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 … Continue reading Elk Forge B&B Inn, Maryland

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

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

Exploring Collingswood, NJ

Despite having grown up near the quaint and picturesque town of Collingswood, we've never actually spent much time taking in all the sights. The town is beautiful. It has a very down-to-earth, laid back vibe with funky stores like Inner Grove Records which has now convinced me to go out and buy a record player, … Continue reading Exploring Collingswood, NJ

Vending at Collingswood’s March Second Saturday

There is one word to describe my vending experience last night: frigid. Surprisingly, not a ton of people stroll the charming streets of Collingswood in search of that "need to own it" piece of artwork in 30 degree temps, in the dark, barely missing my table of merchandise because I chose a location with no … Continue reading Vending at Collingswood’s March Second Saturday

International Women’s Day

My mom was the perfect example. International Women's Day is meant to be celebrated the way we celebrate someone's life who has passed on. After someone leaves, all we're left to think about is the impact that they left behind; their imprint...on our hearts, on our minds, on who we've become despite whatever adversary their … Continue reading International Women’s Day

My Love Affair With The iPhone X

I bought the new iPhone X on Thursday and have been stunned by all the features it has to offer, including the sublime photo quality. I basically have been on my newest play toy non-stop since Friday morning, capturing everything from morning coffee, to afternoon coffee, and of course, late night coffee. The new camera … Continue reading My Love Affair With The iPhone X