Vail // Itinerary & What to Know by a Ski-Newbie

When Mom gave me the go-ahead to plan our Thanksgiving Break vacation we knew we wanted to go skiing, after looking at flights, conveniency, and things to do for all of us, I booked our flights to Denver and started planning! I ended up booking our flights through the Hopper app, but usually Priceline. or directly through Delta. We would fly from Atlanta to Denver. … Continue reading Vail // Itinerary & What to Know by a Ski-Newbie

Favorite Sunnies under $30 (Do you know which brand I’m about to share!?)

Designer sunglasses are a no-go for me. They will be left in my grooming bag, fall in between my seats, get lost in the bottom of my tack trunk… But that doesn’t mean I don’t want to look like I’m wearing designer sunglasses. When in Austin a few months ago, i snagged a pair from Free People for $25! After they were stepped on (of … Continue reading Favorite Sunnies under $30 (Do you know which brand I’m about to share!?)

Vegas : Keep to the Itinerary

IMG_4381This is the very first post of what I hope will be a fun new addition to the blog. I am by no means a world traveler, but I have added a few Delta sky miles to my account this year.  For my first travel post, I’d like to share some of the adventures and sights from a recent trip to Viva Las Vegas! Hurrah! The trip was for a wedding that I was participating in; much of the sight-seeing was squeezed inbetween the wedding festivities.  Fortunately, I had made prior restaurant reservations the weeks before using OpenTable and used a GoogleDocs spreadsheet to plan a rough itinerary for the four days we were in the city. Continue reading “Vegas : Keep to the Itinerary”