A Few Bewitching Days in Edinburgh

  Mist like a sea moves through the city: tall medieval spires pierce through the undulating grey cloud. Suspended by some unseen force, they float above the streets. In the whole world, there’s nothing quite like the medieval skyscrapers that rise along Princes Street Gardens, majestically welcoming visitors into Old Town. Upon entering Edinburgh’s Old … More A Few Bewitching Days in Edinburgh

A Morning in Balhama & Inchcailloch Nature Preserve

We stayed in Alexandria, Scotland at the southern most tip of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, a twenty minute drive northwest of Glasgow, for three nights. Balhama is a small town from which you can access the Loch and is a jumping-off point for many visitors into the wider park. (Read more about … More A Morning in Balhama & Inchcailloch Nature Preserve

Visiting Scotland’s First National Park

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park was founded in 2002 and it’s their first national park! In comparison, the United States just celebrated the centennial of her National Park Service, which was founded in 1916 and is famously, “America’s best idea.” It’s only a twenty minute drive north west of Glasgow to get to the … More Visiting Scotland’s First National Park

My Coffee Shops

I’ve spent the last two years and seven months of my life dedicated to finding My Favorite Coffee Shop in Columbus.  Just kidding. I barely drank coffee until a year ago and my life is already thoroughly dedicated to Netflix. I can walk to all three of these cafés from home or work, but that … More My Coffee Shops

Columbus Craft

I choose beer, almost always, over any other Adult Drink. Taproom culture is a big part of my infatuation with craft beer and the great variety of quality beverage is the other part. After a year of living in Columbus, Ohio, I’m ready to talk about some of my favorite breweries. Columbus Craft Beer Week is … More Columbus Craft