Traveling to Newburgh, Indiana, during the coronavirus was not something I had planned on.
Whether you are visiting New England for leaf peeping, mountain hiking or apple picking, there are multitudes of fall things to do! As my husband is a new resident of New Hampshire, I introduced him to this autumn bucket list. The first item on the list for September is to Pick Your Own Apples.
September. The month we all begin to dream about pumpkin spice, hot cider, warm color palettes and leaf peeping. While I love this month for all those reasons, I am excited to start this season with my new curly hairstyle!
If you’ve been on the lake or rivers this summer, then you’ve seen someone gliding through the water on their stand-up paddle board.
In the two months we’ve been living in New Hampshire we have seen all four seasons. Everything from snow and freezing temperatures to humid, 90+ degree days. Over Memorial Day weekend, we had unseasonably warm temperatures so we decided to hit the mountains to cool off. That leads me to today’s topic: Where to Cool Off When It’s Hot in New Hampshire – Kancamagus Highway. (Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive a small affiliate commission. This helps keep my blog running!) Kancamagus Highway The “Kanc”, as the locals casually refer to it, is a 34.5 mile scenic drive through the White Mountain National Forest. According to TripAdvisor.com it is #1 of 33 best things to do in Conway, New Hampshire. Be prepared to put the top down and take in…
While it may not feel like summer (or spring for that matter) in New England, June is right around the corner. We are officially one month away from Father’s Day and I’m gathering gift ideas for my dad, the ultimate outdoorsman. Since most of us are currently in quarantine, shopping on Amazon makes it easy. I have compiled a list of 10 Father’s Day Gifts for the Outdoorsman all currently under $60 each. (Disclosure: Some of the product links in this post are affiliate links. This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive a small affiliate commission. This helps keep my blog running!) Before you check out my list, I will give you a brief summary of my dad’s interests. If your dad sounds anything like mine, he will be sure to enjoy any of these items. What makes an outdoorsy dad My…
It was a sad day as I strolled into Sanctuary Salon and Spa for my last curly girl cut. In two weeks, Nick and I would be moving to New Hampshire. Taking a plane flight to Cornelius, North Carolina, for a hair cut is a bit out of the question. Although, I have considered it! That’s how much I love my stylist.
The goal for this DevaCurl cut was long lasting shape as I did not know when my next cut would be. Below are the details on how my stylists cut and styled my curls.
This is my first weekly recap. I’ve wanted to try this for a while now, but haven’t gotten around to it. I think it’s the best way to share what’s happening in my kitchen, what and how I’m photographing places and things, and travel updates!
My heart will forever be in New England. There is something about your childhood home that always calls you back. When you visit, all those nostalgic emotions and feelings bubble up inside you. The good and the bad. With maturity and time, the good memories always seem the most real. For my birthday, my family sent me plane tickets for a 7 day New Hampshire Getaway. Last year, my parents sold my childhood home and moved to Lake Waukewan. This visit was to experience everything their new place had to offer. I wasn’t disappointed. If you aren’t familiar with the Lakes Region of NH, Lake Waukewan is located in the towns of Meredith, New Hampton and Center Harbor. It feeds Lake Winnipesaukee via a waterfall you can visit at Mill Falls Marketplace. This blog is to share my personal adventures with the hope that your New Hampshire summer vacation might…