Traveler Tuesday – Karisa of Flirting with the Globe

Travel blogger - Karisa of Flirting with the Globe

Travel bloggers come in all shapes and sizes and I think Karisa of Flirting with the Globe is my favorite flavor! Her access to travel is the same as mine – full time corporate gal who maximizes every free moment to explore the world! She shares her experiences on her wonderful travel blog and offers… 

Saturday Six #140

Saturday-Six-Feb28

Hello everyone! I am writing from Yosemite which just had its first snow of the season last night! We road-tripped it up here (and I brought everything I mentioned in my perfect roadtrip bag, even the sardines!).  I am staying at the lovely Tenaya Lodge and there will be more on my trip in a… 

Friday Foodie – Paula of Call Me PMc

Food blogger Paula @ Call Me PMc

Sometimes it takes a life event to stumble upon your calling. Without giving more away (you’ll have to read the interview) Paula otherwise known as PMc (P-Mac) found her blog calling via the necessity of constantly answering the question from friends and family about what they should cook.  Paula is a natural, a gracious host… 

Traveler Tuesday – Lance and Laura of Travel Addicts

Travel blogger - Lance and Laura of Travel Addicts

I am always fond of couples who can run a travel blog together.  My hubby and I travel together but my blog is a my effort alone – although Mr. Misadventures does provide magnificent photos, I’d love to assign him a few tasks to do!  That’s what Lance and Laura of Travel Addicts have! They… 

My Perfect Roadtrip Bag

RoadTrip-BlogHop

Today I am participating in a blog hop with a few of my closest blogging friends. You might be wondering, “What’s a blog hop?” It’s an event where bloggers get together to write content associated with a specific theme – in our case, “My Perfect Roadtrip Bag” – and YOU get to move from one… 

Friday Foodie – Vanessa of Smart Little Cookie

Vanessa of Smart Little Cookie

When you emigrate from another country sometimes the tendency is to eat food from the culture you are used to.  I know my great-grandparents were a bit like this when they first moved to the U.S. My grandfather was raised in a Portuguese home that ate Portuguese food.  But then there are others, like Vanessa…