Ah, the land of lobsters and clam chowder is calling my name after all these years. There's just one small problem. I'm allergic to it. All of it. I can't have seafood, and I'm off to the land that's famous for it! I have only ever been to Maine with as much as I can count … Continue reading Off to Maine!
There's just no question that Monday mornings are rough. You have an alarm clock that's going off waking you up out of the slumber of your life as you're recovering from a long weekend and suddenly you find yourself stumbling around the kitchen chugging cups of coffee with one eye open. Guilty. There is a way to … Continue reading Tips on how to improve your Monday morning routine
Still trying to figure out your weekend plans? There is a lot happening on this gorgeous summer weekend here in New England! Here is a rundown of some of the more popular happenings. Connecticut Wine, wine, and more wine. Join the Connecticut Wine Trail in Goshen Saturday & Sunday at the fairgrounds for a taste … Continue reading Happenings weekend of July 22nd in New England
If you want a life of adventure, seek it. That's what I say to myself everyday. One day you're trying to sell lemonade at a lemonade stand as a kid and the next you're being fed lemons by a nurse at a nursing home. Life if just too darn short to sit back and watch … Continue reading The highest peak in Connecticut offers up world-class views
You aren't getting any younger. That's a line that sticks out to me as I wander through life. So many of us go about our day to day lives trying to figure out where exactly we want to end up. We always say theres next year, but is there really? So many things can throw a … Continue reading Get the most out of life with a roadmap
In the true spirit of a wino on the road, I just had to research where the nearest winery was in the vicinity to where I am staying here in the greater Boston area. To my surprise, I didn't have to drive far to get access to some of the best the area has to … Continue reading A winery the Pilgrims would be proud of
One of the many things that I love the most about traveling is the ability to get in touch with the natural world. On the road, there are a variety of ways to do just that. Most recently, I explored a secret garden in the famed and fortuned Litchfield Hills of Connecticut. Nothing says nature … Continue reading An English garden in an American countryside