Finding Inspiration With a Travel Bucket List


As a couple who has traveled quite a bit (19 countries and counting), my husband and I are always kicking around ideas of where we would like to visit next. The conversation usually starts before we’ve even returned home from a trip. Seeing the world is something that puts life into our veins. It helps […]

March 30, 2017

3 Stunning Vineyards in the Texas Hill Country

Food and Wine, Wine

It can be so hard to focus on the work week ahead when you’ve just had a great weekend with wonderful friends. I’m trying to pretend it’s not in fact Sunday afternoon, but as I sit here reminiscing about the past couple of days and writing this post, the cool central Texas breeze is flowing […]

March 27, 2017

Learning How To Be More Than Just A Tourist

Lifestyle, Self, Travel

I read a short article over the weekend called 5 Signs You’re a Tourist, Not a Traveler and it got me thinking about the evolution of our travel habits. When my husband and I first started traveling internationally, we were total newbies at the entire experience. We had been all over the United States but when you go […]

March 20, 2017

A Walking Tour of Colorful Valparaiso


Hello and happy Wednesday! There is really nothing prettier than springtime in central Texas. The weather is getting warmer but not too warm and the wildflowers are starting to pop up everywhere, blanketing the landscape in beautiful bluebonnets. Even my wardrobe is starting to look a little more light. With all this color around us I […]

March 15, 2017

8 Of The Best Places In New York City for Book Lovers


Thank goodness for Thursday, or “Friday Eve” as I like to say! We are past the mid-week hump and from here on it’s downhill to the weekend. This week has been so busy that I haven’t been able to post regularly, and for that I apologize. I’m going to be so happy to see my […]

March 9, 2017