Goblin Valley State Park: Why You Should Make the Detour

Goblin Valley in Utah is what I think Mars must be like. We traveled extensively in Utah on an amazing road trip. You can read about our full adventure here, or if you want to check out specific aspects of the trip, you can check out our post on Arches National Park and our postContinue reading “Goblin Valley State Park: Why You Should Make the Detour”

The Scariest Drive in Utah: Shafer Trail Road via Potash

Canyonlands National Park is one of the most beautiful places you’ll ever see. Neal and I fell hard for the park from the second we stepped tire in it. We’ve written about all we saw in Southern Utah on this trip, including nearby Arches National Park, but Canyonlands was our favorite. After we spent aContinue reading “The Scariest Drive in Utah: Shafer Trail Road via Potash”

Book Review: Universal Harvester

They say sophomore novels are hard to write and often not very good. But I found Universal Harvester an incredibly interesting exercise in writing. This book is about people in our lives that go missing, or it’s about people who have lost their mothers, or it’s about just how far we’ll go to remember someone we’ve lost, or to find them. You decide.

Our Favorite Brunch Places in NYC

Brunch is a quintessential millennial New Yorker thing to do. We can’t afford our loan payments, but you better believe we ain’t missin’ brunch. Neal and I have tried quite a few brunch places. Most brunches are good – they check off all the boxes. Others are great. Here’s a list of our 5 favoriteContinue reading “Our Favorite Brunch Places in NYC”

Book Review: The Fisherman

By John Langan The Fisherman is a story about two men, two worlds, and what really lives beneath the water. It begins with Abe and Dan who have both recently suffered a tragic loss. This brings them together initially and a fondness for fishing quickly cements together their relationship. Soon enough, each weekend begins theContinue reading “Book Review: The Fisherman”

A Day in the Life: Street Art (Bushwick Collective), Breweries & a Michelin Star Restaurant in Brooklyn

No trip to NYC is complete without a day exploring Brooklyn. Brooklyn is known for its beer and street art, and if you’ve been following our blog, you know we love both. Living in NYC makes it so we have the pleasure of rotating beer and street art. Check out what’s currently in the streetsContinue reading “A Day in the Life: Street Art (Bushwick Collective), Breweries & a Michelin Star Restaurant in Brooklyn”

Mexico City: Chapultepec and the Anthropology Museum

We recently visited Mexico City for a bachelor party and laid out everything we did here. In this post, we dive deeper into the sights we saw on our first day in Mexico City. Chapultepec Castle After eating a bunch of tacos and a short Uber ride from our hotel, we started exploring in anContinue reading “Mexico City: Chapultepec and the Anthropology Museum”

A Day in the Life: Attending the Game of Thrones World Premier in NYC

Let me begin by saying this post will not say anything at all about the content of the first episode of Season 8 of Game of Thrones. Because I: It will however tell you everything about attending the premier itself. Neal and I are big Game of Thrones fans. Because Neal works at HBO, weContinue reading “A Day in the Life: Attending the Game of Thrones World Premier in NYC”