Look at all the trees

It has been over a week since I left Washington, D.C. for my summer vacation. The vacation didn’t actually start until Wednesday, but I made the most of working in New York on… Continue reading

You say tomato, I say f*** you.

Originally posted on Taking It All In:
Tomato or tom-ah-to. Silly changes in words mean so much to the people of England.  Learning the “proper” English lingo has been quite exciting.  From walking…

Sunday Biking #BikeDC

Hello Summer! Memorial Day weekend has now passed our calendar year, which means that summer is in full swing. For many people summer means traveling and being outdoors. This past weekend, the D.C.… Continue reading

Memorial Day Weekend: Welcome Tourists To DC

Well it’s that time of year again! Summer, this means our nations capital is going to be hot, humid and filled with tourists. It’s not a problem, but here are some guidelines for… Continue reading

Summer Music Has Hit DC

This week kicked off my summer music season. There were a bunch of awesome artists in town, which makes for not only a busy week, but also an insane weekend. I wanted to… Continue reading

Athens Food Bank Food Festival at Terrapin

Being in Nature

There’s something about taking a trip outside the city with some good friends that can really brighten up a week. On Monday I started planning this Saturday adventure by asking my friend Dan… Continue reading

Growing up in Princeton

Over the weekend I went home to my mom’s house in Princeton, New Jersey to celebrate her birthday. But it just so happened to be Easter weekend so the entire family was in… Continue reading

#BikeDC: Get Cherry Blossom Ready

There are so many wonderful thing to do and see in D.C. that I’ve taken some time off from travel and made a point to spend more time in this city where I… Continue reading

Out of Hibernation

Every year the District of Columbia follows a seasonal cycle. When the cold of late November trickles in the city becomes somewhat of a deserted and abandoned city. There are few signs of… Continue reading