I Saw the “Miranda Sings: Who Wants My Kid?” Show

HATERS BACK OFF! I fulfilled a teenage dream of going to a Miranda Sings / Colleen Ballinger Show. If you don’t know who Miranda Sings is, she is a YouTube character played by Colleen Ballinger with over 10 million followers. Colleen created her many years ago and started a YouTube channel about Miranda and her story. From that channel, Colleen has been able to produce … Continue reading I Saw the “Miranda Sings: Who Wants My Kid?” Show

Solo Travel VS. With Someone

I’ve recently done quite a bit of solo traveling recently, and I’ve come to find a few differences between solo travel versus when you travel with someone. If you’re a little iffy or confused about what it’s like to travel solo versus with someone else,  here is a few things that I’ve found during my traveling experiences: TIME Time management is always challenging while traveling. … Continue reading Solo Travel VS. With Someone

All Fun & No Work in New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans is one of my top favorite places I’ve ever traveled to… like, ever. I can’t say that about many places, and I continue to go back and enjoy my time there. In fact, I plan on making another trip again soon (look out for that post!). New Orleans is located in the far southeast of Louisiana, where the Mississippi River spits out into … Continue reading All Fun & No Work in New Orleans, Louisiana

Top 5 Things To Do in Houston, Texas

Houston, Texas is one of my favorite places in America! I love it so much that I moved back here after graduation, and I want to share one of my favorite cities with my fellow bloggers and web searchers! Here are a ~few~ things that I think is exceptionally fun in Houston, Texas! 1) Immerse yourself in history at Space Center Houston and NASA Johnson … Continue reading Top 5 Things To Do in Houston, Texas

Going Back in Time in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Last year I took a roadtrip from Washington D.C. to Tucson, AZ, and made a spontaneous stop in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was on my bucket list and I am so glad that I made the stop. I only had a couple of hours to stop, so I was only able to see the Liberty Bell and walk Independence National Historic Park, but what I saw … Continue reading Going Back in Time in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

“Where Art and History Meet” in Tubac, Arizona

A hidden gem of southern Arizona is the small artsy town of Tubac. Tubac resides 45 miles south of Tucson and 24 miles north of Nogales, a border town with Mexico.  But don’t let its distance with Mexico scare you, although you do have to pass through border patrol on your way back north to Tucson. My family has been visiting Tubac for years, everyone … Continue reading “Where Art and History Meet” in Tubac, Arizona

A Day in Historical Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia

Harper’s Ferry, WV, is best known as a historical site for a quite horrible and bloody abolitionist raid in 1859, but has since turned into a beautiful historic town with beautiful views. It sits right on the border between West Virginia, Maryland and Virginia, where the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers meet. I went to Harper’s Ferry on a day trip from Washington D.C., where I … Continue reading A Day in Historical Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia

A Couple Hours at the St. Louis Gateway Arch, Missouri

Visiting the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, was one of my favorite experiences from last summer! At the time, I had been roadtripping from Washington D.C. to Tucson, Arizona, and I specifically made St. Louis a stop on my drive because I wanted to see the giant arch. The Gateway Arch is a 630-foot tall monument located in St. Louis. It was constructed in … Continue reading A Couple Hours at the St. Louis Gateway Arch, Missouri