Solo travel doesn’t have to stop just because you’re now managing a chronic illness. Here’s how I do it.
Seattle’s about to hit a super warm yet still possibly rainy season, and all I want are cute raincoats and coats. (And in which I find out I really like the color orange.)
It’s time for Neat Seattle Things! The post roundup where I find neat events – and food I want to try already. Here’s the stuff for the week of March 22-28:
Since this blog is young, it’s time to talk privilege.
The University of Washington cherry blossoms are almost here! And not for long – or with tons of parking.
It’s hard to select one bite that’s the best, so I’m just going to go for my favorites.
Because it’s nice to have an idea of where you’re headed.
The San Francisco tips I wish I’d followed this trip, because while I’ve been countless times, this trip in particular reminded me how much for fun the city is when I’m prepared.
This post was supposed to be all about the Shug’s Soda Fountain February lineup. Instead I’m going to gush for a few paragraphs about their cherry compote sundae and why you should get over its…
Ever wanted to be a paleontologist? Especially in the comfort of your own home, with such wonderful things like heat and electricity?