Quebec City is a picturesque city with a European Feel. The cobblestone streets and french architecture give it an old time romantic feel. Quebec City is easily accessible from New England, and offers a cultural experience different than what exists within the walls of the US of A. It was great for a quick fall baecation, but would really be great for anyone to visit. … Continue reading Quebec City, Canada
In terms of great places to be in the fall in New England, Burlington, Vermont hits the spot. It also happens to be where I was born, so its basically a landmark. It is a great small city that has plenty of restaurants, bars, breweries and shops, in addition to a number of outdoor activities. The air in Vermont always feels fresher to me and … Continue reading One Day in Burlington, Vermont
I don’t remember how it started. It can be a bit of an acquired taste. I do remember the first time I felt it. I was at work, at my desk mid-afternoon. I thought to myself wow – I am in an unreasonably good mood right now. High energy levels, happy mood, feeling friendly, clear minded, pretty much ready to do anything. This is rare, … Continue reading The Kombucha Buzz
This trip came about like many others I go on, semi-randomly. I had gotten the itch to go to Montreal some time ago. I tend to think of northern Vermont (where I was born) as the ends of the earth in terms of snowiness and coldness. The fact that such a large city lies just beyond Vermont’s bounds was and still is somewhat mind blowing … Continue reading Quebec City, Montreal & Burlington, VT
Robinhood is a stock trading app that is popular with millennials. What’s great about it is that you can buy and sell stocks without a commission charge. Other stock sites can charge around $6.99 per transaction. I have used Robinhood to play around with buying stocks in an effort to learn. I have no technically legitimate stock research advice to give, but here are a … Continue reading Robinhood – Can I Get Rich Day Trading?
Things to know about Key West, Accommodations, Travel Logistics & Cost Things to Know: Cash – Remember to get cash out before going on any tourist type activity. There was definitely a big tipping culture, and there will be a tipping portion of the program when the event concludes. It’s so rare that I carry cash nowadays, and the use of it is starting … Continue reading Key West Travel Guide – Part 2
Key West was an amazing vacation destination and I would go back in a heartbeat. We (Josh and I) were there from Tuesday May 9 – Sunday May 14 2017. Key West has the feeling of being away from it all on a tropical island yet is in the good ole US of A. Below is a recap of all the activities we did and … Continue reading Key West Travel Guide – Part 1
Ever wonder if it is worth it to try out a Juice Cleanse? I’ve thought of doing a cleanse before but never pulled the trigger. I’ve heard mixed reviews, from people being cranky AF to it being a good way to drop a few pounds quick. Nothing I’ve heard indicated it’s the healthiest thing to be doing, but I wanted to try it out regardless. Scene: … Continue reading To Juice Cleanse, or not to Juice Cleanse?
One Sunday in July, J & I took a day trip to Essex/Ipswich, Ma. It was a uniquely New England Day filled with activities, and was a great way to spend a day. J.T. Farnums Seafood – We kicked the day off at this quintessential New England Seafood joint, and had an excellent meal. Nothing to complain about a great lobster roll and a great … Continue reading New England Day Trips: Essex/Ipswich, Ma