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Greater Lansing Gluten Free Guide

on June 9, 2018

Today I’m bringing you not just any gluten free travel guide, but my most researched one ever! You could say I’ve been researching it my whole life ūüėČ Jokes, but today I am telling you all the best greater Lansing gluten free restaurants. I grew up in Lansing so I have had years of doing my own research! I also recently went on a press trip hosted by the Greater Lansing Convention & Visitors Bureau, who showed me even¬†more¬†gluten free restaurants in Lansing. And¬†finally,¬†I managed to pick the brains of my new Dietitian, who gave me an entire¬†book¬†about her recommended Lansing gluten free restaurants! Continue reading

Things to Do in Lansing Michigan: Touring my Hometown!

on May 28, 2018
If you are looking for things to do in Lansing, Michigan then read this extensive list of the best things to do in Lansing and the Greater Lansing area. Including best brewery in Lansing, best coffee shops in Lansing, best unique things to do in Lansing and more. Even if you are a Lansing local, this list is not to miss! #Lansing #Michigan #Travel #GreaterLansing

One thing about loving travel is you’re always looking for the next¬†destination. Far flung tropics? Towering fjords? Bustling bazaars and deserts? Count me in. We spend so much time scrolling through flight deals (that can’t just be me…) that it’s easy to miss what’s right under our noses! I figured it was high time to quit doing that…for me, that means getting familiar with things to do in¬†Lansing, Michigan¬†– my current home base!¬† Continue reading

A Day Up North: Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

on September 6, 2016

In Michigan, you can go anywhere, including over 100 miles south, and as long as it involves a lake we will still call it “up north.” And there are lots of lakes here.

So when we went to Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore on a long day roadtrip, it was both literally and figuratively up north.  Continue reading

Yooper For a Week

on August 18, 2016

What can I say about Michigan’s upper peninsula?

It’s a place where they serve you with paper plates and toothy grins. They say “golly” and “gee” and “pop” ¬†– and they’re not self conscious about any of that. Why should they be? They’ve never heard it any other way. Continue reading

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