Travel: Tybee Island

momlife, travel

I feel rejuvenated. Like something has changed on a cellular level. Like healing has occurred. I talked about my spiritual journey recently on my Facebook page and I was super surprised by the feedback that I got. It helped me to realize that there is the opportunity to create community and connection by being more open and vulnerable, especially about the things that many of us can relate to.

I’ll be including more talks of spiritual practices and metaphysics on this site in the future. I hope we can share and grow together in that.

I visited Tybee Island, an adorable little island close to Savannah, Georgia. My family and I spent a relaxing day at the beach and it felt like a hard reset. It felt soo good. We got to the beach late Sunday morning. It wasn’t crowded at all, the weather was great, and the ocean water was nice and warm. If you’re in the Atlanta area or in this general part of the country, I would recommend taking a weekend trip to Tybee Island. More from my day below:


Travel: Sweet Times in Savannah.

Lifestyle, momlife, travel

I visited Savannah, Georgia for the first time last weekend and fell in love. The big Oak trees with Spanish Moss draping the branches are so beautiful. Savannah has the feel of an old soul. Such a charming place.

The great thing about living in the South is a quick road trip can get you to so many cool places whether it’s in Georgia, the Carolinas, Florida, or elsewhere. Driving to Savannah was a 3.5 hour car ride. Completely doable, even with 2 toddlers.

On our first day there, we went to The Public House for dinner, which was amazing. Then we waited in a line that went half way down the block for Leopold’s Ice Cream. Their serving size was on 200. And I, for one, was not mad. Plus the weather was perfection so we finished the day with a nice stroll around town. It was a great day.

I’m just getting to know Savannah, so any recommendations for next time are appreciated. I’ll definitely be back.

Peace. ❤️


Macon, Georgia

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I have a toddler and a 5 month old. Therefore, life is hectic and a lot of fun. And I’m tired for like 75% of the day. They definitely keep me on my toes but I love every minute of it. I was literally chasing him around the majority of this trip, lol.

My aunt moved to Macon earlier this year and we finally made it down for a visit. They have the cutest downtown. So charming and quaint. Ain’t nobody trying to live there, but it’s cute for a visit.

Also, the weather down here is finally starting to cool off, so layering it is! Come through Fall. I’m a fan of cropped tops over longer more flowy tops. Creates a little interest.

Georgia State Fair.

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Shoutout to continuing to do summer tings right on into Fall. Me and the family went to the Georgia State Fair a couple weeks ago and had such a good time. It was the last Saturday before the fair closed.  I love going to places that the whole family can enjoy. Langston got to see a zebra, feed a giraffe, ride some rides, and play a game where he won a shark (which automatically became “Daddy Shark, do do do do”). And Josie was on straight chill mode the entire time. If thats not a success, I don’t know what is.

Weather was perfection and that carnival food was oh so fye. I use Myfitnesspal to track my calories every day, but I wasn’t even trying to think about it while we were there. Funnel cake with cherries, cheesy french fries, and barbeque chicken tacos? Yes please.