I’ve mentioned many times before how I have a personal bucket list of things I want to do whether that be within the next few months or the next few years. In my most recent blog, I stated that it’s a goal of mine to check off as much as I can this summer. One of those items that’s been on my list is The Lights Fest.
I’m always looking for new hikes and new sights to see. For me, a hike is such an underrated adventure. It truly allows you to appreciate the beautiful world we live in and often take for granted.
I’ve had a bucket list started since high school (possibly earlier). Skydiving has been on that list for quite some time; I’ve been wanting to go for years. While I’ve been wanting to go for what seems like forever, part of me had settled on the fact that I might just never get around to it. But here I am, one day later, having jumped out of a plane 10,000 feet in the sky.
The week leading up to my college commencement ceremony, a few of my friends and I thought it would be fun to do a group wine tasting. Going to a winery is something I’ve been meaning to check off my to-do list since turning 21, but I never quite got around to it. Luckily, Cream Ridge Winery offered the perfect laid back and intimate wine tasting experience.
If you’ve read my posts on my daily diet and diet breakdown, you know that a huge portion of what I eat is chicken. Breaded chicken cutlets are a staple in my house. They’re delicious, can be made into an array of different recipes and are a great source of protein. People are constantly asking me how I can be eating the same thing daily without getting tired of it, so I thought I would share a few of my favorite, fit-friendly ways I incorporate chicken into my diet!
If you follow me on Instagram, you’re likely to see me posting a picture of my morning bowl of oats approximately once a week. Oatmeal is my go-to breakfast that I just can’t get enough of.
We’re barely two weeks into 2018 and I’ve been lucky enough to visit my favorite city twice. There’s just something about the New York City air (cue sarcastic joke about pollution) that gives off a vibe like no other. The atmosphere is incredible and this city is the reason why I know I’m not likely to ever move too far away. Consider this blog a dedication to the best city there is.
There are too many coffee shops to check out in Asbury (not that I’m complaining). If you’ve been reading my blog and my last two blog posts (if you haven’t you can find them here and here), you know that my roommate and I made it our mission to scope out some of the best in Asbury my final weekend of college. America’s Cup was third on our list.
If you didn’t read my last blog post on Asbury Park Roastery, you may want to click over there now! I mentioned in the blog that the coffee company advertises that they sell by the cup and by the bag. The Twisted Tree Café in Asbury has taken advantage of that and serves their organic coffee and espresso!