We had a desire to get our spending in check after the holidays — especially as we knew we were planning a big trip to Costa Rica. Both Christmas and the month of January were expensive as we had the holidays, travel and little L’s birthday. We figured February would be a good time to
I couldn’t resist jumping in Kait Hanson’s September Blogging Challenge when she shared this topic… Travel is my love language. We have a list on our kitchen island of 10 places we’d love to visit in the near future (I consider this in the next 1-5 years). I could easily expand this list to 25
This trip was entirely different than our 2015 Ireland excursion. We had more stuff and the same amount of hands – not to mention we were locked in our room most nights by 7 PM, didn’t get to hear any music in the evenings at pubs and I only had 4 beers the whole time.
Our trip to Ireland was beautiful, fun, exciting and exhausting all at the same time! As I mentioned in our New York post, we realized very quickly just how much we rely on our parents, daycare and our babysitter to help with our toddler. He is so much fun at this age but also needs lots
When I announced that we were traveling internationally with Liam this year, I got some comments about how other wished they could do the same. I’ve always been quick to mention that L and I are both fortunate to work for companies that have allowed us to travel AND keep all the points/miles for our