Tim and I try to take the travel mutts with us as much as possible. Tips for Road Tripping with your pet Traveling with your furry companion by car involves more than just packing up and heading out. Here area few travel tips to help […]
Tim and I went back and forth for about 2 years before we finally took the plunge and bought a Jeep Wrangler, a decision I wish we would have made much sooner! Owning a Jeep has been one of the best decisions we’ve ever made. […]
Just because you have been dating for a while or are married doesn’t mean epic dates are a thing of the past! Finding a fun way to spend time with each other is something that Tim and I really try to do. Our dates are […]
One of the hardest things for me to go minimalist with was my library. I have always been a big book worm and parting with books was the hardest part of our downsizing process. I wouldn’t think twice about getting rid of clothes or furniture, […]
Getting rid of furniture or clothes was a breeze. Picking books to part with? Well, I would have rather had a root canal! I was really dreading the book downsizing part of going tiny and minimalism. Having well over 600 books, many of which are […]
The downsizing has officially commenced, you guys. And when I say that everything must go I promise that is not an exaggeration. In fact, my coworkers have even commented on how I have take over the local yard sale pages! What Stays? What Goes? As […]
When Tim and I decided to get out of Florida, we were living in a 5 bedroom 2 bath house. Our house was huuuuuge when it was just the two of us but perfect when everyone was visiting. And this is something we kept in […]
A new year means a chance for renewal, growth, and change. Every year we make lists of what we want to do. We take maps and dot where we want to go. We make plans. And every year it seems few of us stick to […]
If you’ve been to the Volunteer State in the last couple of years, you might have noticed all the new distilleries that are popping up. From Nashville to Memphis to Gatlinburg, it seems that whiskey is on the rise in Tennessee and we couldn’t be […]
Photos by The Tennessee Whiskey Trail The Tennessee Whiskey Trail For as long as I can remember, Tim and I have wanted to do the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. And since we moved to Tennessee, it is something we could certainly do for a weekend trip! […]
We are not all travel and history at CircaWanderlust. We have a nerdy, binge watching, Netflix watching side too. It is no secret that Tim and I are huuuuuuge Stranger Things fans. Like, we may have both requested off so we can binge Netflix October […]
A few weeks ago, Tim and I participated in the Cotopaxi Questival in Knoxville. We had so much fun doing it and made some great friends along the way. And I know what you are thinking… “what the hell is that?” We had a lot […]
So what is the big deal? Why does everyone want to go tiny? I have no idea! But I can tell you why Tim and I have heavily, heavily considered going tiny.
Cooking is something very personal if you think about it. And it requires a lot of trust. No matter where you grew up or what your cultural background is, we all have comfort foods that make the worst of days better.
My first time in Mexico was a press trip to cover Celebrity Chef Week at Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto for The Fairtytale Traveler. Having recently binge watched every Anthony Bourdain travel episode on Netflix, I was STOKED when this trip came up.
I think we all can agree that real, true, authentic Mexican Cuisine is some of the most simple and yet flavor filled food out there. Each region has its own personality and profile, so when I spent some time in Loreto, Baja Sur for a […]
Sometimes the best food in town is in some of the most unexpected places. Enter The Spot Taco Truck at the Red Barn Flea Market in Bradenton. I have traveled to many a country and eaten many good tacos, but nothing compares to The Spot […]
From Sip to Soil, Our Journey Through the Coffee Process at Finca El Placer – Visiting a Coffee Farm
From Sip to Soil, Our Journey Through the Coffee Process at Finca El Placer: A Learning Experience
I consider myself a pretty good Earth-habitant. We produce more recycling at our house than we do trash (4+ bins of recyclables vs 2 kitchen trash bags of trash), we are conscious of our environmental impact, and try to minimize the impacts we have on […]
Finding French food outside of France is an easy thing to do. Finding GOOD French food? Not always the case. And a good crepe is even harder to find this side of the puddle. But sometimes, you get lucky. Sometimes you come across a gem […]