One of the things I firmly believe every woman should experience in life, and if possible it really should be an annual event, is a proper girl’s weekend. Since I met my besties 11 years ago, we’ve made a commitment to get together at least once a year. We met each other in the Cayman Islands when we were all living there for work, but shortly after, one moved away, then another, and then another. Before we knew it, we were in three different countries! So this annual trip not only keeps our friendship alive, but it helps us keep our sanity when life sometimes gets crazy, busy. No kids or husbands allowed; just ladies, cocktails, and a weekend filled with relaxation and fun! #love a thousand times over.
The Cataract Canyon stretches along 100 miles of the Colorado River through Utah and is truly a remarkable place. My husband and I visited Moab, UT and embarked on a 4-day, 3-night rafting trip down the river. We covered the entire 100 miles on nothing but a raft. We slept under the stars (without tents), hiked plateaus, swam through rapids, paddled our way through white water, and met incredible people.
If you tuned into the blog earlier this week, you would know that I’m working my way through the Whole30 program. To be honest, it’s not as hard as I thought it would be. Although, I’m just a week and a half in! One of the ideas in the book is to stop viewing food as a reward, but to do something else for yourself instead. I was thinking of booking a massage or a facial, but….guess what’s opening soon! Read More…
Please note that I am not a nutritionist. I am simply sharing my experience with this program. Consult your doctor before starting any program. This is not a sponsored post.
By now, many of you have probably heard of, and even tried, the Whole30 Program. The Mr. and I have been wanting to try it for a year now (see my previous post with recipe here), but living on an island with very limited access to fresh produce and meat, made it too difficult. Now that we’re living within walking distance of Whole Foods, the time was right.
I’m sad to say that today is the last day of what has been the most amazing vacation! My husband and I have just spent the four days white water rafting the Colorado River, and I can’t wait to give you the full recap.
Three weeks ago I left for my first trip to California. The Mr. had to go for some meetings, so we added a few days on to the beginning of the trip and met up with some friends in Sonoma. Our goal: to eat, drink, and have a ton of fun. Mission accomplished!
Thanks to a civic holiday on Monday, I’ve enjoyed a short work week, which suits me fine as I’m still recovering from an amazing, wine-filled vacay in Sonoma and San Francisco. I’ll be sharing my vacation scrapbook next week so tune in for that!
This week was jam packed with fun. I golfed twice, celebrated a milestone birthday for the Mr., and of course, devoured the new Harry Potter book. Did you read it? It’s more like a short story, but it’s still fantastic!
This school year my daughter turns 7 (crazy!), and I think she’s at the perfect age to start teaching her about money. She’s just starting to count with money and since she’s constantly asking if we can buy something whenever we enter a store, what better way to teach her about money than with an allowance?