Expat Life

  • My Mom’s Gluten-Free Pumpkin Whoopie Pies and Expat Thanksgiving

    My Mom’s Gluten-Free Pumpkin Whoopie Pies and Expat Thanksgiving
  • Life in London: September and October 2018

    Life in London: September and October 2018
  • Two Years On

    Two Years On
  • Life in London: August 2018

    Life in London: August 2018

Sicily Tour: Erice and Segesta

Traveling Europe as an American lends itself to many fairytale moments. Everything is just so old – the style of buildings are those that we’ve really only seen in books and movies. The Sicilian countryside definitely gives storybook vibes with its beautiful old buildings, dramatic cliffs and hills, green vineyards and…

A Weekend in Berlin, Germany

Germany has long been on both Andrew and my travel bucket lists. We decided that a weekend in Berlin would be the perfect place to start. What interested me most about visiting Germany was the chance to see how history and progress interact in a place where so much has…

St. Anton am Arlberg, Austria

Ski holidays are a special sort of trip. The energy in ski towns is unlike the vibe you’ll find most places, and St. Anton is no exception. St. Anton am Arlberg has just about everything you’d want for the ultimate ski holiday. Get There | Stay  | Do and check out my…

Six Months in London

Note: I never published this, so publishing now to have this to look back on 🙂 This week will mark six months since we’ve moved to London! We are already a quarter of the way through our time here! Madness. We welcome our first visitor tomorrow and I couldn’t be…

Valluga, St. Anton am Arlberg

I originally wanted to post about St. Anton first. When I sat down to write, all I could think about was the highlight of our trip – skiing Valluga. I will share the details of our trip soon, but first, Valluga. To appreciate how incredible an experience this was for me,…

Things to do in London: Junkyard Golf Club

One of the best things about living in a city as large as London is that there is something here for everyone. You can find pretty much any food you can think of or class or activity. People who live here come from all over the world, and it reflects…

London Day Trip: Stonehenge and Salisbury

With so much to see, do, discover, learn, eat and drink in London, there are times when I almost forget that there is a whole wide, green, new (to me) country out there to discover! In the five months we’ve lived here, we’ve only left London without leaving the country…