Adventure, Food

Tulum Top Ten

Blue-green water, open-air restaurants, shipwreck-inspired hotels and a shopping scene that you might expect in Soho make Tulum endlessly enticing. Tulum, a bohemian beach town on Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, is popular for a reason. Beautiful blue-green water, excellent open-air restaurants (many owned by American expats), shipwreck-inspired hotels and a shopping scene that […]

Image of a boat in Bahia de Los Angeles in Baja

An Epic Baja Road Trip

Justin and I went on a Baja road trip with our intrepid friends and their two kids a while back. We swam with whale sharks, cooked clams we found on the beach and drank incredible wine. It was one of our most inexpensive vacations but also one of the most […]


A Trip Back in Time: Salta Guide

Over the last six years, I believe I’ve spent more time on the road than at home. In Marrakech, I’ve haggled over carpets and sealed the deal over mint tea. I’ve climbed Kilimanjaro with a relentless guide, a marathoner and military officer who scolded me when I stopped for a […]


Becoming a Better Skier in Jackson Hole

I’m staring down the face of a double back diamond run as my instructor for the day, Jess McMillan, (a Freeskiing World Tour Champion) shouts up encouragement. “You an do it, just stay focused,” say McMillan. The run is so steep, with a sheer rocky section in the middle, I can’t […]


Paris for Runners

This month I’m busy prepping for the rapidly approaching Semi-Marathon de Paris in March and I’m definitely playing catch up after sagging behind on the running front over the holidays. Running is one of my favorite things to do in Paris and I’ve been happy to see more and more people […]