I started this blog on my 25th birthday, with a set of goals I wanted to achieve before I turned 30. I had been in Boston for two years (a “long” time), had a fun and easy life, but also knew that there was more out there, just waiting for me to grab it. I … Continue reading Reflections on being 29-and-a-half
I might be a little late to the party, but I am obsessed with this 2012 pop mashup. From the paths of the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp to Logan Airport to the streets of Boston and NYC, this is what 2012 sounded like – and I loved it all. What was your favorite … Continue reading Music Monday: The sounds of a year
Here’s your daily dose of awesome, with a good song to go with it from my friends at The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp.
I am on my way back from a week at the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, one of my favorite places on earth. Highlights of the week include being made fun of by 14 year old girls for having rabbit eyes (what would that even mean??) – I didn’t care as long as they … Continue reading Lollipop moments
According to the folks at The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, this is the song of the summer. I can’t say I mind – it’s catchy to the point of getting stuck in my head often. I also love the idea that these celebs (Justin Beiber/Ashley Tisdale/ Selena Gomez) are just as … Continue reading Music Monday: Call me maybe?
Imagine a place where the unthinkable becomes reality. Where anything, absolutely anything, is possible. Where the fish are always biting, the spotlights are always shining on you, and everyone is singing the same song (ignore the fact that it’s in wildly different keys). That place exists in Ashford, Connecticut, and I’ve been lucky enough to … Continue reading Camp is where the heart is
I started this blog on my 25th birthday, and used it to fuel my ambitions: to have as many adventures as possible before I turned 30. How did it turn out? Pretty damn fun. Being accountable to the internet inspired me to really go through with some wild plans – from flying a plane to hiking … Continue reading Five Year Plan