As summer slowly draws to an end I'm relishing on my favorite trip of it thus far. Colorado known for its mountain and wintry slopes, may be getting overlooked for all it's summer wonders. Here's the 5 reasons I'll be back in the warmer months to enjoy the mountains of Breckenridge in my own way.
“Here I am again,” I thought as I looked out from my rooftop to the view of the newest city I’d eventually have to call home, this was my third time moving across state lines since graduating high school in 2010. Here I am again, not physically but mentally I continued my train of thought, [...]
Spring has sprung and I’m ready for something fresh. I have to admit, my favorite part about this blog has been the process of capturing photos of my experiences and writing the narrative of them through my eyes. Unfortunately, as I switch gears in order to refresh, I realized there are a few I favor but may never define. Here is the over due dedicated post to ones that got left behind.
For the majority of us, we spend our college years leaving home and living with friends. We are groomed into little pieces of ourselves, friends, and experiences we face. Truly alone on my own for the first time in my life I realized the inspiration that can come from the depths of isolation.
Grand Rapids is know as beer city and with 80+ microbreweries there's no question as to why. With so many options and only a weekends time here's my brew guide to visiting Grand Rapids.
The weekend is almost here and way too excited to get out of town! Now for the not so fun of planning what to pack and how much to take. Here's 5 ways I've learned to improve the way I pack for a weekend and not forget anything!
It's hard to deny there is a movement sweeping the nation. In the course of one short year, here is why my attention has gone from concert crowds to joining in the swarm known as the Woman's March.