Vermont, Naturally

Whenever I hear someone mention a “green” state, I immediately think of Vermont. I have an incredible love for this state, and it’s somewhere I would seriously (and have before) consider living. Not only is the entire state green and eco-friendly, but the people who live here are so friendly it’s hard to leave. My … More Vermont, Naturally

Cheer of the Week: Cleaning up LA, 1 Billboard at a Time

This week’s cheer of the week goes to Los Angeles artist, Stephen Glassman, who has created the “Urban Air Project,” an ec0-friendly project designed to turn LA’s billboards into beautiful hanging bamboo gardens. Don’t think that’s green enough? Well, these gardens will be Wi-Fi enabled that will contain sensors that collect and transmit local climate … More Cheer of the Week: Cleaning up LA, 1 Billboard at a Time

Pure Michigan

Michigan is one of those states that gets overlooked (most of the time) when planning a vacation. Before one of my good friends was accepted to law school there, to be honest, I never really had too many plans to visit. That is, until I booked my trip to visit and had so much fun! … More Pure Michigan

Don’t Believe Everything You See on TV…New Jersey: The Garden State

Like Connecticut, I have only been to New Jersey for day trips, but have thoroughly enjoyed myself each time. I know this state gets a bad reputation, which also hasn’t gotten any better since the shows the Jersey Shore, Real Housewives of New Jersey, or Jerseylicious were introduced into our regular TV programming, but I … More Don’t Believe Everything You See on TV…New Jersey: The Garden State