My company is a big sponsor for the Special Olympics chapter of Georgia. Through that relationship they offer employees the opportunity to volunteer at events around the Metro Atlanta area or even the state. I’m really blessed to work for a great company that allows employees to take time out of a “work” day to … More Special Olympics Track & Field 2018
Just like that, September 22, 2017 has arrived. The official start of fall here in the States. There’s so much about fall that I enjoy. Living in Atlanta, we get 3.5 seasons being this far south and that’s fine with me. Today is a warm 89 but I know soon those temps will drop but … More Fall 2017
Serving the people of Haiti. Quick recap of my trip building 3 houses. … More Serving Haiti
Living in the Atlanta metro area there are many great areas to explore for short day trips on the weekend that are mostly family friendly. Having the Chattahoochee flow through many parts creates great natural getaways that you’ll forget only a few miles away is the busy life of a large metropolitan city. One of … More Roswell Mill Waterfalls
Jumping on the Valentines bandwagon of love, it got me thinking of some of the trips I’ve taken that I’ve loved. Some of the love might be for the location, the history that surrounds it, taste of the local cuisine or the company I was with just to name a few. When you think of … More I Heart Travel – #Love Edition
Last month I took a trip to Italy where I knew I would be exploring several different cities. I didn’t want to buy a SIM card or add international data plan to my phone or carry around maps so I searched for new tools. There are several out there so the ones I describe might … More Tools when traveling abroad #travelTuesday
When visiting Italy, there are a few landmarks that everyone knows and want to visit. But when you’re planning your visit to Pisa and the main landmark of the Leaning Tower, how many days or hours do you set aside? Having been several friends and family who have been all shared their recommendations of how … More Pisa, is it worth the stop?