Road Trip Stop #3: Roseburg, OR

We stayed at Whistler’s Bend County Park Campground for 5 days and 5 nights. I am not going to lie. When we pulled into this campground, after our first 2 Private RV spots, I was skeptical. When I found out that neither of us had service (therefore, we couldn’t use Jacob’s Hot Spot for wifiContinue reading “Road Trip Stop #3: Roseburg, OR”

Road Trip Stop #2: Gold Beach, OR

We spent 4.5 days and 4 nights at Turtle Rock RV Resort in Gold Beach, Oregon. Hi. This place has private decks with hot tubs on them. That’s all. That’s the sell. Go book a spot now. They even have cottages/cabins in case you don’t have a trailer! There was a short walk over toContinue reading “Road Trip Stop #2: Gold Beach, OR”

Once Upon a Time, there was a girl with no chill and lack of understanding her limits and boundaries. So her husband planned a month long road trip in the hopes of forcing her to chill and actually set real boundaries. And they lived happily ever after. The end.

[jk it’s not the end guys] It’s March 2020. The United States is in a lockdown that we thought would be 2 weeks. You mean I don’t have to sit in traffic for 2 weeks? Sign me up. I remember asking my fiance (now husband) if he thought it would last until Memorial Day. HeContinue reading “Once Upon a Time, there was a girl with no chill and lack of understanding her limits and boundaries. So her husband planned a month long road trip in the hopes of forcing her to chill and actually set real boundaries. And they lived happily ever after. The end.”

Cooking: F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Taste of France

Do I have two French cookbooks? You bet your ass I do. I’ve always been fascinated with France (in general) and specifically Paris. Call me a romantic. I’ve been to Paris 3 times and I still love it. I remember buying this book AGES ago. This may actually be my oldest cookbook (in terms ofContinue reading “Cooking: F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Taste of France”

March 2022 in Books

When I think of the books I read in March, “random” is the first word that comes to mind. One of them has been on my TBR (to be read) list for ages. Two of them I waited in anticipation for. Two of them I had no idea what I was getting into before IContinue reading “March 2022 in Books”

Cooking: Half Baked Harvest (Pt 2)

As you all know, I love Half Baked Harvest. I just got her 3rd book and I can’t wait to dive in. This book is the one I go for when I need something a little easier than her first book. Personally, I think both her books are great for everyone. The recipes are fairlyContinue reading “Cooking: Half Baked Harvest (Pt 2)”

Cooking: Vibrant & Pure

This was another book that I picked up at Therapy. It intrigued me because I feel like it’s a great balance between being overly healthy and indulging. The ingredients are so fresh. Don’t get me wrong though, this is an ingredient heavy book! You will be consumed with a lot of chopping and preparing andContinue reading “Cooking: Vibrant & Pure”