A couple of weekends ago, I had the greatest email pop into my inbox from Garden & Gun asking me if I wanted to go explore Birmingham with Alabama Travel for a piece they’re working on about the diverse food scene in Birmingham. After jumping up and down in my chair, I immediately said yes
There’s a little-known gem just outside of Atlanta on I-20 going East. Mostly synonymous with the Masters® Golf Tournament, Augusta is revitalizing it’s downtown area and ramping up its food scene. One of my favorite excuses for stopping in Augusta had always been to dine at The New Moon Cafe in downtown, but ever since
When I travel, my main objective is to try new restaurants, dive into the local scene, and find great photo opportunities. Before I leave for a trip, I typically spend a couple of hours researching unique places to go, things to do, places to eat at, and things to see. With the help of social
If you live in Georgia, chances are you’ve seen a sticker on the back of some suburban with a “3” sun shape and an “A” on top of a jolly turquoise blue circle. It stands for 30A which is the strip of pristine beach that lines Florida’s Emerald Coast. The sticker is a cheeky nod
The first time I discovered Alys Beach (pronounced Alice) it was through a long and winding search for things to do on 30A through multiple Instagram hashtags that immediately infatuated me with the sun-bleached white buildings, the resort style architecture, and the uniqueness of the town when compared to its neighbors. Its picturesque beauty has
Savannah is such a beautiful city to visit. It seems that this port side town is constantly bustling with things to do and some restaurant is receiving notability for topping a “Must Eat At” food chart in a major publication. The last time I was in Savannah it was an overnight trip that was stopover
This year I’ve had an amazing opportunity to explore the beautiful town of Cashiers, NC. I’ve spent four weekends here getting to know the land, the people, and most importantly, the best things to do while in this unique mountain town. From a once in a lifetime dam release waterfall to unique casual and fine
When we were in Italy, we had two stops: Positano and Capri. While both were similar in culture (fishing village, wonderful food, etc), each had something uniquely different about themselves that set them apart from one another.
Positano is aboslutely one of the most spectacular places I’ve ever visited. Even in October it was beautiful, warm and bustling with life! If you’re planning a trip there, here is my Positano Travel Guide with a list of things you must do while you’re there!