Summer 2020 photo journal

I think labeling this year as “wild” is something we can all agree on universally. I doubt there is a person who would challenge me on the thought that 2020 has been the furthest thing from normal. Like many, how I thought this year would unfold has had to constantly be reshaped as the months went on. Now all of a sudden it’s October, and … Continue reading Summer 2020 photo journal

Arizona: Exploring Sedona and Phoenix

This month I traveled to Arizona. We stayed in Phoenix and took a day trip up to Sedona to explore the beautiful desert town and redrocks. I love mixing nature, travel, and photography. Here is a photo recap of my three favorite Arizona destinations:   White Tank Mountain Regional Park – 30 miles from Phoenix Sedona – 116 miles north of Phoenix Sedona is easily … Continue reading Arizona: Exploring Sedona and Phoenix

How to spend 48 hours in Washington D.C.

In November my family and I took a trip to Washington D.C. to see the sights and also visit my brother Austin who recently moved to the East Coast to work in Maryland. We had a great time of travel taking in the sights and visiting some of our nation’s most historic monuments. We covered a lot of ground in D.C., specifically in 48 hours, … Continue reading How to spend 48 hours in Washington D.C.

72 hours in Denver: What to see, eat and do

This past weekend my cousin and I spent 72 hours in Denver. We road tripped around the area to see the most iconic sights, hike, attend a concert at Fillmore Auditorium and visit one of the coolest rooftops in the city. We did Denver well in the short amount of time we had in our weekend trip. If you’re visiting the mile high city, here … Continue reading 72 hours in Denver: What to see, eat and do

Griffith Observatory is a MUST DO in Los Angeles, California

If you’re in the Los Angeles area, you have to visit Griffith Observatory.¬†It offers the most stunning views of LA and gives prime viewing of the Hollywood Sign. If you’re a sucker for city skylines, the trip to the park won’t disappoint. It’s popular at sunset and is free (besides parking). The Observatory is located on the southern slope of Mount Hollywood in Griffith Park. … Continue reading Griffith Observatory is a MUST DO in Los Angeles, California

Favorite beaches near Los Angeles, California

I just got back from a girls trip in Los Angeles, and I loved every moment of it. Beach hopping was one of my favorite¬†activities — so I have to share which places I enjoyed the most while in sunny California. Venice Beach Venice Beach is a vibe. It’s so reggae. I’m forever calling it hippie town — but it was real cute. I loved … Continue reading Favorite beaches near Los Angeles, California

Hillsong’s Colour Conference in Los Angeles, California

During the last weekend in April, I flew out to Los Angeles, California for Hillsong’s 2018 Colour Conference. Colour is a global movement of everyday women, with hope in their heart and “change” in their step. Its purpose is to champions the girls of this generation. The women’s conference started back in 1997 under the leadership of Hillsong Senior Pastor Bobbie Houston, and it is … Continue reading Hillsong’s Colour Conference in Los Angeles, California

Saying goodbye to a year to remember: 2017 in review

2017 was a bold year. One of adventure, travel, discovery, chasing dreams and finding out even more who I am. It was a new year of tackling fears, walking in faith, moving across the country to New York City and working in a huge Manhattan newsroom I didn’t think I’d reach so quickly. It was a time of opportunity, persistence and excitement. I loved almost … Continue reading Saying goodbye to a year to remember: 2017 in review

New York City’s first snow

I feel like I rediscovered New York City all over again, but in a new enchanted, whimsical sort of way. I never realized how truly magical the city is during the Christmas season until I got to experience it during its first snowfall. If I could relive this day again, I 10/10 would. Walking through Central Park was an absolute winter wonderland. Never did I … Continue reading New York City’s first snow