Spring Break in St. Augustine, Florida

Considering the recent upsets in our lives (food poisoning, a torn ligament, and an unexpected trip to California), our Spring Break plans fell apart. I had to work my regular hours at work, but decided to work 3 full days instead of my usual 5 half days to give me a couple of days off. I finished work on Tuesday when the little travel bug started biting. But, I knew it was already late and I had to work again on Friday, so I decided a couple of quiet days at home might be relaxing. The next morning, over delicious coffee downtown, I decided that staycations aren’t really my style. We had to head somewhere close, dog-friendly, and new; we decided St. Augustine would be the perfect spot for our spontaneous adventure. A quick Google search and suggestion from Bringfido.com later, we had a cute room at a historic downtown bed and breakfast booked. The impromptu trip was planned in under 5 minutes, bags were packed hastily and we were headed south on I-95, Florida-bound. IMG_6040 I’d never been to St. Augustine before (not counting stopping through quickly when I was a child), but I had always avoided visiting because my parents don’t like it. My husband and I are both so glad we gave it a chance, because we ended up loving it!IMG_5991 First of all, the St. Francis Inn was perfect. I’d never stayed at a B&B before so I didn’t know what to expect. The owner and staff made us feel right at home and offered us everything from free breakfast, dessert, beverages and wine to bikes and lots of great advice for seeing the city. Plus, our room was so cozy and the grounds were gorgeous. We checked in at 4 pm on Wednesday and headed into the city with the ladies (Bella and Lexi). IMG_6003 IMG_6015 There was a lovely walkway along the water at the edge of the city and lots of small cobblestone alleys and restaurant-lined streets not open to cars to explore. It was a very walkable city, St. Augustine isn’t huge, and we stopped in at pubs and shops along the way. Most of them were very open to dogs and offered them lots of love, treats and water. The historic spanish influence separates St. Augustine from Savannah, Charleston and New Orleans. I found St. Augustine to be a less showy and more laid back version of Savannah and a Charleston without the flashy wealth. St. Augustine is quaint and romantic; the perfect weekend getaway. IMG_6023 IMG_6046 IMG_6093 We got back to the B&B just in time for social hour. We grabbed a (a couple) of free glasses of wine, chatted with our fellow guests and left the girls in the room for a nap while we went out for a night on the town. It was a beautiful evening and St. Augustine was so romantic. This little city is decorated with lots of stringed lighting and was so fun. We ended up at a small cigar bar, sitting around a bonfire and swapping stories with other travelers. Time got away from us and we ended up having a late dinner at Scarlett O’Haras. IMG_6138 The next morning we woke up early and walked along the riverfront to the Castillo De San Marcos, a monument and historic symbol of St. Augustine. We also checked out the Oldest House and Lightner Museum. Coffee from Crucial Coffee was another high point of the trip and a must-see in my opinion. The trip was over in the blink of an eye, but I’m thankful for the peace and cleared mind I get from traveling. We will definitely be going back! Also, I’m so impressed with my doggies, they were so well behaved! IMG_6111 IMG_6143 IMG_6146 IMG_6115 IMG_6113IMG_6125 -A

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Delayed

I promise I’m still alive out here even though you wouldn’t know by my blog and social media. In the last couple of weeks I’ve been busy keeping up as life has thrown yet another curveball. Last week my hub and I had to catch a flight to attend his grandmothers funeral across the country in sunny SoCal. We dealt with 4 (4!) cancelled flights and rerouted flights and delayed flights and last minute one-way ticket purchases to be there (let’s all blame Dallas for the freak snow storms). Travel was exhausting, but it was so nice to be there with family. I met so many family members that I’d never met and saw a side of my husbands family I’d never seen. There was such an outpouring of love and support in the family. The funeral was very emotional and Eric gave a lovely eulogy; it was such a beautiful celebration of her life. The funeral was Hawaiian themed, instead of the usual dreary black-suit funeral because she loved Hawaii and bright colors. It’s a morbid thought, but I would want my funeral to be a collection of funny memories and happy stories from my loved ones, much like hers. We love and miss you grandma M!IMG_5900

With out internal clocks still set to eastern time, we woke up at 5 or 6 a.m. in California every morning. I didn’t really mind, because I’m becoming such a morning person. One early morning we travelled the winding roads up the San Bernardino mountains to the cozy little town of Lake Arrowhead. Lake Arrowhead, known as the Alps of Southern California, is where Eric proposed to me almost 3 years ago and is absolutely beautiful. I love the nostalgia and romance that this one small place gives us. We ate breakfast at a Belgian waffle cafe and watched the snow fall over the lake. We managed to be back before anyone else even woke up.

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We said goodbye to family after 4 days in California and boarded a plane (3 actually) back to Savannah. The return trip was a blur of smelly airports and more delayed flights, but I got lots of reading done! Reality hit hard after missing class and work for so long. I had a test the day after getting back and a slew of assignments due. I’m really ready for Spring Break next week! I’ve really got nothing planned at this point from all the last minute traveling last week, but a small weekend getaway might be in the planning stages.

Goodnight.

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30 Before 30

Ever since I downloaded the Timehop app on my phone a few weeks ago (I know I’m really late to the party), I’ve been eye rolling and cringing at my former self’s statuses. Boyfriend statuses and bad grammar aside, it’s a useful way to remember old posts and goals. It reminded me that one year ago today I posted my 30 Before 30 list. Your 30 Before 30 is pretty simple: 30 things you want to accomplish or do before you turn the dreaded 3-0. I had almost forgotten about that list I made on a good friends request 365 days ago, but here it is:

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  1. Get my passport stamped✔️
  2. Gamble in Vegas
  3. Sign up for a yoga class
  4. Walk the Brooklyn Bridge
  5. Pay off those student loans
  6. Brew my own beer✔️
  7. Ace an interview✔️
  8. Plant a herb garden
  9. Visit an island country
  10. Go camping
  11. Get over my fear of scuba diving
  12. Run my first race
  13. Go to a wine tasting in Napa
  14. Land my first real job
  15. Learn to drive a stick shift
  16. Try golf
  17. Rock out at a huge music festival
  18. Hike part of the Appalachian trail
  19. Drive the entire length of the Blue Ridge Parkway
  20. Eat a cronut
  21. Boat on the lake in central park
  22. Give skiing a shot
  23. Read 25 of Time Magazines 100 best books of all time
  24. Learn about photography✔️
  25. Visit the city where I was born
  26. Take a class to learn a new hobby
  27. Cook every recipe in a cookbook
  28. Lose 30 pounds
  29. Take a hot air balloon ride
  30. Become a mother

I placed a check mark by the ones that I completed in year 25 of my life. I still have 26-29 left to complete the rest, which I think is doable. I feel like a few fun vacations will cover most of them! Upon second glance, I’m not really sure what I was thinking when I wrote #30: Become a mother; I’m not ready to be a mother and I’m not sure if that’s something we will do by the time I’m 30. Maybe when I’m 29 or 30; we’re definitely not in a hurry to take on parenthood.

This year I’ve got plans to tackle #8: Plant a herb garden, #10: Go Camping, #13: Wine taste in Napa (maybe), #14: Land my first real job, #27: Cook every recipe in a cookbook (at least get started), and #28: Lose 30 Pounds.

I selected the cookbook I’ll be baking, broiling, roasting, and frying my way through: Thug Kitchen. I’ve heard so much about it in the blog world and think it will combine my love of flavor and my desire to be healthy. It’s a vegan cookbook with an attitude; the wording is hilarious!

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Best.

New Blog Direction

I started this little blog with the intention of documenting my weight loss, half-marathon training, and recipes. As I racked up miles and whipped up healthy meals, my focus was the number on the scale. But, a lot has changed since my life hit an unexpected U-turn when I injured my knee running in December 2013 and wasn’t able to walk, let alone run. Running had always been my go-to workout and, to me, was synonymous with weight loss; it was a big deal. I had my first knee surgery in January 2014 and was glued to the sofa for months. Surgery didn’t work and my knee required yet another surgery in December (more sofa).

Since my activity level never surpassed sitting/limping, I slowly became depressed and unable to shed pounds.  To improve my mood, I tried to focus more on healing my knee rather than losing weight. The problem was, I didn’t really know what to blog about anymore. So I spent the year blogging about my travels and daily life, and gradually began focusing on self-improvement and happiness. My blog is now less about weight loss and more about my recovery and journey to self-confidence and body acceptance. Yes, I still plan to lose weight and get healthy, but I also focus on what makes me happy: my friends, traveling, my family, and trying new things. This blog is now my space to share my experiences (and maybe a recipe here and there) as a twenty-something struggling to find balance.

Best, -x.

2014 Recap

January
2014 began with friends and fun! I went to Hilton Head Island with some of my besties and partied downtown for new years. I had injured my knee when I was running in December and was preparing for surgery. I had my first knee surgery towards the end of January and spent most of it in bed.
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February
By mid February I was feeling back to normal and trying to be more active and healthy. I went on a lot of walks downtown with hubby.

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March
I spent Spring Break in Gatlinburg, TN with the in-laws. Gatlinburg was a good redneck party spot. I think we spent the whole trip drunk between moonshine and whiskey distilleries. My favorite part was driving into Smoky Mountain National Park and driving up to Newfound Gap. The view was amazing and it was an Appalachian Trail access point, which I want to hike part of one day when my knee is healed.

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April
April was a wonderful month! There were walks downtown, a trip to Athens and a visit from a BFF. I hadn’t seen Val in years and it was wonderful to reunite. We went on beach trips and had girlie cocktail nights downtown. (there was also that bee getting into my bra incident that was really no fun). Also, in April I got a fabulous new haircut.IMG_2892

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May
In May I was done with Spring semester and had a week of freedom before the grueling summer semester. I spent that time hanging with my girlfriends, then road-tripping to beautiful Charleston, SC for some R&R with my hubs. We visited the beach, walked the historic cobblestone streets, and toured a plantation. It was lovely. Also in May, I discovered Zenni Optical and started my over the top glasses collection that I’m in love with!

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June
Summer school came on in full force and basically consumed my life. I was taking 4 classes that are normally 12 week courses in 4-5 weeks so I had exams, papers, projects and homework due almost every day. I spent weekends lounging by my parents pool and managed a quick weekend trip to Atlanta for Korean BBQ and Karaoke with friends.

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July
My second summer semester began (which included the WORST group project I’ve ever experienced I had a terrible partner). I watched World Cup games and cheered for USA whenever I wasn’t studying (blurry photo).  Also, I added to my glasses collection and managed a small weekend trip up to Athens. We visited a cute new brewery and ate some amazing food. I also helped my little sis move into her first real place.

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August was basically one of the best months of my life, because with less than 3 weeks notice we planned a trip to Europe and I was on a plane on a dream vacation. The adventure began with a huge road trip up to New Jersey, with an overnight stop in Virginia Beach. After 2-3 days of crossing our fingers and waiting (plus sleeping in the car one night), we boarded a plane to Germany, flying Space-A with the United States Air Force (did I mention it was completely free?). I need to post a full story of our big adventure, but short recap: we landed in Frankfurt and rented a car. We drove to Amsterdam where we spent 3 days before heading through Belgium to Paris (which I’ve dedicated 2 posts to: here and here). From Paris we booked a coach to London and travelled via the Chanel Tunnel, which was such a cool experience. We spent a few nights in London and took another coach up to Liverpool to visit my family. I reunited with an old friend and stayed with my Granddad in his idyllic little English town. We wished we could have stayed for week, but after 2 days we rented a car and left with heavy hearts. Luckily, my husband drove (on the wrong side of the road and no GPS) and we managed to get to the Mildenhall Royal Air Force Base to try to catch a flight back to the USA. After 3 days of being passed over for flights to the USA, we finally got on a flight to Seattle. We flew on a huge cargo jet with no windows and sat against the wall in little jump seats. After the plane took off, though, we were able to sprawl out of the floor and it was a pretty comfortable experience (despite the 9 hour+ flight). The whole trip back to Savannah was a whole miserable blur. There were missed nights of sleep, food poisoning, late flights, missing baggage, dead car batteries and jet lag. Eventually we arrived home and the whole thing was the best experience of my life!

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September
My fall semester was back in gear and I was back to the normal routine of class and studying. I discovered a new cafe in Savannah that I’m obsessed with now and practiced photography downtown with my new camera. I also spent a perfect, cloudy few days in Ponte Vedra, FL for our second wedding anniversary and got accepted to grad school! By this time my knee was really bothering me and it had been deteriorating slowly since March.

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October
This was a relatively quiet month. My little sis visited for her birthday weekend and we went for a fabulous meal downtown. I spent Halloween weekend in a mountain cabin with my girlfriends AND it snowed!! Also, I interviewed for a summer internship at the company where I really want to work.

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November
There were more walks with the doggies downtown and lattes in the park. On Thanksgiving week the hubby and I spent a few days at a cabin in the North Georgia mountains where we visited Amicalola Falls and Blue Ridge. Thanksgiving was spent with my family and we feasted like kings!

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And, December. In December I: finished finals, celebrated my birthday with the Black Keys in Charlotte, brewed beer, enjoyed a spa day, had my second knee surgery of the year, celebrated Christmas with my family, interviewed for an internship, and rang in the new year with champagne!

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Best, x.

2015 New Year Resolutions!

New year, new list! Here is the official list of goals/ resolutions for 2015 May it be a fabulous year!

New Year’s Resolutions 2015
Read more books
Get my first real job
Graduate with a 4.0
Eat out less
Travel to another country
Lose weight & love my body
Make a cauliflower crust pizza
Blog more consistently
Connect with those around me
Master making that perfect cup of coffee at home
Plant an herb garden
Build/rehab a peice of furniture
Heal my knee!!!!
Spend more time outside
Organize all my important documents
Improve my photography
Compliment people more

2014 New Year’s Resolutions Revisited

At the beginning of 2014, I made a list on the note app of my iPhone of New Year’s resolutions. I glanced at them every once in a while throughout the year to stay on track. Some things weren’t completed because my January knee surgery recovery didn’t quite go as planned, but I crossed off a few.

New Year’s Resolutions 2014

Cut toxic people out of my life✔️- This one is difficult for most, but completely necessary. I realized coming into 2014 that I was somewhat surrounded by toxic people and it was overrunning me with guilt and unhappiness. I’m trying to get my life together and become a more happy and focused person, and surrounding myself with toxic friendships wasn’t helping. You have control over who you’re friends with, after all. In 2014 I made a lot of progress with this and am now in a much more positive and happy place. I feel like the friends I have in my life now are the ones that support me and respect my opinions and life. There’s no need for drama, negativity, narcissism and manipulation!
Get to know my city better✔️- I definitely accomplished this one. I made an effort to go downtown, especially when the weather was nice. My husband and I explored new local restaurants, coffee shops and bars. I went into Savannah to practice photography when I got my new camera and brought the dogs downtown for lots of walks.
Run my first race- I made this goal before I had my first knee surgery in January 2014 and before my doctor told me I should avoid running for the rest of my life. Unfortunately, I never fully recovered from my knee surgery and ended up having another surgery a few weeks ago. Therefore, there will be no races in my future and I’ve come to terms with this.
Keep my 4.0 GPA✔️- This goal required lots of hard work and dedication, but it paid off! I’ve kept my 4.0 thus far and am proud to put that on my resume.
Lose 30 pounds- Yes, the typical lose x pounds this year resolution. Well, 2014 was a little unexpected. By March/April, my knee was feeling a bit better and recovery seemed to be going well. I threw myself back into working out and eating healthy. After a couple of months I realized that my body was no longer capable of the level of physical activity it once was. My knee was hurting again and I avoided walking, stairs, etc. I was back in physical therapy and it wasn’t improving. Then I had my second surgery. Sitting in bed isn’t the best thing for weight loss and there wasn’t much I could do about it. I got annoyed with myself because the scale wasn’t moving and I realized that the real thing I should be focused on is healing and rehabbing my knee. I’ve been trying to focus less on weight and more on happiness and body acceptance. Following the second surgery I’m feeling positive! If my knee heals and I am able to walk and be active without pain, then I will focus on a healthy weight loss and continue with being body positive in 2015.
Have more sex✔️- This should be on everyone’s list. Sex is good for us (safe sex obviously) and keeps us healthy and close to our partners. It’s easy to get caught up in our busy schedules and put sex on the back burner.
Learn to love myself– I can’t check this one off quite yet because it’s still a work in progress. I’ve improved my relationship with my husband and friends and myself. Love is a strong word and I’m not quite there yet.
Read more books✔️- I did accomplish this, but it doesn’t really mean too much. In 2013 I probably only read one book. In 2014 I’m assuming I read maybe 4 books. Which is a step in the right direction.
Travel to another country✔️- I definitely checked this one off. In 2014 I traveled to Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, France and England. It was the trip of a lifetime!
Stick to a budget– This year my husband and I got serious about money and downloaded the YNAB app. We set up a budget and tried to stick to it for about 4 months. We slowly slipped away from it, but still managed our money much better.  We reached our first MAJOR savings goal and are in a stable place financially. So, though not  checkmark worthy, we definitely improved and got rid of a lot of debt.
Reunite with Valerie✔️- I love that this one was on the list and that it’s checked off. Me and Val have been through a lot over the years and it’s been hard to physically see each other because of the distance. She visited in April and it was fantastic seeing her. We still stay in constant touch and I know we will see each other this year. I’m so proud of that girl for her amazing year! (love ya!)
Wear a bikini– Ya, again with the not losing 30 pounds and not quite loving myself yet, no bikini. I don’t know that I would put this on the list again, I just have my focus elsewhere.
Go hiking✔️- Obviously I couldn’t hike in 2014 like I did pre-knee injury, but on a trip to the mountains 2 months ago we went out on a “hike” to see how my knee would handle it. It didn’t cooperate at all, but I did get out there and try!
Stay close to my besties✔️- I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, girlfriends are one of the most important people in a girl’s life! I’m close to my besties and saw them multiple times this year & went without big gaps of no communication.
Watch more documentaries– Nope. Just didn’t do this. Maybe next year!
Go to an art museum✔️- I didn’t just go to an art museum, I went to THE art museum: Le Louvre in Paris! What an experience. I think I could go there everyday for a month a see something new every day. It’s huge!
Try out a yoga class– I didn’t do this because I was worried about my knee causing me problems.
Develop a better bed time routine– Unfortunately, I’m still guilty of playing around on my phone and going to bed too late. I’m going to try getting to bed early and limiting screen time before bed next year.
Try brussel sprouts✔️- This goal seems kind of basic, but I’d never had brussel sprouts before and thought of them as disgusting. I tried them this year and love those little vegetable balls!
Don’t check social media when with friends✔️- Obviously everyone glances at social media throughout the day, but I caught myself doing this too much when I was out with friends. In 2014 I wasn’t perfect, but made a conscious effort to be more in the moment with friends and be 100% focused on them rather than get caught up in the lives of people on social media that aren’t as important.
Eat more consciously– I have a bad relationship with food and I know it. I eat out of boredom, celebration, sadness, and mindlessly. I am going to work on this in 2015.
Record what I eat– This one goes along with eating consciously. I definitely didn’t do this last year and I probably should have.
Smile more✔️– We’ve all heard of resting bitch face, and unfortunately I suffer from this. I decided that I would have to try to smile more to show that I’m not actually a stone cold bitch and I think I did this enough to deserve a checkmark for 2014.
Gossip less✔️– The good thing about detoxifying your relationships is that the toxic behaviors go with them. Yes, I still gossip sometimes. We all do, but when I’m talking about someone else, I try to only talk to good friends or sisters and only asking for advise and talking about things that happened in my life. I no longer just single someone out and talk about them behind their back for the sole purpose of hurting them.
Best. A.

Because it’s the Holiday Season!

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In the spirit of the holiday season, I thought I’d share what I’m thankful for:

  • My family- we’re all close and we all generally get along= success! (we all have a great time)
  • My good knee (and health in general)- because without it I’d be walking on my hands
  • The close relationship I have with my husband. I know he will be there no matter what and he’s always my #1 fan.
  • My sisters- yes this goes back to family, but you ladies without sisters don’t know what you’re missing. It’s like having a friend that you know has to love you no matter what.
  • My friends. Love you ladies. I don’t have many, but the one’s I do have are amazing. I’d rather have 4 quarters than 100 pennies any day!
  • Financial stability. Money, or lack thereof, is REALLY stressful, and we’re in a great place now. Breath in, breath out.
  • Travel. I’ve always loved to travel, whether it be to a neighboring city or across an ocean. Over the last few years I’ve been lucky enough to travel to California (Sacramento, LA, San Diego), Athens, Hawaii (Kauai and Honolulu), Jacksonville, Asheville (numerous times), Orlando, Gatlinburg, Atlanta, Tampa, Amelia Island, Ponte Vedra, Myrtle Beach, Virginia Beach, Charleston, Blue Ridge, Paris, Amsterdam, London, Liverpool, Germany, Belgium, and road tripped across the country (twice!) and up to New Jersey.
  • Cold weather. We don’t get it much here- but when we do I soak it in. (and I get to wear cute scarves and boots!)
  • My 2 fluffy doggy daughters. They’re so well behaved and always there for a good snuggle and unconditional love.
  • The mistakes I’ve made. I know this sounds weird, but making mistakes taught me so much and made me the person I am today.
  • The opportunity to get an education (twice!). Going along with the making mistakes theme….I’m back in school and I’m really very lucky to have the ability to do that with the support of my husband.

What are you thankful for this year?

A Few Days in the Mountains

I’m back from my cabin getaway with the husband and kids (actually dogs). It was perfect. The cabin was relaxing, secluded and beautiful! We spent the days walking the dogs, soaking in the hot tub, window shopping, indulging and enjoying the fresh air.

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Tomorrow is Thanksgiving with the fam, and I’m ready to cook up a storm and then gobble everything down. I’m in charge of the macaroni and cheese and green bean casserole. I’ve found a gooey, creamy macaroni recipe and I’m making the green bean casserole from scratch because the traditional method of plopping a can of Campbell’s soup on top of green beans is kind of gross.

Best x.

 

Cabin Weekend

Last weekend I trekked all the way to North Georgia (through Atlanta) to spend a relaxing weekend with my favorite ladies. and it snowed!! The cold chilled me to the bone and I loved it! I also founds the most amazing fleece lined leggings of life- which was a win. We drank unspeakable amounts of wine and ate unimaginable amounts of cheese, I also spent too much money on jewelry and accessories (confession time is over). The weekend REALLY helped chill me out. I feel like when you focus too much on schoolwork it gets too overwhelming and the stress eats away at you. I left with anxiety about projects and tests and returned with a much more balanced view about everything (let’s not talk about my group member who’s not doing her share of the work though. Ugh). I’m ready to kick this semester in the actual face.

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Best x.