Featured Posts, Travel

How We Spent One Day in Magic Kingdom

Magic Kingdom is probably the most popular of all the Disney parks. All the iconic rides and sights are there – Cinderella’s Castle, It’s A Small World and the mountain rides. In non-COVID times, it’s also the best place to meet the characters or dine with them, however none of that is going on right now but you’ll still be able to see some characters from a distance! I spent one day in the park […]

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Travel

Epcot & Disney Springs

We recently returned from a week in Orlando, where I spent four days at the Disney Parks and one at Universal so I could get my Wizarding World fix. It was a great trip and even though we’re still dealing with COVID, all the parks have taken precautions to keep visitors safe and I felt like everyone adhered to the rules for the most part and if they didn’t, park employees made sure they did. […]

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Books

Book Review: “The Mary Shelley Club” by Goldy Moldavsky

Thank you to Netgalley for providing an advanced reader copy of this title in exchange for a fair and honest review. Rachel Chavez is trying to forget something horrible that happened to her, so starting at a different school and making new friends seems like the best way to put the straight out of a horror movie event behind her. It isn’t easy to fit in at Manchester Prep, though, so when members of the […]

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Travel

Bottleworks Hotel Indianapolis

This post was sponsored by Bottleworks Hotel, but all thoughts and opinions about my stay and the hotel are my own. What an amazing addition to Mass Ave! This gorgeous art deco inspired boutique hotel was modeled after the old Coca-Cola Bottling plant from the 1930s. The original building, which sat where the hotel is now, was once the world’s largest Coca-Cola Bottling Plant, producing over 2 million bottles of the popular soft drink PER […]

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Featured Posts, Murals

The Best Murals in Lafayette, Indiana

Lafayette, Indiana is best known for Purdue, but the mid-size Midwestern town has a lot of public art to offer. If you enjoy chasing murals like I do, you’ll want to stop in this college town for a few hours to check them all out. And the best thing – many of them are located very close to one another! I hope that you get the change to check out all the public art that […]

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Food

Bae Latin Food in Carmel, Indiana

Owners Michele Beauperthuy and Alberto Araujo opened Bae Latin Food back in March of 2020 just two days before the pandemic shut all the restaurants down. Talk about the worst time to open a brand new business! But with over twenty years in the restaurant industry, the two childhood friends decided to pivot and change to carryout only in order to try to give their newly opened restaurant a fighting chance. The set-up of Bae […]

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