When I hear that someone is headed to travel to Colorado, the majority are staying in Denver – and with good reason. The city is a great, central hub for entrance to the Rockies and is surrounded by fantastic hiking choices. (Oh, and not to […]
St. Louis is hashtag blessed to have an abundance of vegan and vegetarian restaurants/options. It’s surprising, I know, given that we are in a redder than red state known for our BBQ. But luckily, for me, we have at least four restaurants that I can […]
“How does it feel to be a quarter of the way to 100?” I asked my friend Shipley, who is a mere 4 days older than me. “I feel just like a quarter does whenever sitting next to the other change – large and in […]
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3 weeks agoby goalsandgarbageWishing I was back in NOLA for this Mardi Gras. The warm weather and Hurricanes made up for the fact that I was nearly concussed by the flying beads last year. Can’t wait to go back in (hopefully) April!
3 days agoby goalsandgarbageNot so surprise! Remember when I wrote that blog post about saving money? I used it to buy a house. Read about why - link in my bio . I swear no matter which way I turn this photo, I can’t stinking get it to look symmetrical. This is bugging me.
3 weeks agoby goalsandgarbageOne of my favorite photos taken at Senso-ji. I know I just blah blah-ed in my last photo about how much I like finding old architecture in a sea of new construction, but damn, walking into this was definitely quintessential.
1 week agoby goalsandgarbageWhen I was younger, I had precisely zero interest in traveling throughout the United States. As far as I was concerned, all of the beauty and excitement of the world could not be confined within our borders. Then I grew up. And I realized embarrassingly that I had been making a wide and stupid assumption that a country as big and diverse as ours couldn’t be outstanding. As I have gotten older, I have now made it more of a priority to travel within the U.S. and I am glad I have. I’ve been to Mardi Gras in NOLA, I’ve