Category Archive: Adventure

Idyllic Colorado Weekend

Weekends like this make me love Colorado. Friday I went to a summer solstice yoga workshop where we did 108 sun salutations on the roof while the sun set over downtown Denver and… Continue reading

1st/2nd Flatiron Hike

On Friday we went up to Boulder to hike the 1st/2nd Flatiron trail. One of my colleagues does mountain rescue and he was saying that the hike was one of his favorites as… Continue reading


I spent the penultimate weekend of my 20s with a trip to Vegas with my super amazing sister-in-law and some friends. We ate some great food at Shiboya (get the black miso cod),… Continue reading

A-Basin, The Rockies, and Easy Oatmeal

Ok, so life is still kicking my butt with long hours, high stress, and low resources. In the midst of wedding planning, trying to buy a house, working full time, and wrapping up… Continue reading

Skiing Big Sky

The Boy’s family has two condos at Big Sky so we got the family together (17 of us!) for a ski vacation. Two years ago I learned to ski at Big Sky. I… Continue reading

New Skis! Icelantic Oracles!

I have the best partner in the world. I came home late from Vancouver and The Boy had waited up for me. I happily gifted him some seasoned salt from Meat and Bread… Continue reading

48 hours in Vancouver

I spent the last 48 hours interviewing for a position in Vancouver. I’m on the job market for a position after I graduate in August and I am very thankful to be interviewing… Continue reading

Beaver Creek and Vail

Our buddy was in town from Boston so we hit the road to ski Beaver Creek and Vail this weekend. We took the dogs. One of the coolest things about living in Colorado… Continue reading

Breck and Copper

My friend who we went snowmobiling with used to be a nationally ranked skier and professional ski bum (true stories). So we hit up Breck with her cousins and had a blast. Not… Continue reading


I went snowmobiling for the first time on Friday! Not only did I go snowmobiling, but I went with The Boy and two of our good friends who were visiting from Pittsburgh. Not… Continue reading