It’s time for another travel itinerary blog! Providence has a pretty special place in my heart, so there are definitely some feelings mixed into this itinerary. But, who better to show you around the city than someone with a personal connect to it, right? I went to and graduated from Providence College. I absolutely loved … More Walking Tour of Downtown Providence, Rhode Island.
As my photography grows and grows, I find myself getting more questions about how I balance it all. How do I work full-time as a teacher and do all the fun food blogging that I do? I thought this would be a fun opportunity to document a day in which I take a lot of … More How I Work
I often photograph my food, but sometimes I don’t have enough photos or content to make individual posts. So here’s the round-up of my latest Austin eats. In the few months, I’ve been to a couple of particularly cool places. Links to all the locations are included in the post. Previous editions can be found here: … More Austin Eats Round-Up (ed. 12)
Georgetown, Texas is just a few minutes outside of Austin but feels worlds away. It boasts the “Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas,” natural wonders such as Blue Hole and Inner Space Caverns, and a delicious mix of classic food establishments alongside hip new spaces. With the help of the Georgetown Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, … More A Day Tripper’s Guide to Georgetown, Texas
Earlier this month, I went to Austin Daily Press with the Austin Food Bloggers Alliance. I’d heard of Austin Daily Press but I didn’t know much about it and I’d definitely never eaten there. I figured, Sandwiches are good. I like sandwiches. This will be fine. The E. Cesar Chavez location is close to where I work, … More Austin Daily Press