10 Easy Houseplants for Beginners

I haven’t really talked about this on my blog yet, but I’ve recently become quite obsessed with houseplants. Over the past year or so, I’ve accumulated over 50 houseplants in my tiny apartment. (I know, it’s a problem.) From my trials and tribulations of owning houseplants, I’ve learned that some plants are easiest to care for than others. Here are my top favorite and easy … Continue reading 10 Easy Houseplants for Beginners

Oh Dam! Exploring Downtown Spokane, Washington State

Spokane, Washington, is one of the most beautiful places I’ve visited in the Pacific Northwest. It’s located near the border of Washington State and Idaho and is a fairly small but growing city. Just like my hometown of Tucson, Arizona, it’s large and growing, but quite small compared with their sister cities, Phoenix, AZ, and Seattle, WA. Spokane is one of the most tranquil places … Continue reading Oh Dam! Exploring Downtown Spokane, Washington State

I Tried Walking My Cat for the First Time…

If you haven’t met Fred, meet Fred. He’s a young orange tabby boy and the best cuddler on the planet. He’s a rescue and I’ve had him for a few months now, living with me in my apartment. Unfortunately… he’s getting a little chubby. And what do you do when you start getting a little soft? You exercise! Aka., you go on walks. So… I … Continue reading I Tried Walking My Cat for the First Time…

You Grow Girl! Flower blossoms in Manito Park, Washington State

What a bloomin’ treat! Have a few hours in Spokane? Definitely go visit Manito Park! Whether you’re a nature lover or have a “black” thumb, everyone will appreciate this beautiful park. Located a few miles from downtown Spokane is Manito Park. Manito Park is a free and very beautiful botanical garden run by the city of Spokane. The park is 90 acres and includes five … Continue reading You Grow Girl! Flower blossoms in Manito Park, Washington State

Getting Back to Nature at Armand Bayou Nature Center, Texas

In the outskirts of Houston near Webster, Texas, you can find the Armand Bayou Nature Center.  Lush trees, swampy atmosphere, chirping birds, turtles, spiders, alligators… and BISON! (yes, bison!) You can find all of this and more at the nature center. The Armand Bayou is one of my favorite places to escape to in my area. It has three main walking trails that are about … Continue reading Getting Back to Nature at Armand Bayou Nature Center, Texas