Everything about life just feels breezier in San Diego. Like you could run down to the beach barefoot in a swimsuit, surf for a while, throw on a dress, then grab tacos afterwards. Never once thinking about logistics, yet somehow everything seems to fall right into place. A carefree, sunny, vacation-esque lifestyle seems to come naturally there, even when you are at a coffee shop getting work done. For this reason, you won’t ever find me turning down a trip to this amazing city. After visiting San Diego my fair share of times, I compiled a list of my 6 favorite things to do there…
This one is for my local peeps! (or anyone passing through Wright City, MO)
If you’ve watched my Iceland video, then you may have seen my friend Jessica… she’s the one with the curly red hair! Well, her sweet family has had a Lavender Farm in Wright City, Missouri for almost 3 years and they just added a cafe to the barn!! Y’all. I am so excited for them AND myself, because I’m going to be there all the time. 😉
I was super lucky to be able to join them for their soft opening this past Saturday, before opening day next week. They packed the place with friends and
There aren’t many destinations that I think everyone should go to. That’s just quite the sweeping statement to make about a place, knowing there are all different kinds of travelers out there. However, there are a couple places I think every single person should see. And you guessed it… Iceland is one of them.
As we road-tripped around this beautiful country, we felt like we were on another planet. It’s home to some of the most diverse landscapes I’ve ever seen, most of which can be taken in without crowds of people. Now tell me, is there anything better than that?!
If you’ve been convinced to go, I highly recommend taking a road-trip around the ring road, as opposed to
Y’all! I am forever feeling blessed by friends who love adventure just as much as I do. Just last week, as we were walking out of bible study, Liz and I were chatting about wanting to go on a road-trip soon. Within the hour, we had a weekend picked and a destination. Typical. 😉
I had been hearing that Fayetteville was amazing from a few of my friends, so I figured we should give it a shot. Liz sums it up really well in the vid when she called it “half ridiculously hipster and half wilderness.”
We only stayed for one night, but we packed in as much as we could. Fitting for the town, there is a healthy mix of hikes and coffee shops in these recs. 😉