staying awhile

Monday, September 17th, 2012

When you’ve got a nine to five job and have a limited number of vacation days a year, it’s easy to get a little ahead of yourself when it’s time to travel. As we planned our trip to Budapest, Mike couldn’t stop to take a breath without me finding a window of opportunity to bulk […]

i see myself eating a lot of these next week…

Friday, July 15th, 2011

Except ones that are already cooked, and are from Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island. I hope you guys have a great weekend! See you the other side…

the meaning of vacation

Monday, July 11th, 2011

Once upon a time vacation to me meant weekends and sporadic weeks away with my family. It was a road trip to a little house in Maine. In the winter it meant figure skating on a frozen lake, sledding and snowmobiling. In the summers it meant lobster, writing our names in the air with sparklers on […]

the lazy blogger’s perfect getaway

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

This guest post is by Julie Q of JQ Lounge. Julie and I go way back. A long time ago when I thought that Boston bloggers were few and far between I went to a meetup and found out that I was way off. Julie is one of those people that can get along with anyone. […]

a little house in maine

Monday, August 30th, 2010

Old photo of a vacation cottage in waterboro, maine

where in the world wednesday: san diego

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

girl getaway trip to san diego california at hotel del coronado

zipping through arenal

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

After spending our first night at Adventure Inn in San Jose, which was lovely, Mike and I woke up early to catch our bus to Arenal. Here, we stayed at Hotel Paraiso, which was kind of a destination all its own. Our room was this tiny little cabin with a porch and a set of […]

back down to earth

Monday, December 14th, 2009

Late last night Mike and I returned from our week long trip to Costa Rica. In one day we went from sweating in 90 degree heat to watching our breath tumble out of our mouths as if we were blowing smoke into the cold Boston air. Our trip was amazing. Thanks to Marina Villatoro, the […]