Road Trip to Annapolis

There are times when you need just a long drive and a different location to clear your head, mull through ideas and bring in some inspiration. On Saturday afternoon we drove to the… Continue reading

Happy Easter

“Then came the healing time, hearts started to shine, soul felt so fine, oh what a freeing time it was.” ― Aberjhani  

Early Spring: Fairmount Park Horticultural Center

Spring has finally sprung and the cherry blossoms are out in the Fairmount Park. It is so good to see flowers after a very long winter.

Tips on Traveling Solo with a Toddler

I travel a fair amount with my 5-year old especially in the past year. She is very much of a trooper that enjoys traveling as much as I do and is always excited to be… Continue reading

Reading Underground

Yesterday I explored a part of the now defunct Reading Railway line in center city. We ventured underground at the point where the Reading trains went underground into the city to Reading Terminal… Continue reading

Philadelphia: Eastern State Penitentiary

In the nearly 14 years I lived in Philadelphia, I have never visited the famed Eastern State Penitentiary which at one point housed the notorious Al Capone. The Penitentiary when it opened in 1829… Continue reading

Charming Spaces: Terrain & Baldwin’s Book Barn

Last week I visited 2 charming spaces outside of Philly that filled me with inspiration. Baldwin’s Book Barn is a book store housed in a barn over 5 floors. Its creaky, quaint and… Continue reading

A Dreamer

“Pay attention to what you pay attention to” – Amy Krouse Rosenthal  I read this quote this morning on Instagram and it stopped me in my tracks. I spend a lot of time… Continue reading

A Rainy California Weekend

Last weekend we took a long weekend trip to San Francisco with a road trip to Carmel. In terms of timing, it was a bad weekend to head west. California was and is… Continue reading

Exploring the Caribbean via Cruise: St. Kitts

St. Kitts was our last port of call and again, we did a simple drive around most of the island. It is the one island we visited in the southern caribbean that I felt… Continue reading