That Thing That You HAVE To Do In Salisbury, England

I was thinking about past places I’ve been today and I thought of Stonehenge. Mostly because Gloria Steinhem talks about old rock structures in her book My Life on the Road that are even OLDER than Stonehenge yet no one seems to care. Then I thought, “Who would go out of their way to see them?” Spoiler alert: The middle of the United States is … Continue reading That Thing That You HAVE To Do In Salisbury, England

Three Things I’m Nervous For On Birthright

On a tour of the fjords in September 2015 in Norway. Happy Weekend! It’s one week (+ one day) before I leave on a ten day trip to Israel – the homeland! – for Birthright. I’m sneaking in just before I age out of the newly expanded age range. Two months before I age out, to be exact – but who’s counting? I haven’t traveled … Continue reading Three Things I’m Nervous For On Birthright

How To Travel When You Have Pets

Above are my two furbabies, Gus and Playbill respectively, sitting in my carry-on suitcase that I took down from one of my closets recently to start packing for Israel. In case you’ve forgotten, I am heading to Israel on a Birthright trip just two months before I age out of the newly expanded max age for eligibility – 32. I’m excited but also kinda nervous … Continue reading How To Travel When You Have Pets

The Best Restaurants, Bars, and Cafes in New York City (according to me!)

Happy New Year everyone! I thought I’d kick this year off right: with restaurant recommendations. I’ve lived in New York City for over 14 years and I’ve been able to spot the gems here and there. I wanted to put it all in one spot for you to reference in case you plan on traveling to New York City in 2019 (which you totally should). … Continue reading The Best Restaurants, Bars, and Cafes in New York City (according to me!)

Sparkly Things in Denmark (Copenhagen, Denmark)

I really think I need to visit Copenhagen again at some point. I disliked my hostel so much and was confused at the layout of the city that I think that really put a cloud over my ability to enjoy the city. The castles were beautiful, the history was interesting, and the food was OK, but I couldn’t navigate my way around the winding, nonsensical … Continue reading Sparkly Things in Denmark (Copenhagen, Denmark)