Music and Such for Your Weekend This past weekend I was in Chicago for Lollapalooza. Although it rained the whole day, we still had an amazing time and listened to … Continue Reading →


A Nashville Weekend

Nashville, Tennessee Pete and took a small road trip the week of Memorial Day.  We started off with the Indianapolis 500, which I am not a big car racing person … Continue Reading →


Bill Cunningham Exhibition

A Cultured Afternoon One of my recent trips to NYC, I spent a rainy afternoon at the Historical Society taking in the Bill Cunningham Exhibit.  If you aren’t familiar with … Continue Reading →


A Lumberjack In Tribeca

Best Made The latest influx of super manly stores has Pete loving shopping as much as I do.   While Pete doesn’t really enjoy going to my boutiques, I find … Continue Reading →


A Roaring Night

Brothers Booth What did you do this past weekend?  I went to a party in the 1920′s.  Just got back from NYC, where my sister, a couple friends and I … Continue Reading →


Bikes and Coffee

A Brilliant Pairing I am all for a good fusion…yogalates, Brangelina, whiskey bar/flower shop, and now coffee and bikes.  We were just back in Chi-town this past weekend and came … Continue Reading →


Granada, Nicaragua

Nicaragua’s City Life Happy Monday, did you spend all weekend cozied up watching the Olympics?  As winter continues to drag, I’m sharing my second part of traveling Nicaragua with you, … Continue Reading →


San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua

Navigating Nica Pete and I just returned back from our winter get away to Nicaragua.  We both agreed we could’ve stayed another week, especially since we came home to massive … Continue Reading →


Not All Holiday Travel is Bad

Home for the Holidays I don’t know about you, but the thought of flying during the holidays causes a migraine.  Canadian airline, West Jet made it actually enjoyable for one … Continue Reading →


Christmas, New York and an Anniversary

39 Years and Counting I love being in a city for the holidays.  It was the only time living in New York I could tolerate the massive crowds of tourists. … Continue Reading →