Tasting Table Lobster Rumble.

Last Thursday, I had the opportunity to experience something I’d only dreamed of. The Tasting Table Lobster Rumble. If you know me personally or have been reading this blog for a while (refer to this very important post), then you know that I think lobster rolls should actually be their own food group. I would eat one every day if I could.

Hilton Head Travel Diary.

This past weekend was, for lack of a better word, out of a dream. Hilton Head Island invited Jess, Hallie, Caitlin and I down to the island for a long weekend full of golf (The RBC Heritage Tournament), R&R, and good Southern food. I’d never been before, so I wasn’t sure exactly what to expect, but I fell in love with the island. We stayed in the most amazing house in Sea Pines, right on the beach.

Hilton Head Packing List.

You guys. I am really, really excited. Tomorrow, I’m flying down to Southern Carolina for a long weekend in Hilton Head. I’ve never been before (if you have, pleaaase leave me your suggestions in the comments!) The visitor’s bureau actually invited Jess, Hallie, Caitlin, and I down for a weekend of sightseeing, golf (we’re going to the RBC Heritage golf tournament), and…

Back to Charleston!

Oh, Charleston. If you’re a long time reader in these parts you know how much I love that city. I was lucky enough to visit this past October (you can read my recap of the trip here) and just fell in love with everything about it. The people, the architecture, the food, the culture.. I could go on. It’s actually really funny because during the three short days that I was there…

Travel Diary: Turks & Caicos.

Back in September, JetBlue invited me to experience JetBlue Getaways, and I had to pinch myself. JetBlue is my favorite airline (is it completely ridiculous to have a favorite airline?) because of the quality of their service (I swear, they have the nicest flight attendants), the snacks (yes, this is a very important factor), and “Even More Space” which is a must if you are tall (and insist on always carrying on like I do.)

Art Basel Photo Diary.

I’ve always loved art. In school, grades seven through ten were a particularly rough point in my life (awkward, awkward, awkward… bangs, braces, frizzy hair, glasses… I could go on) but my art classes were always what got me through the week. The studio was my sanctuary and one of the …

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