The Art of Yoga

A few weeks ago, I decided I couldn’t stand how sluggish and tense I’d been feeling anymore and I knew it was finally time for me to get back into my yoga routine. I’ve practiced sporadically over the past few years, and every time I’m really into it I start to feel amazing – but … More The Art of Yoga

Hocking Hills

A couple of weeks ago my friend Erin and I decided to book a cabin in Hocking Hills for the weekend – which turned out surprisingly well, considering we booked it from a bathroom stall after several beers. We ended up staying in the Pinecone cabin at Old Man’s Cave Chalets. It was perfect for … More Hocking Hills

Nada Columbus 

  A couple of the girls and I decided to grab a bite at Nada tonight while the guys were out golfing. Only one of us had been there before, but I’ve been hearing great things from several of our other friends, so I was really excited to check it out. I mean, tacos… How could … More Nada Columbus 

The Little Palace

A few Saturdays ago, Justin and I finally made it to the Little Palace to grab a bite to eat before Moonlight Market. He was convinced it was Chinese food, so I made him check out the website before we went. Its another one of those great little restaurants on 4th that I’ve been wanting … More The Little Palace

The Walrus

Tonight, as a result of my blatant refusal to go to the grocery store after work, we decided to hit up The Walrus for dinner (when you say lobster pierogis, I listen). I’ve heard good things about the place in regards to the food and drinks, although I can’t really speak to the live music … More The Walrus

The Table

We decided to check out the The Table Wednesday night, since they were participating in the Mid-Ohio Foodbank’s Food Fight Hunger event. Its on the southeast corner of High and Fifth, with a small parking lot behind it for the businesses and resident’s in the building – we lucked out and got a spot back … More The Table

Merion Village

My husband and I bought our first home in Merion Village at the beginning of the year, and I’ve become enamored with the neighborhood. Our home, built in 1910 (per records on file for the street, though we and the previous owner suspect it may be older), captured my heart on our first walk through. … More Merion Village