When I first purchased my plane tickets for JetBlue (which is awesome by the way!) to NYC, I looked into various tour options. I highly considered the CityPass and NYC Pass because I knew I wanted to be a total tourist in NYC while I was there for 48 hours. I kept putting off the […]
Sunday Postcard My Writings Around the Interwebs Can Money Stree Make You Phsyically Sick? My Posts This Week Strolling the High Line in NYC 5 Hikes Within an Hour of Portland, Maine Happy Sunday!
Fall is my favorite season in Maine. I love the cooler temperatures, the changing leaves, and the crispest of a new class syllabus. Yes, I’m a total dork and love school. One of my favorite outdoor activities to do in Maine is go hiking. With hundreds of hills, mountains, and seaside cliffs, Maine is an […]
New York City is commonly known as the “concrete jungle” and for good reason. There are skyscrapers as far as the eye can see! To help off set all the concrete in Manhattan, residents and tourists alike tend to escape to the greenery of Central Park. Of course, there are several other smaller parks scattered […]
This past weekend I spent a little over 48 hours exploring NYC. I’ve only been to the “city that doesn’t sleep” once before back in 2008 on my way home from my summer in Montana. I’m not much of a big city person, but I’ve had the urge to visit NYC recently and decided to […]
Okay, so maybe the photos weren’t lost. These photos are ones my friend Lindsay took during our vacation. I’m not a very photogenic person so I generally try to avoid the camera, but she managed to snap a few of me. So without further ado, here are the lost Belize photos! Help me out! Now! […]
My father often goes to Providence, Rhode Island to visit my sister who lives in the area. Every time he comes back he raves about this thing called “WaterFire.” So when Jane and I visited my sister and explored the historic town of Newport, we knew we had to head into Providence Saturday night to […]
Sunday Postcard Saint Mary’s Church was founded on April 8, 1828. The church became famous when John Fitzgerald Kenndy married Jacqueline Lee Bouvier on September 12, 1953. It is located on William Street about a 5 minutes walk from infamous Thames Street.
Sunday Postcard This Week’s Posts: Summer Book Challenge – August Reads The Millennial Spectrum: Are You Wealthier Than Your Friends? How to Get Hundreds Back From The State Just for Paying Your Student Loans: Educational Opportunity Tax Credit
Do you want to see if you can get hundreds or possibly thousands back each year just for paying your student loans? Did you graduate from a Maine college or University after January 1, 2008? Do you work in Maine? Do you pay your student loans? If you answered yes to all of the above […]