Hi. I’m Having a Quarter-Life Crisis

Originally published on Thought Catalog. My quarter life crisis is hitting me on the cusp of turning 28. if you’re over 40, you’ll read this and tell me that I’m still young, but I’m not so sure – and this is why.   Growing up, my mother always told me that I was going to […]

The Beach Boys at the Scottish Rite Auditorium

As I made my way through the hoards of fans, all braving the latest nor’easter to bomb the East Coast on the official first day of spring, their puffy coats and wet boots creaking and slipping along the tiled floor, the ticket taker said to me, “Aren’t you a little too young for this? Are […]

Disney’s Old Key West Resort, FL

If you’ve ever wanted to eat the most decedent biscuits and gravy in the entire world, look no further than Disney’s Old Key West Resort in Florida. I’ve stayed at this resort three times, and only ever discovered the wonderfulness that is Olivia’s Cafe back in 2015. I could kick myself for missing out on […]

Walt Disney World at Christmas

  I’m such a Disney fanatic that it doesn’t matter what time of year I visit the magical House of Mouse; all that matters is that I’m there and biting down into a turkey leg within my first twenty minutes after arrival. The first time I’d visited Walt Disney World at Christmas was back in […]

Jersey Shore Alpacas

Because who doesn’t adore Alpacas? Back around the holidays, John and I went to visit Jersey Shore Alpacas after watching them on an episode of Weekend Philler. Trust me when I tell you, these furry little creatures did not disappoint. (Me and John, Weekend Philler Senior Producer) The alpacas are kept in a corral but […]

Elk Forge B&B Inn, Maryland

We discovered Elk Forge Bed and Breakfast on a Groupon. John and I are a spontaneous couple who not only love traveling, but trying out historical and interesting landmarks across the country. This place was perfect! Elk Forge B&B is only about an hour outside Philadelphia, depending on where you’re traveling from. Truthfully speaking, John […]

Above and Beyond: Riding (and loving) Portland’s Aerial Tram

Growing up between New York and Philadelphia means that my definition of city transportation usually involves underground tunnels, urine streaked floors or a bus pass. Not in Portland, though. In Portland, if you want to commute to the other side of the city, you just casually take the Aerial Tram at the intersection of SW […]

I Asked My Best Friend 20 Questions About Her Infertility And Here’s What She Told Me (Published on Thought Catalog)

This post has been published on Thought Catalog. I’d love to preface this wonderful interview by stating that this has been one of the most powerful and inspirational conversations I’ve ever had. Infertility affects so many women and what I’ve learned through this process is how isolated these women and their partners often feel as […]