Why you should explore, an impressive DIY kitchen, home during the pandemic, and butts.
I couldn't take not being able to travel for one more day. We took a day trip to Wilson, NC so I've got a recommended itinerary to share with you. There is one indoor activity that you could skip for covid-19 prevention but everything else is outdoors and socially distant.
The signs of progress around us are encouraging. Some communities are relaxing aspects of the stay-at-home restrictions and certain workplaces are beginning to reopen. But at the same time, we understand that many of you are continuing to face significant hardships that will not resolve quickly or easily. That’s why we are continuing to entertain and inform you regardless of past-due payments and waiving all late-payment fees, as well as fees for online and in-person payments.
I put together yet another perfectly fancy one-day itinerary for Japan, this time in Tokyo, in hopes that I'll one day be able to use it.
I put together another perfectly fancy one-day itinerary for Japan, this time in the alps, in hopes that I'll one day be able to use it.
Given the continuously changing nature of this situation, we have a few things to occupy your mind and time for a few minutes. No dreadfully long articles this time, I promise.
I put together a perfectly fancy one-day itinerary for Osaka, Japan in hopes that I'll one day be able to use it. If not, there's also a 3D tour so you can pretend you're there.
I'm sharing some wallpaper and teacups I adore, the magic of vitamin B12, thoughts on the impacts of tourism in Hawaii (and elsewhere), and my undying love for K&W Cafeteria, and how the awesomeness of IKEA seemingly has no bounds.