As you’ve probably guessed, I love to travel. I’m sure it comes as no surprise that my whole family loves to travel. Our family put together Our Family Bucket List of all the travel-related things we want to accomplish together, and this post discusses one of those goals in detail: visiting all fifty states of the United States of America.
Hawaii is a gorgeous travel destination, but there are some things every tourist should know before visiting. Read this post for my Top 10 Things Not to Do in Hawaii.
Located in the city of Bend, Oregon (about 160 miles from Portland), be prepared to be transported back to your 90s kid youth when you see this perfectly preserved Last Blockbuster on Earth. Yes, you read that right. There is still a Blockbuster operating in Oregon and you can totally visit it.
Before traveling to Iceland for the first time, we were so excited to learn more about its history. Food culture is really important in my family, so we especially love delving into the food history of every place we visit. Iceland was particularly fascinating to learn about due to a combination of its geographical location, its isolation as an island, the different settlements and occupations that have occurred over the years, as well as the available (and sometimes limited) resources.
Years ago, when I’d think of Austin food culture, it was BBQ and Tex-Mex. Now? Food culture in Austin is this beautiful amalgamation of numerous cuisines combined with a love of delectable, cravable, comforting food.
Disney resorts and theme parks are the happiest place on Earth for me. When I had my daughter in 2011, we started planning her first adventure to the theme parks. Here you’ll find my top ten tips for heading to Walt Disney World with a toddler.