On June 1, 2020, the social media pages of Emeril’s New Orleans updated its guests and staff that the restaurant would remain closed until it could safely reopen. As of the date of this blog post, the Emeril’s New Orleans website displays a banner that reads: “We are temporarily closed. Please check back for updates.” … Continue reading An Awakening at Emeril’s
Our newly adopted pup takes his first road trip with me and my family. I take my first road trip since March. How will things be different for the both of us?
"The art of life lies in a constant readjustment to our surroundings."Kakuzō Okakura - “The Book of Tea” Can you remember where you were when you heard that the spread of coronavirus might be serious enough to close schools, businesses, and churches? The possibility was real enough to me when a friend sent me a … Continue reading The Winds of Change
A handy list of travel-friendly items that are easy to keep stored while you’re at home.
Prepare yourself for a luxurious experience in wellness when you visit Mandara Spa at Atlantis Paradise Island.
A digital detox can help you restore your well-being and connect with the people and things that matter.
A look back at what I’ve learned after a year of blogging, and the changes I plan to make as I grow.
(Re)Discover Your City chronicled my visit to New Orleans where I enjoyed the city with the enthusiasm of a first-time visitor. On this trip, I took my first streetcar ride, which was something I always wanted to do. The experience was so enjoyable that it left me wanting to visit again to enjoy a day-long excursion … Continue reading History In Plain Sight
A Disney Cruise is an experience that you will always remember, and preparing to sail an Eastern or Western Caribbean itinerary with Disney Cruise Line is in some ways similar to preparing for other cruises, yet not like any other cruise you will prepare for. This post will help you get ready for 7-night cruises … Continue reading Preparing for a Disney Cruise
It has been a long time since I visited New Orleans. I’ve been in the city many times, but I’ve never visited New Orleans. We travel with our kids several times a year, and I often wondered how the city of New Orleans could translate into a family-friendly travel experience. I planned a few activities … Continue reading (Re)Discover Your City