Monthly Archive:: June 2015
Are you on the beach? I hope you’re on the beach. Right now, reading this. We’ve had a bunch of rainy weekends here in New York, followed by gorgeous 80 degree sunny days during the workweek. This coming week is forecasted to be more of the same.
Written on June 18, 2015
There are a ton of travel sites swimming around the web and it can be daunting to know the best place to start when planning a trip. How do you book cheap flights to the best destinations? How do you find a great hotel in your price range and not overpay?
Cruising through my best books list of 2014 (I’ve done 3/5 so far…not bad), this novel has become quite popular in recent months. I’ve read a number of books this year set during the World War II era – Fatelessness, Sarah’s Key, and The Book Thief, to name a few
It’s been awhile since I’ve done a link roundup. Here’s some internet reading to occupy you in between enjoying this incredible summer weather:
Written on June 11, 2015
Although it’s a small city, Brussels has plenty of fun, quirky ways to spend your visit. Like many of European cities, it’s beautiful, with historical architecture, quaint cobblestone neighborhoods, and delicious food and cafes. Here’s how to spend three days in Brussels:
Everything I Never Told You not only appeared on all the best books lists of 2014, but it was often cited as the best book of the year. If folks couldn’t decide on a single best book then they cited it in the top five.
Written on June 4, 2015
Will you let me talk about my winter Europe trip and show my dreary gray photos? Eric had a work conference in Brussels and I jumped on the opportunity to tag along.
This book isn’t exactly new, but I see it pop up frequently – at used bookstores, in airport lounges, on a friend’s reading list. It’s been on my own bookshelf for years, staring me down, and beckoning a read. I took the plunge and thought it was worth a review.