Great Turtle Island (Part 2)

Dear Reader, Mackinac Island is a hidden gem in the Midwest. Tucked in the northwest corner of Lake Huron, the island can be the perfect vacation spot for those in search of coastal charm and rustic living. In part 1 of this post (more here), I described the (somewhat complicated) journey one must take to... Continue Reading →

Vermont’s Itty-Bitty Capital

Dear Reader, If you’re a fan of road trips, then you have probably already asked yourself on more than one occasion whether a particular spot is “worth the visit.” In my experience when a location is intriguing but there isn’t too much to do, then making a long rest stop can be just the right... Continue Reading →

Bring Your Own Mat

Dear Reader, Beer and yoga is a surprisingly common pairing. I learned this when I decided to dive into one of my 2020 New Year’s resolutions and ‘do more yoga.’ Around Boston, yoga studio membership costs about $150 a month; this is excluding new member/ student specials. If I aimed to make trips to the... Continue Reading →

Fruity, Floral, Refreshing

Dear Reader, A sommelier walks into a bar, orders a four-course meal, and begins explaining the wine pairings to the bartender. Did you find that funny? I wrote it; I’m not a comedian, so I’ll move on. My boyfriend and I attended a wine pairing event in downtown Boston at an Italian restaurant. My decision... Continue Reading →

Sam at the Source

Dear Reader, Did you know that there are only two types of beer? That is one of the facts that I learned on my visit to the Samuel Adams brewery, which is located in Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood. While I have been to several whiskey distilleries (more here), Samuel Adams was actually my first brewery... Continue Reading →

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