A Visit to the Man in Black: The Johnny Cash Museum

Visiting the Man in Black was an emotional experience. I’ve been a big Johnny Cash fan ever since I started to learn how to play the guitar in middle school. “Walk the Line” was one of the songs I learned how to play early on so I thrilled to visit a museum dedicated to Johnny Cash. 

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Travel Diary: How to Spend 24 Hours in Nashville

Nashville has been on my travel bucket list for a few years now but as it becomes more popular thanks to bachelor and bachelorette parties, hotel and airline prices have skyrocketed. Still, traveling is the worth the steep price to me so I decided to finally bite the bullet and spend the rest of my […]

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Travel Diary: The Historic Rosedale Plantation in Charlotte, North Carolina

A few weeks ago I got to visit Charlotte, North Carolina! I only stayed for thirty-two hours because the flights that weekend were expensive. I think the price had more to do with the fact that my trip was a last minute thing. I won tickets to see Luke Bryan from the Verizon Up program at the PNC […]

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25 THINGS I’VE LEARNED IN 25 YEARS

I’d like to think after 25 years on this earth I have some wisdom to share. So listed below are twenty-five things I’ve learned in the past twenty-five years.

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Visiting the 9/11 Memorial and Museum

I understand why tour guides in Washington, DC say if you visit the Holocaust Museum to make it the only thing you do that day. It’s upsetting and emotionally draining, which is why I’ve never stepped foot in the museum. Yet as a native New Yorker I did something I never thought I would be able to do. I visited the 9/11 memorial and museum. 

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