• Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Travel Tips

    July 22, 2017

    e Northern Arizona contains the beautiful, highly-visited Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend. When I first saw a photo of the painted-like canyon, I honestly thought the photographer used photoshop to overly saturate the photos. However, the more photos I saw, then the more convinced I was the canyon could actually look that beautiful without any…

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  • Memorial Day Weekend

    May 31, 2017

    On Saturday, I did my first ever bike fit and had aerobars installed! Look out for that post later this week. I needed to get my training in for my 70.3 Ironman and decided to stay in town. However, Alex and I still wanted to do something fun. He proposed the idea of a staycation…

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  • Sunrise and Snowboarding

    April 6, 2017

    I can’t believe I almost forgot to post about my trip to Sunrise with the Moe family this year! I am always in constant awe in Arizona’s beautiful biodiversity. It was the perfect quick-trip getaway. Well the Thursday we left also happened to be the grand opening for one of our big clients at my…

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  • Top of London: Night and Day

    March 15, 2017

    London offers multiple vantage points to view the city. Alex and I saw two of those points: The Shard and the London Eye. I loved the opportunity of viewing the city during both the evening and day because it made each experience unique. The Shard The Shard we ventured off to see the first evening…

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  • London Architecture

    March 14, 2017

    Architecture always fascinates me. I love seeing the meticulous thought that goes into building a structure. I found an appreciation for both the modern and historical buildings mixed throughout London. The weather ranged from 25-30 degrees Fahrenheit but felt colder just because it’s so damp! No matter how many layers I had, I was still…

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  • Parisian Palate

    February 28, 2017

    One of the best parts of Paris IMO was the food! We tried everything from street food to cafes to full-service… and I can honestly say it was all outstanding. I would go back to Paris for the food alone! Train Street Restaurant/Bistro Boulangerie/Desserts For a more detailed description of some of the food we…

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  • Architecture in Paris

    February 22, 2017

    Something I’ve always held an eye for is detail. Paris does a phenomenal job on the detail of its architecture. Alex and I took our time seeing what we could, but unfortunately couldn’t see everything. However, check out some of the amazing things we did get to see below! The Arc de Triomphe de l’Étoile…

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  • Ladurée

    February 8, 2017

    I first met Ladurée as a marketing intern in New York my junior year of college. The Parisian-based macaron shop was known for having only the best macarons in the world. At the time, there were only two locations in the United States and both were in NY. My friends and I were exploring SoHo…

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  • The Louvre

    February 3, 2017

    The Louvre is most iconic for two things: the Mona Lisa and its glass pyramid. What I loved was the architecture of the building itself, and seeing one of my favorite childhood paintings, The Coronation of Napoleon. Jacques-Louis David’s The Coronation of Napoleon is a painting I fell in love with upon seeing it in…

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