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The Edition – My Recent Travels, Fashion Purchases, and More

Apr 13
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Introducing the Edition! These posts are to get more personal and share more details of the snippets I share on my socials. In the first Edition, you’ll find details on my travels to Nashville, California, Montana, and coastal Georgia, what I’ve been wearing, what I’m packing for upcoming trips, my fashion wishlist, home purchases, and Amazon gadgets.

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Back in February, I had a fun girls’ trip to Beverly Hills where we stayed at the Peninsula Hotel for the first time. It’s a bit more traditional than the Beverly Wilshire, so it really depends on what you like. I loved having a balcony to enjoy the California air. The hotel staff was super friendly, like family. It’s only a short walk to Rodeo Drive, which is my favorite spot. My sister and I had a cool brunch at The Beverly Hills Hotel, evoking Greenbrier/Old Hollywood vibes.

For Easter, we headed to Sea Island again, just a 5-hour drive from Atlanta or a quick flight away. The kids had a blast riding bikes and exploring. The weather in March was a bit chilly, so I rocked my sweatshirt on the beach, but the heated pools were a hit with the kids. Sea Island has added more restaurants for guests, and we had a lovely dinner at the Georgia Room one night without the kids. I was winding down from a stressful website launch so we chose to stay in a few nights and lounge around. We’re already looking forward to going back in July for the 4th of July celebrations!

Our girls had an early spring break in early March, so we decided to take them skiing in Montana with some friends. It was our first time at Big Sky, and it was absolutely delightful. We were lucky to experience some amazing fresh snow during our stay, making it a truly magical trip. Our friends suggested we stay at Big Sky Resort, which was super convenient and had a heated indoor/outdoor pool that the kids absolutely adored. With a total of 5 little girls between our two families, the three-bedroom hotel suite we stayed in, complete with a bunk room featuring 5 beds and a spacious bathroom, was a perfect setup where everyone felt included. We frequented the Montage for dinner, bowling, and browsing their beautiful gift shop. However, my favorite dining experience was at Everett’s 8,800, situated at the mountain’s summit. The caviar appetizer with homemade potato chips and creme fraiche was simply divine. I also discovered a new favorite cheese, Red Dragon, on their charcuterie board.

We also had a brief two-night getaway to Nashville with friends, staying at the 1 Hotel in downtown. It was our first time at that property, and we loved the rooftop lounge for those 21 and over. If you prefer more traditional accommodations and value bathroom privacy, I would recommend the Hermitage Hotel. Before leaving town, we stopped there for breakfast, and it suited our preferences perfectly. The highlight of our Nashville trip was a private concert at the Ryman, a historic Nashville landmark. The Ryman, originally an old church converted into a concert hall, exudes the coolest vibes.


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