East Coast road trip: Florida to Massachusetts in 5 days

What happens when you find a $10/day rental car rate from Hertz with just one catch: You must drive one-way out of Florida? Hi

This Time Last Year

This time last year, I was diagnosed with breast cancer, had pretty invasive surgery, and was looking ahead to weeks of radiat

Plainville Hot Air Balloon Festival glow

As I suspected, there was no shortage of photo opportunities at the balloon glow of this annual event.

Cooking like it’s 1940

I don’t normally find anything at antique stores, but today was an exception. I’m pretty stoked about this cookboo

How to visit Brimfield Antique Show weekend

I just visited the Brimfield Antique Show weekend for the first time ever, and it was so obvious that I arrived unprepared the

Canyonlands: The “other” national park near Moab

Arches National Park gets most of the love and attention from visitors who are in or near Moab. After all, it’s tough to

Finally, a trip to Arches National Park

Last month, I finally had the chance to check Arches National Park in Moab, Utah off of my travel bucket list. It was an impor

Road Trip to MASS MoCA art museum

One of the things I love about living in New England is that there is never a lack of activity on the weekends. If you want a

Hidden gem: Crowe’s Pasture Beach in South Dennis, MA

This past weekend, we were feeling a little spring fever-ish and headed toward Cape Cod in search of beaches. It was sunny, bu

A visit to the Udvar-Hazy Center, home of Space Shuttle Discovery

On April 5th, I had the chance to make another visit to one of my favorite places – the National Air and Space Museum, S

A land-lover’s trip to Southern Belize

Why Belize? Belize had been on my travel bucket list for quite some time. After being diagnosed with breast cancer in July of

#ISS1Year NASA Social at Johnson Space Center in Houston

A few weeks ago, a small group of NASA social media fans (including me!) were invited to cover the ISS One Year Crew news and

A dispatch from the other side of a breast cancer journey

It’s been over a month since I’ve posted about breast cancer, but the time has gone by in a flash. I finished trea

“Outside the Spacecraft” Exhibit at Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum

On Wednesday, I took a quick day trip down to Washington, DC to attend a special social media event at the Smithsonian Nationa

And then we came to the end (or is this the beginning?)

It’s been more than two weeks since my final radiation treatment, and I’ve been delaying the writing of this post