Earlier this month our family spent a few days glamping in the Great Smoky Mountains. If sitting by a nightly campfire and sleeping under the stars appeals to you as much as it does to me then this is one way to experience a national park that you won't soon forget. The most appealing aspect of a . . .
It's a non-traditional summer and most of us have had to accept that our original travel plans would not be possible this year. The good news is there's a lot of summer left and even more than most of us were expecting since many of our schools have pushed back the start of the school year until . . .
I just returned from my third trip to Barcelona. I've heard from many of you that are planning trips there too. I've seen and done a lot in in my three visits so today I'm sharing an itinerary for four days in Barcelona. Barcelona is best seen on foot. Most of Barcelona's tourist . . .
The holiday season is almost in full swing. From tackling a family community service project to hosting your own caroling party, here are some of my favorite holiday activities your own family can take on! Decide On A Service Project 'Tis the season of giving, family, and thinking of . . .
Friends, I'm really excited to announce that I am a contestant in Washingtonian Magazine's most stylish contest. One winner will be selected by popular vote, so if you would, please vote for me here. I promise it will take less than a minute of your time. Simply click on the link, enter your email, . . .
For a quick getaway after school got out in June I took the kids to Martha's Vineyard to meet up with my mom and sister who were separately headed there from Michigan. It was my first trip to Martha's Vineyard but definitely not my last. I can easily see why this summer island haven is a happy place . . .