This mini series on the blog is called Florida Spotlight, and it'll highlight amazing places in Florida. Simple enough, right? Last weekend my hometown friends drove up to Tallahassee to celebrate my birthday with me. I wanted to do something that would bring my childhood friends together with my Tallahassee crew, so of course a beach day was in the works. And what better place to have a birthday beach bash than Bald Point State Park?!
April and May have been a whirlwind of activity! I climbed all over the Southeast, ate the best vegan cinnamon rolls ever, found a new passion, made a major lifestyle change, and listed to live music. Here's a lil' life update and a glimpse into my life over the past two months.
In December of 2017 my family and I visited Montreal and Quebec City. We went to so many amazing restaurants and even found vegan food in unexpected places, so I decided it would be worth it to dedicate an entire post to vegan eats in both cities. Enjoy!
Nestled on the border between Arizona and Utah is one of the prettiest places in the Southwest. Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is home to iconic views, and is one of the most photographed places on Earth.
Utah's Mighty 5 National Parks are Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Arches, and Canyonlands. Each National Park is full of awe-inspiring views, adventurous hikes, and incredible rock formations. This is my comprehensive guide for experiencing the most of each park.
Montreal and Quebec City are two vibrant and lively cities in the heart of the Quebec province of Canada that are worth visiting. Both cities have a lot to offer, from museums to shopping to outdoor attractions, and are easy to navigate and explore. Here is my ultimate guide on how to survive winter in Montreal and Quebec City, with some tips and tricks for how to have fun while staying warm! Despite being a native Floridian, I’m pretty familiar with being cold; I’ve gone skiing in North Carolina, walked on a glacier in Alaska, and traveled to the UK last winter. That being said, traveling to Canada this December…
This is a story about Zion, fear, and personal growth. I remember standing on a thin ledge with over 1,000ft drops on either side of me, feeling as if my life were coming to an end. My heart was pounding so hard my entire body shook with the force of it, my palms were sweaty, and my hands quivered involuntarily. Each breath was faster than the last and despite my best efforts to hold everything in silent tears were streaming down my face. I have always believed that no matter how impossible something seemed I could get through it. That my ambition, determination, and sheer will were enough to carry me through any situation.…