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Travel Impressions | Vero Beach is…

on March 17, 2018

Sometimes when you travel, you’re not interested in the top ten sights or the best restaurants or Doing Every Possible Thing. Yes, this even happens to travel bloggers 😉 I’ve found myself increasingly craving this kind of travel: travel where I can soak everything up, take a moment to breathe, and not worry about seeing all the sights. I think this is partially because of my health issues lately, that when I travel I want to have the most relaxing experience possible and not further aggravate any of my symptoms. Also, the two trips I’ve taken so far in 2018 (Florida & NYC) were to places I’ve been many times, so I don’t feel that pressure to see the top sights because, well, I already have. Continue reading

Hello, Reverse Culture Shock.

on April 19, 2017
I sit on the back porch with my Grandfather, drinking lemonade. It's the same porch from my childhood, but I'm different. And I have reverse culture shock.

I sit on the back porch with my Grandfather, drinking lemonade. The ice clinks in the same striped plastic cups I’ve drunk out of since I was five years old (and, presumably, the years before then, too, but those memories are less reliable, more a mish-mash of family lore). Continue reading

A Muggle’s Guide to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter

on April 5, 2017
The ULTIMATE guide to Harry Potter World!

**Note from Sarah: I’m super excited today to share with you a muggle’s guide to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter! Being a muggle who has never been to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter myself (and also still painfully coming to terms with the fact that I am, in fact, a muggle), I’ve asked one of my best friends, Julia (who has her own awesome fashion blog, and is actually the one who inspired me to start a blog in the first place) to help me out! I’ll let her take it away…  Continue reading

Vero Beach, Florida

on September 15, 2016

There are some places that mean everything – maybe not the most exotic or far flung destination, but the place you return to again and again.

For me that’s Vero Beach, Florida. I’ve visited my grandparents here almost every year of my life and even though it’s vacation, it still feels like coming home. Over the years we’ve racked up many a tradition that a Vero Beach trip is not complete without! I was lucky to spend a week here while home in the USA. Continue reading

Exploring Key West: Margaritas, Hemingway, and Contemplating Swimming to Cuba

on July 21, 2015

Our last stop of the Royal Caribbean Cruise was in Key West. The Keys are a series of islands starting seven miles off the southern tip of Florida, famed for their colorful and whimsical architecture, haven for artists, roaming chickens, key lime pie, and intense heat. We only had half a day to explore, but I’m itching to get back to the Keys sometime soon (hopefully a road trip!). Also hopefully NOT during summer…it was blazing hot. Continue reading