Why Not Work in Paradise?

Life has taken a turn for the entire world this year. The good-old days of going into the office and having face-to-face meetings seem like decades ago. Most people have fantasized about leaving their 9 to 5 and head for a place to escape it all. And that is exactly what I decided to do! The world has experienced extreme financial hardships, especially the tourism … Continue reading Why Not Work in Paradise?

Travel The World Through Cocktails

Let’s all be honest, we are drinking more during quarantine. There is no judgement. This is a challenging time for everyone. We all deserve to explore and try new things this autumn and summer. Let’s get out of our comfort zones and try something new. Try pairing the drinks below with some vibrant music, virtual-tours online, or pairing it with some cultural cuisine, but no … Continue reading Travel The World Through Cocktails

Let’s Bring Date Night Back

One thing for sure, is that we have to up our date nights and keep romance alive! No matter what else is going on in the world, we need that. We have to create small things to look forward to on a weekly basis. Let’s enhance date night in any way we can. Not being able to go to our favorite restaurant or having impromptu wine bar nights has been something we have all … Continue reading Let’s Bring Date Night Back

Budget Friendly Father’s Day Gifts

Father’s day is about making all the father’s feel special. And that doesn’t mean spending a lot of money. Just like everything else in life, I believe with a little bit of creativity and out of box thinking you can give the most thoughtful affordable father’s day gift ever! Most people look to gadgets for father’s day gifts, I am going to challenge you to be … Continue reading Budget Friendly Father’s Day Gifts

Nature is Calling

Imagine waking up overlooking the rolling hills or smelling the mountain air. Or enjoying a glass of wine while sitting in the winery fields. This might sound impossible at the moment, but they are on the horizon. States are slowly lifting restrictions. They are varying state to state, but one thing is true for all we miss that open air. Nature is something that we take for granted. And … Continue reading Nature is Calling

The Art of the Staycation

So many of us missed birthday, anniversaries, graduations, spring breaks during the past few months. It was difficult to really celebrate besides endless zoom parties. It is also a time where we need something to look forward to. Most cities still have restrictions in place, and we of course need to be very careful moving forward. But if you take the extra precautions you can do … Continue reading The Art of the Staycation

Surviving as a Small Business

Small Businesses are struggling to survive this pandemic. Some have already closed their doors unknowing if they will ever open them up again. When drastic things happen in our life, we have to adjust our sails for survival. This pandemic is no exception. Without money coming in, we have to think outside the box to stay relevant and also available for consumers. I am a small businesses owner with no real … Continue reading Surviving as a Small Business