at JFK. Since it’s relatively easy to get to Manhattan from JFK via Long Island Rail Road, which takes you to Penn Station, we figured we head into the city for dinner and some quick site seeing. … More NYC For 6 Hours Only
We’ve spent a full year as Boston residents. There’s a few things I’ve learned in the past year: Winter is really pretty, up until you’re trapped in your house for a week eating nothing but canned beans and soup. Spring in Boston is the grossest thing I have ever seen. As the snow melts, the … More One Year in Boston
It’s finally here! And I do not want to be inside. Unfortunately my day job prevents me from riding bicycles and reading in the sun all day. Thankfully there are weekends and flower filled gardens to spend them in.
Forest Path Trail, Blue Hills Reservation I survived my first New England winter! I am paler than I have ever been, have sores all over my feet from wearing shoes for months, and am really tired of wearing two pairs of pants. The snow is almost all gone, and the weather is supposed to be … More I Survived Winter
Dear God when will it stop? Admittedly this is my first real winter. Growing up in central California doesn’t expose you to the same kind of winter experience that New England does. Sure, we visited the snow. But who would be so idiotic as to go live in it? Ooops… Well, it turns out that … More Snow