Two weeks ago, because my aunt is basically the coolest person ever, she and I embarked on a road trip across the western half of the country. We started out in Texas and from there headed to Colorado, Wyoming and Idaho, Utah, New Mexico and back again. The trip was beyond amazing and I couldn't … Continue reading Taking on the Wild West
Our time in L.A. has finally come to an end. After an amazing week in the city, we packed our bags yesterday to make our way up the coast to San Francisco. Our final days in Southern California were filled with adventures. From visits to the Getty Museum to a day trip to Malibu (it … Continue reading Cali Dreamin’
On Wednesday morning, Rachel, Emily and I woke up bright and early in an attempt to avoid the infamous California commuter traffic as we made our way from San Diego to LA. According to numerous blogs the best way to avoid said traffic was to A: not make the trip at all, B: go after … Continue reading Secret Swings and Hollywood Hikes
Well it's been about six months (sorry about that), but I'm back! This month two of my best friends and I are taking on the West Coast and road tripping from San Diego to San Francisco and back. So stay tuned, cuz I'll be keeping you updated with all of my food finds, awesome adventures … Continue reading The Roadtrip Begins: San Diego
Some of you may not like this post. It's not about travel and it does have political undertones. If you want to skip this post I understand and I won't be offended. But I hope that you don't because to me this is about so much more than politics. It is about love. Last night … Continue reading On Love
Two days ago, for what feels like the hundredth time this summer, I left my quiet beach town for a new adventure. This summer has been one of the busiest of my life, and although I didn't move 100 times, it was my sixth move in four months (school to home, home to Spain, Spain … Continue reading I moved … again!
This past Tuesday, I left the toxic-green-algae-infested shores of sunny Florida to visit my grandparents in the mountains of Silverthorne, Colorado. My family arrived at the Denver airport at about one in the morning, and I was immediately struck by how cold it was for June (to give you some reference the heat index in … Continue reading Turning 20 in Colorado