I have had a breakthrough in terms of my fitness goals, and the Cronometer app was the difference.
A road trip to Erie, Pennsylvania for a cheerleading competition resulted in a glimpse of Lake Erie Wine Country and a visit to Liberty Vineyards and Winery.
It’s just past the Ides of March, the time of year when inevitably, no matter what is happening in my life, I hit the biggest slump.
Those who know me well know that I’m extremely organized. At home and at work, I’m usually the one with all her ducks in a row. I truly believe this is the only way I can juggle being a wife, mom, manager, professor, friend and colleague. Since the New Year is really right around the corner, I’m reminded that for many, it’s a time to renew commitments to being organized.
It’s been a hot last few days in Central New York, much hotter than we are used to. The thermometer rarely goes above 90 during a normal summer but so far, we’ve hit and/or surpassed it a few times and it’s only July 3! Typically when it’s this hot, I avoid drinking too much alcohol due to dehydration and just because it makes me feel like garbage when it’s so hot. But, this past weekend, I had some fun loading up the coolers for a graduation party to celebrate my husband’s graduate degree.
Over the past 24 hours there have been two things that have made me pause to think about how much has changed with the world in my lifetime. Things that never changed for my grandparents for decades have changed within years for me.
In this post, a short one for #WineWednesday, I share my top 5 spring/summer wine choices.
Although we enjoyed our summer Riesling from the Mosel region of Germany, the retailer from which we purchased the wine, Vine and Barrel, was less than stellar.
Shelburne Vineyard is a welcoming winery with unique grapes and a nice atmosphere.
Elfs Farm Winery and Cider House is a welcoming vineyard with child-friendly charm.