Taste in Travel with Liberte Yogurt

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Best Podcasts For a RoadTrip

Don’t get me wrong- I love a classic road trip playlist but sometimes when it comes to sitting in a car for 6 hours I need something to shake up the Totally 80’s playlist I have blasting through my speakers which is why I love podcasts. I got addicted to podcasts during my train ride to

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Augusta Travel Guide

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

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Making a Spring Bouquet with Le Jardin Francais

Le Jardin Francais is one of the most gorgeous floral shops I’ve ever stepped foot into. One day when I get around to finishing my Atlanta Guide, I’m going to include it in the list of places that you absolutely must visit on a trip into town. Walking into Le Jardin Francais is like walking

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Best Farmers Markets in Atlanta

The onset of Spring means the return of my favorite leisure pastime: visiting Farmer’s Markets. I am happy that throughout the past 23 years of me living in Atlanta that there has been a resurgence in popularity for the slow food and “know your farmer” movements. As a self-proclaimed farmers market aficionado, I’ve explored almost

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How to Pack for a Weekender

When it comes to overpacking, I had been the worst offender of my friends. However, over this past year of traveling, I’ve amended the how and the what I pack so that my bags are lighter and I pack more efficiently to make sure I’m not bogged down (literally) on my weekend travels. I used these

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How to Find Unique Travel Spots in Each City

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

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5 Unique Atlanta Parks to Have a Spring Picnic In

I am so excited that today is the first day of spring. It means we can shed off the dull gray of winter and start prepping for all sorts of fun warm weather activities, like picnics, kite flying, road trips and more. To help you get in the spring frame of mind, I’m sharing 5 unique

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Seaside Florida Travel Guide

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

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