Let me start by saying that I am a LIGHT packer and packing just a rucksack is my jam! The hubby and I just got back from visiting Cancun for 6 days. Most of that time was hanging at the resort decompressing which was glorious but what we did in excursions, you could do … Continue reading What to pack for Cancún?
...if we allow it. One of the many things that I reminded of whenever I go out to my little cabin in the woods is that you don't need a lot to get by, survive or even thrive in life. It is so easy to get caught up in the things that you want, or … Continue reading Life could be so simple…
I love wine tasting and I love camping, so I was VERY excited to discover Bothe-Napa Valley State Park and the Ritchey Creek Campground. This place is a gem at only $35/night for a tent site and $60-75/night for a yurt. There are cabins which we did not see while there. The campsites are very … Continue reading Camping in Napa – Day 1
Beyond preprinting bordering passes and being organized (again I am an anxious traveler), I was so THANKFUL for traveling light. I hate having to carry a ton of stuff and honestly would much rather do laundry in the sink with Dr. Bronner's Castile soap than lug more stuff with me on my back. Here's a … Continue reading Packing for Europe
After traveling Europe for 2.5 weeks, I DID A LOT OF RESEARCH. Honestly to the point I was hitting burn-out and we hadn't even left the USA. BUT, I am an anxious traveler and I don't like flying. Long story short, I was on a plane that almost went down and ever since then, if … Continue reading Preparing for European Vacation