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April’s Micro-Resolutions and a New Job!

Hello! It's been awhile, huh? Last month my resolution was to get out and see more of San Antonio, and sadly I did not do much of that. There's so much to see and do here, and I just haven't made the time to be social, active, or adventurous. I also got a new job… Continue reading April’s Micro-Resolutions and a New Job!

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March’s Micro-Resolution: Getting Out There

My February micro-resolution was to be more consistent with things that are good for me, and I have to say, I think I did pretty well! How I did per goal: Working out. Pretty kickass! I've been working out in our apartment gym at least 3-4 times a week, and have gone to a couple of… Continue reading March’s Micro-Resolution: Getting Out There

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Where Nature, Science, and Culture Meet – The Witte Museum in San Antonio, TX

When I was about 4 or 5 years old, I was traumatized by a whale. Not a real whale, but an enormous illustration of a whale that engulfed my little body, complete with whale sounds that seemingly came out of nowhere. Overwhelming for me, hilarious to my parents. The awesome exhibit was at The Witte… Continue reading Where Nature, Science, and Culture Meet – The Witte Museum in San Antonio, TX

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Four Days in Guadalajara, Mexico

For some reason, we only booked ourselves for four days in Guadalajara. I'm not sure why, but there's so much to see and do here that we're definitely coming back! We ate like we were in the U.S. on this trip: we had Chinese fast food and Burger King the first day (I know, so… Continue reading Four Days in Guadalajara, Mexico

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Colorful Oaxaca, Mexico – a Photo Story

Walking around the busy but beautiful Centro Histórico in Oaxaca is so easy, safe, and fun to do. We walked about a mile from our first Airbnb to the city center every day, and really enjoyed seeing the mountains in the distance, small restaurants and shops lining the streets, and tourists and locals everywhere.  We… Continue reading Colorful Oaxaca, Mexico – a Photo Story