Things to Do and See in Utah

Things to Do and See in Utah

If you have an appreciation for nature’s natural beauty, you must add Utah to your travel list. This beautiful state has so much to offer! The first time I got a taste of the snowy mountains was when I visited Colorado for the first time in January 2015.¬†After leaving Colorado, I felt like I belonged there. The truth is, nature has me wrapped around its beauty and Utah did not disappoint in this department. Let’s jump into the highlights!

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Things to Do in New York City in the Spring

Things to Do in New York City in the Spring

This was my third time visiting New York City (NYC), and I must be honest, I still feel like I have an entire list of things to do next time I visit! There is SO much to see and do, it can be overwhelming. I do believe there is a timeframe (or a season) for certain activities. For example, if you go around Christmastime, you must do Christmas-themed activities. Or let’s say you visit in the fall, you should probably rent a bike and cross over the Brooklyn Bridge. Anyway, for today’s blog post, I am giving you ideas on what to do next time you visit the Big Apple in the spring/summer.

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A Spring Getaway

A Spring Getaway

It has been a week since I drove up to Dallas to visit the Texas-Tulips fields with my sisters and baby niece. It was a girls day filled fun and much needed homemade ice cream from my college town, Denton, TX.

The fields are covered with tulips in all of the colors you can imagine, and basing off IG photos and hashtags, it is a beautiful sight to see. Continue reading “A Spring Getaway”

Houston Museum District Guide

Houston Museum District Guide

If you google, “Free museums in Houston”, you’ll find many articles to choose from. I clicked through a few to ensure the information was consistent – and it was. I also went through each of the museum’s website to confirm everything coincided. And although you could just google and find out which museums are free, I still want to create a personalized guide for my audience.

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New York City Travel Guide

New York City Travel Guide

All of my Christmas dreams came true this past year; New York City (NYC) fulfilled every Christmas wish I had as a little girl (I mentioned our trip here too). Well, it did not actually snow on Christmas Day but I was eventually fine without it. The city looked and felt magical…as if I was in a Christmas Wonderland! During our entire stay, I would try to imagine the creator and genius for the Fifth Avenue window displays, or the team of architects for the Empire State Building, or the mastermind for the biggest store in the world. Inspiration ran through my veins and ideas were racing through my mind. At that point, I wanted to learn how to sow so that I could finally wear what I envision in my head sometimes. Maybe in the future I will dedicate time to that vision. The point is, NYC is overall an admirable city. For every tall or gentrified building, extravagant fashion show, dreamy holiday window display, eclectic coffee shop or bar, fresh eatery, or famous bridge, is a hardworking, do-er, hustler, fearless dreamer behind it. It was the perfect time to visit the city, just in time before ringing in the new year. Continue reading “New York City Travel Guide”