It’s Earth Day again! How great is it that it comes around every year? Today I went down to Boulder, and went to the Boulder March for Science rally (couldn’t find the actual march…), then supported some local businesses and farms at the Farmer’s Market! Going to plant my strawberries and lettuce plants in a… Continue reading Earth Day Thoughts
This morning I spent time watching Harry Styles on SNL/reading his Rolling Stones article, which led me to feel nostalgic and watch a bunch of One Direction interviews and funny clips, and then I ended just listening to all their albums all afternoon and night. Basically I spent the day with One Direction. Honestly I… Continue reading Said her name was Georgia Rose
Welcome to my Teeny Travel Journal! My TTJ! I decided there are places around the world that I’ve visited and want to highlight, without any fluff. Just some snapshots of the city, park, town, region, whatever… without many words to clutter up the post. So it’s a travel journal… but a small one. Plus I… Continue reading TTJ: Channel Islands National Park
I was anxious about going to Capitol Reef. It was a bit risky: Arches and Canyonlands are around the corner from each other, while Capitol Reef is getting pretty deep into Utah. So after the first two, we didn't really know what this third park was going to give us after a 3 hour drive… Continue reading Capitol Reef National Park: a secluded gem
It’s the beginning of the month, so it’s time to share my monthly playlist! I don’t know if it’s been properly expressed yet so I will say it: I love music very much. New bands and releases, old songs that my parents love, nostalgic music that are from all parts of my life, groups that… Continue reading march melodies
The western part of our country is insanely and overwhelmingly beautiful. I guess this is obvious to a lot of people. But for a person who spent basically their whole life on the east coast, the beauty of this half of America continues to BLOW. ME. AWAY. And despite doing MOST of my current traveling for… Continue reading beUTAHful landscapes!
Traveling, as a concept, is kind of bad for the environment. It requires fuel for transportation, often in abundant amounts. At the same time, they seem to be kind of connected. For me, the two things are quite literally all I care about. But if you're driving a lot & burning through gas, jumping in… Continue reading How to: travel green