Street Art of Moab

Street Art of Moab

When you think of Moab you probably think of outdoor adventure and extreme sports, and you’re not wrong. But the small downtown has some really wonderful street art. If you take a walk around you’ll see plenty of murals done by local artists.  Many of these awesome works are a part of the Moab Arts and Recreation Center, a community…

A Weekend in Moab

A Weekend in Moab

Moab is one of my favorite shoulder season destinations, we were able to go there back in March (just before quarantine) and again this past month. I love the high desert, the mountains, and all that red rock! Moab is a pretty easy drive from cities like Salt Lake City or Denver, it also has a small airport so if…

The Best Hikes in Tahoe

The Best Hikes in Tahoe

People come to Tahoe for the outdoor activities and stunning landscape, and what better way to get both of those things than going for a hike. There are literally trails everywhere in Tahoe so getting out into nature is pretty easy, and there are a wide variety of trails ranging from easy and short to very difficult.  These are some…

The Best Spots for Photos Around Tahoe

The Best Spots for Photos Around Tahoe

Tahoe’s scenic landscape makes it a great place to take photos. From the mountains, to the lake, to the forest you’d find epic scenery everywhere.  I love exploring new places and location scouting for photos around the lake and over the years I’ve found some really awesome spots. These are 10 of my favorites places, some are easy to get…

The 10 Best Fall Trips

The 10 Best Fall Trips

As soon as September rolls around you start hearing how everyone just loves fall so much. Leaves and cozy sweaters and pumpkin everything, its fall bitches! I also embrace the basic bitch and love fall, but not for the pumpkin spice lattes.  I love fall because it means it’s shoulder season in many of my favorite destinations and it also…

Packing For Napa

Packing for Napa

I should have really called this post, “Basic Bitch Wine Tasting Starter Kit”, because honestly that’s what this Napa packing list is. But let’s be clear, I’m totally fine with it and fully embrace my basic bitch self with my felt hats and oversized sweaters.  Napa in the fall is the best, it’s still nice enough out to enjoy sitting…

Dealing with Burnout on the Road

Dealing With Burnout on the Road

So, I’m going to admit, I’ve been feeling some burnout lately. It sucks, I feel unmotivated, uninterested, and honestly just tired all the time. What exactly is burnout you might be wondering? It’s a state of “emotion, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress” (helpguide.org). That stress can come from all kinds of things like work, travel,…

A Girls Trip to Napa

A Girl’s Trip to Napa

As we move into fall it might be time to take a little girl’s trip. Even in the current state of the world Napa’s world-class wineries and restaurants have adapted to the times with tons of outdoor seating and take-out options. And Napa’s wonderful climate makes fall the best time to sit outside (socially distanced of course) and try some…