grace’s market

grace’s market

On my last trip to New York, I had the pleasure of visiting Grace’s Market in the Upper East Side. I connected with them at the Pottery Barn Kids Event I hosted where they catered a bunch of yummy treats for the event.  Grace’s Market is located just a few blocks from the subway and […]

chattanooga | the guide

chattanooga | the guide

To say we loved Chattanooga is an understatement.  Sure enough, there aren’t too many places Lance and I don’t like, but Chattanooga has that charming small-town/big-enough-city vibe.  While this isn’t a thorough guide at all, here are the basics of what we ate and did on our little Chattanooga Trip. (You can follow our trips […]

always be prepared

always be prepared

For the past two weeks I traveled through six different states, and now it’s about time to be home for a while.  I collected stories from the most random of experiences so I’d like to share some with you so you can be prepared the next time you travel! the best blanket A couple years […]

Lookout Mountain | Rocky City x Ruby Falls

Lookout Mountain | Rocky City x Ruby Falls

When Lance and I visited Chattanooga over Memorial Day weekend, we wanted to see Lookout Mountain, a mountain ridge at the southern part of the Smokey Mountains that spans the states of Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee. At first I just thought it was somewhere we’d hike, but Lance explained to me that within Lookout Mountain […]

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milk & honey

Over Memorial Day weekend Lance and I drove to Chattanooga.  I heard a lot of great things about it, so I was anxious to check it out.  We drove about two hours north through Georgia and reached Chattanooga just after 1am.   I knew we’d walk the pedestrian bridge, the Walnut Street Bridge, so I googled […]