Nashville, Tennessee

My boyfriend and I just got back from a week well-spent in Nashville, TN! We drove down last Saturday for family, friends, my boyfriend’s alma mater, and, of course, the eclipse.ย Let me just start by saying that it was fantastic to see my sister, her husband, their two crazy dogs, and my Aunt. I missed […]

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Two Days in Chicago, IL

This summer, my boyfriend and I visited Chicago โ€” the windy city or, as I like to call it, “Smaller, Cleaner New York.” I wanted to share our packed itinerary (I’m all for doing as much as possible during a trip) and make some suggestions! We touched down in O’Hare on Friday morning in late […]

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Savannah Travel Guide, Part IV: Arts and Culture

Whenever I go to a new city, I always have to visit the local art museums. I actually have a collection of fridge magnets from museums all around the world to keep track of where I’ve been. Savannah is a wonderful hub for the arts and culture. Suggestions below! SCAD Museum of Art I think […]

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Savannah Travel Guide, Part III: The Great Outdoors

You are probably going to hate me for it, but NONE of today’s suggested locations are actually IN Savannah โ€” they are all nearby. When in/near Savannah, my sister and I did lots of outdoor activities and I wanted to share my suggestions with you! Fort Pulaski This is great for people who love the […]

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Savannah Travel Guide, Part II: Where to Eat

I have two restaurants and an ice cream parlor to share with you today! When in Savannah, my sister and I cooked a lot at her house, so we didn’t eat out too often. However, I really recommend these following locations if you are in or around the city. Leopold’s Ice Cream I HATE waiting […]

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Savannah Travel Guide, Part I: City Photo Tour

Hello All! I’ve had the travel bug recently, and I’ve been getting through it by looking at my old travel photos. I thought it would be great to make more travel guides for this blog, especially since I had so much fun writing about Mystic, CT. Savannah, GA is a city that I’ve visited quite […]

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48 Hours in Mystic, Connecticut

Last spring, my boyfriend and I took a short weekend trip to Mystic, CT, to get away from New York City (need fresh air every once in a while). We went in the spring, so it wasn’t the peak season. I would recommend this โ€” no crowds and no screaming children. Check out my recommendations […]

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Columbus, GA

I just got back from a short trip to Columbus, GA, a small city south of Atlanta right on the Alabama border. It is certainly the most “Southern” place that I have ever visited. Situated on the Chattahoochee River (I mean, come on, HOW Southern is that name), Columbus was “officially” established in 1828 as […]

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