America’s Marathon Weekend

Atlanta has rich history in athletics including being host of the 1996 Olympics. It had been years since the games were played here but many of the fans who lived here then and those transplants who live here now (me included) were prepared to show off again. This was a record number of runners who … More America’s Marathon Weekend

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Tokyo 2020

In ten short days the American marathon hopefuls will set out to finish in the top three to advance to represent the United States of America in Tokyo for the 2020 Summer Olympics.Runnera will run 26.2 miles throughout the streets of Atlanta, passing several historic sites. They will pass through the area near Martin Luther … More Tokyo 2020

2020 Hotel Planning

Wow, sorry friends it’s been a BUSY Spring/Summer for me. I moved across town, so lots of little projects with the house. My coworker had a baby so I’ve been trying to pick up extra areas of responsibility during her maternity leave which has me traveling a little more than normal, which got me thinking … More 2020 Hotel Planning

Boutique Air

Living in the metropolitan area of Atlanta, GA, home of the world’s busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, I’m fortunate to have many direct flights to hundreds of locations domestically and internationally. I try to fly one airline as much as I can, but this week’s trip made it a little harder to fly that … More Boutique Air

End of 2018

Today is the last day of 2018. It’s a great time to look back and reflect on the good, bad and document new goals…err roll over a few that I didn’t complete in 2018. I’m scanning many of your blogs for things you did this year or want to do next year. For me I … More End of 2018