My next travel guide is all about Seattle. The city is surrounded by mountains, water, and evergreen forests. I visited for a quick summer vacay this July with my Dad and two sisters. I fell in love with the West Coast that week and never wanted to leave.
August flew by and now I’m welcoming September with only four more months until the new year. I’m looking forward to cooler weather and being able to spend more time outdoors. I spent Labor Day weekend surfing in St. Augustine with Noah, Shelby, and dad.
Plastic. It’s EVERYWHERE. I’m not kidding. Just peep into your local grocery store, order something online or get a coffee at Starbucks and you will find plastic on everything. We bottle our water in it, wrap our food in it, and package our Amazon orders with it. Up until this year, I wasn’t aware of my plastic consumption. Don’t get me wrong, I knew that recycling was important but that didn’t mean that I always took the time to do it.
We were in Montreal for two days and were lucky enough to experience a “locals” way of living while still enjoying some of the tourist attractions. I’ve compiled my favorites spots into a blog post for you guys to experience the city and all it has to offer. So whether you are visiting for a long weekend or only have a day or two, this travel guide to Montreal is a perfect place to start.
It’s been a busy month so far with getting back from a family trip and immediately moving to a new house but I still wanted to pop on here and share some of my monthly intentions and Spotify playlist.
Last month, I headed to Canada with my mom and sisters on a family vacation. Though the cities are only five hours apart, they are drastically different. My sister, Shelby was in charge of planning our time in Toronto, and she did not disappoint. We ate, drank, and shopped at some of the most memorable restaurants, cafes, and markets.
This past weekend I spent the day with friends hanging out at Alligator Point. It was a long overdue beach day filled with volleyball, pups playing in the sand and soaking up the sunshine. I couldn’t have asked for a better start to June.
I have dreamed of painting a mural for as long as I can remember. It has always seemed like such a daunting task yet, at the same time so empowering to have your art on public display. So when I was given the opportunity to paint a small commissioned mural in Tallahassee I was ecstatic. I picked out my colors at the local paint store, gathered my brushes, ladder, and tarp and got to work.
It looks like I need to start being more intentional about posting my monthly intentions at the beginning of the month. But hey, better later than never. Before I get to my May Intentions I wanted to show you some photos from my adventures this month.