Making New Year’s Resolutions You’ll Want to Keep

New Year’s Eve, in my book, is easily one of the worst holidays. The entire celebration is built around the traditions of staying up later than you would like and kissing someone at midnight, likely in public. No food, no presents. No thank you. The only redeeming tradition is the champagne. That I can getContinue reading “Making New Year’s Resolutions You’ll Want to Keep”

Seattle Travel Guide

A few months ago, a friend and I decided we wanted to take a trip to Scotland in December. We started to come up with an itinerary and look for the best flight options. We found an ice cream shop we wanted to visit in Edinburgh—we were committed. But soon enough, we realized that internationalContinue reading “Seattle Travel Guide”

Atlanta Travel Guide

I don’t go to the South. Or at least that’s what I make a point of telling people. I’ve only gone to Florida and Texas before, and have been informed that those do not “count” as the South. But when my friend asked if anyone would join her on her non-refundable* trip to Atlanta, IContinue reading “Atlanta Travel Guide”

Let’s Go: 12 Trips in 12 Months

With the end of the year approaching, I started to look back on what I’ve done this year—more or less to figure out how I possibly could have wasted so much time. I obsessively keep track of everything I do on my calendar, so it wasn’t hard to figure it out: I started a new job,Continue reading “Let’s Go: 12 Trips in 12 Months”

Cookbook Club Picks for Beginners

Since I’ve already convinced you that you need to start a cookbook club, you’re going to need some cookbook options. Below are all of the books my cookbook club has used so far. If you’re wondering why there are only six books, it’s because we love to repeat when the book has a large amountContinue reading “Cookbook Club Picks for Beginners”

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Start A Cookbook Club

Back in January 2016, I made a resolution: I was going to start a cookbook club. I had read about cookbook clubs many months before, but wasn’t sure it was something that I could do. Admittedly, I wasn’t a great cook. Cooking meat terrified me (JK it still does). I didn’t know how people wereContinue reading “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Start A Cookbook Club”