Posts tagged Travel
Presidents’ Day Weekend: Park City, Utah

Happy, happy Wednesay. How are you? How has winter been treating you? For many of us, winter can be a trying time of year. It’s cold. And dark. And depending on where you live, maybe the sky is a recurring shade of grey. Thankfully, winter in Denver is fairly mild, and there seems to be plenty of hygge to go around.

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Union, Washington and Lake Tahoe, California

Hi, friends. Happy Friday! Long time no chat — apologies for the radio silence. How are you? I hope August has treated you well. If we were sitting in a spacious coffee shop, sipping on something iced and enjoying the warm summer breeze, our conversation would probably revolve around the following: change.


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Hanging Lake, Colorado

And just like that, it's the end of August. Luckily in Colorado, we still have plenty of sun-drenched afternoons and warm weather ahead of us. But still. Where does the time go? I'm currently sitting at my desk, thinking about all of the places and activities I planned to see and do this summer. 

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Eats, Lately: July 2017

Happy Sunday! It's almost the end of the month (does anyone else feel like July flew by?), so I'm back with a slew of food photos. This round features a few of July's breakfasts, dinners, and everything in between. If you missed my first post in this series, hop over to my Eats, Lately: June 2017

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Rittenhouse Square, Pennsylvania

One of the things I love about travel is experiencing life as a local. I have an affinity for grocery shopping where the locals grocery shop and eating dinner where the locals stop for dinner. I’ll stroll through parks and eclectic neighborhoods or even sign up for a group exercise class, just to get my bearings. And while Airbnb has paved the path for this type of travel, having a best friend who lends you her (or his) apartment is even better. Especially if that apartment is located in one of the most quaint, idyllic parts of a city.

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Denver Botanic Gardens

Happy Tuesday, friends. How are you? If we were sitting down together, I'd tell you that it's been a relentless last few weeks for me. From attending an all-women's leadership camp in Boulder to helping host a jam-packed, two-day tech conference in Denver, to rounding out last weekend by brainstorming with my friends over at PlayHard GiveBack, I'm running on empty.

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Atlanta, Georgia

My husband was born and raised in Hyvinkää, Finland. That's approximately 5,000 miles from where I grew up. Like most Finns, he’s kind, inquisitive, and very smart. He’s creative and loves music. He’s impressively sociable, except when it comes to strangers in elevators. True to his roots, he embraces cold weather. The mountains are always calling, and skiing is a daringly effortless activity. 

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