Archive for April, 2008

solo dining

Thursday, April 10th, 2008

I solo traveled two nights ago, well not really. I met a friend at a restaurant in the south end of Boston and I arrived a half hour early so I sat at the bar alone and had a glass of wine –  no computer, no book, no nothing. Okay so I made one call, but it […]

crazy cupcakes

Monday, April 7th, 2008

I don’t even really like cup cakes that much, I don’t know why I keep blogging about them. I’m more of a cookie and ice cream type of girl. But Mike and I go to the Bakery on the Common in Natick, MA all the time to grab coffee and every time I become so […]

travel with a lighter carbon footprint…

Saturday, April 5th, 2008

It might be because Earth Day is approaching, but for some reason I have been catching a lot of eco-travel tips out there. Take The Road Less Harmful with advice from Erin Walsh on ivillage. [Taken from ivillage.com] From hotels to transportation to travel agents, organizations are really making an effort to reduce their carbon […]

Time for Change + Chance to Win a Trip to the Galapagos

Saturday, April 5th, 2008

I am going to insert part of one of the many email updates I receive from the World Wildlife Fund. Click here to find out how you can make a difference Join WWF this Earth Day in our fight to make change. 1. Commit to make a change Tell us how you will help make […]

travel bug – not that kind…

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008

The other day I had a freak out at work. About everyone I know is or has been recently sick. At about 5:45 p.m. a headache came over me and it wasn’t until then that I realized, I could get sick too. I frantically raced to follow up with colleagues in case I could not […]

green collectables

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008

Wherever I go I have a habit of collecting tons of handouts, postcards, businesscards, etc. as if I will actually take the time to sit down and scrap book or something. On Sunday, I traveled all the way to the Hynes Convention Center downtown to the Going Green Expo on a whim. So, instead of […]