Constant Need For Distraction

I think many of us are guilty of living our lives clouded by distractions. We work so hard in our everyday lives, that we enjoy the carefree feeling that mindless activities bring. Distraction is fine in moderation, but it can take on a life of its own. It can hold you back from important experiences... Continue Reading →


Quick Getaway to Asheville pt. II

Asheville has become like a second home to my husband and I. We have all our go to shops and restaurants. There’s nothing like Asheville in the summer, but I enjoy visiting in the winter as well. Regardless of the season, we seem to always end our night in Downtown Asheville.  During the past few... Continue Reading →

Quick Getaway to Asheville

Last weekend my husband and I decided to take a quick trip to Asheville, NC. We both had a three day weekend and it seemed like the perfect opportunity. We agreed that we wanted to stay somewhere nice enough to relax and feel at home.  The trip is a two hour distance by car. We... Continue Reading →

A Christmas Themed Vacation Pt. II 

I’ve been to Gatlinburg,TN numerous times, but this was my first December visit. Usually it’s more of a fall destination for me. The town goes all out with fall harvest decor and the Oktoberfest celebration . I wondered if the town would be just as festive for the Christmas season.  Gatlinburg,TN is a small town... Continue Reading →

A Christmas Themed Vacation 

On the first weekend of December, my husband and I decided to get out of town. Our destination would be Asheville,NC. We’d go to all our favorite restaurants, Christmas shops, and attend the Winter lights event. Winter lights is a special holiday event at the North Carolina Aboretum, where you can view Christmas light displays. ... Continue Reading →

Montezuma Castle National Monument

The Montezuma Castle National Monument was the fourth national monument established in the United States. Montezuma’s Castle was once the apartment building of a native cliff dwelling community. It was built approximately 900 years ago, and abandoned approximately 600 years ago. Up until 1951 visitors could climb ladders to tour the inside of the monument.... Continue Reading →

Desert Botanical Garden pt. 2

Here's the continuation of photos I took while walking through the beautiful Desert Botanical Garden! I definitely fell in love with desert plants. Who knew there were so many variations of the cactus! I'm still obsessed with all things cactus five months later. I love that beauty can be found in land that's often perceived... Continue Reading →

Desert Botanical Garden pt.1

When I visited Arizona this summer, the Desert Botanical Garden was a must on my list! The Desert Botanical Garden is located in Phoenix, Arizona. It's within a few miles of the beautiful Papago park and the Phoenix zoo. It's the perfect area for an eventful nature filled day. I would of done it all,... Continue Reading →

Anniversary in Sedona| Photo Diary

In June of this year, I spent my first wedding anniversary in a place that is very special to me. I visited Sedona, AZ twice in my teen years and I've dreamed of going back. To me the Arizona terrain is perfection. Within a few hours drive you can leave the deserts of Phoenix and... Continue Reading →

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