A lot has been going on around here. For starters, I finally broke down and started a Twitter account. I have decided to grow it organically and I am excited to see if it take off. However, I was completely dumb founded when I first started it and by no means have it figured out. But, I’m just taking it one day at a time, though I don’t think i’ll ever get use to the expectation of “tweeting” every two hours.
Luckily, I also invested in Co-Scheduel and found that I now have Buffer at my command. I cannot tell you what a life saver all of these programs are and I’ve been so excited to learn how to use them.
Edward is done with school so we are both ecstatic. With that being said, we have nothing holding us back anymore and we are in trip planning mode. My sister is coming into town for a little while in June, so we were thinking of maybe going down memory lane and spending some time in Savannah and Tybee for a week. On top of that, my birthday is coming and I think we’ve narrowed it down to Charleston. I love everything about that city but overall I’m excited to introduce Edward to everything the city has to offer. Those are only two of the many trips we have planned but I’ll save the rest for later.
Caileigh and Holly are two sister who started an awesome blog called The Brave Little Cheesehead. This past week they collaborated with fellow female travelers to provide you an article on 12 things you need to remember before your next trip.
Not to long ago I stumbled upon Kisty’s blog, Kisty Creatives. And I must say it has grown on me. I really enjoyed her photo diary of Hallim Park. You really must check it out; it’s quite beautiful!
Andrea once again wooed us all with her creativity. Stop by and see what your horoscope has to say for you. I am a gemini and let me tell you I was thrilled about mine.
[su_quote cite=”Andrea | No Money Will Travel ” url=”http://nomoneywilltravel.com/2015/05/01/travel-horoscopes/”]Extremely independent, Geminis avoid rules and itineraries at all costs. Looking to experience the world on their own, they value their freedom just as much as they value the wisdom that comes along with it. Adaptable, they would thrive in any given situation on any given continent. A Gemini would love a solo backpacking adventure. Where? Thailand, of course! As long as there are no expectations, Geminis will use their wit and energy to embark on an unforgettable and life-changing journey. They might come for the price, but they’ll stay for the beaches, views, temples, and booze![/su_quote]
Julia is the writer behind Explores More. This past week she wrote an article on how to keep your sanity while on a long train ride. Check out her blog and find out all the other travel advice she has to offer you.
This week’s sweet tooth is one of epic proportions, so when I was scanning Camille Styles and came across Katie’s Kentucky Derby Pie Milkshake. I almost died of envy. Go to the blog, print out the recipe, and try it for yourself. You won’t regret it; it’s delicious.
I feel like a broken record when I say that A Beautiful Mess has there shiz figured out. I don’t know where they come up with all of these ideas, but what I do know is that I loved last weeks personalized dog tag. I will definitely be making one for Carly. Stella would just eat it, so therefore, I won’t waste my time with that one.
Birthdays and anniversaries are around the corner and Edward and I have been racking our brains on something special to do for our 1 year wedding anniversary. I know traditionally the first year gift is meant to be paper, but why not substitute paper with skin and get a matching tattoo together. So, it’s been decided and the number one contender in the King & Queen of hearts tattoo.
In true women’s fashion I got bored this week and went internet shopping. I’ve been cooking a lot lately and I get so frustrated because I keep misplacing all my recipe cards or spilling raw eggs, ect on them. But I found this amazing kitchen dock. It’s still pre-order but I think it’s worth it.
I collaborated with some amazing bloggers this week and we wrote an article on delicious foods that you can find around the world.
We all have a bucket list, but do you have a reverse bucket list? Stop by and see what all I’ve already accomplished on my list.
Every month I like to review what I’ve been feeling, doing, making, and searching for. Stop by and get to know me a little better with my month’s review.
As always, I do a Week’s End article and if you missed it last time, stop by to catch up on my life and seeing everything the blogging world has to offer.