I don’t know about you, but I get SUPER excited to travel. Weeks before a vacation I am making a list of what I want to pack in my bag, looking up places to visit, where the most “Instagrammable” spots are, things to avoid, the restaurants with the “best” food, figuring out how we are going to … More Carnivale di Venezia
I’m not really sure how to start this post other than by saying “we went to Italy for 2 weeks for our honeymoon and here’s what happened.” But if I went through everything that happened in the last two weeks, it would be a blog that is 18 miles long and I know you probably … More The Honeymooners Go To Italy
There is a reason I choose to live my life behind the lens of a camera. Photos are how I relive some of the best moments of my life. Anybody who knows me knows that I am constantly taking pictures of something, whether it be my dog, my coffee, my food, my friends, my family, … More Living My Life Through A Lens
How to say no without feeling bad about it. After being approached by many, many, MANY street performers, vendors, and gypsies, I have learned to say no and to not feel bad about it. No, I do not want your cheap souvenir. No, I do not want your magical basil that you think I so … More Things Europe Taught Me:
That is the question… If you were to ask me if I am ready to be home, I’m not sure I can accurately answer that question. I am so torn between what I know in my head and what I feel in my heart. I am ready to go home in certain ways, but in … More To Be Ready, Or Not To Be Ready?
Wooden shoes, tulips, windmills, Dutch costumes, poffertjes, stroopwafels, Dutch fronts on buildings….and bikes and canals and people actually speaking Dutch. Coming from a small, Dutch town where I have lived my whole life, I was more than excited to visit the place I have been hearing about for the last 21 years of my life. … More If Ya Ain’t Dutch, Ya Ain’t Much