I recently visited my home town of Fayetteville, AR and had the best time staying as a guest and exploring like a tourist, but with knowledge of the best secret places to visit. While there, I stayed at the Stay-Inn-Style Bed & Breakfast, a family owned inn with 8 uniquely styled guest rooms and . . .
Texas has an island. Apparently they don't teach you that in Arkansas history classes. I'm still amazed by it, and since I've visited twice, I must know everything there is to know about it, right? Ok, maybe not. I have, however, figured out some of the must-see places along with the help of the . . .
I had the pleasure of staying at The Coppersmith Inn bed and breakfast last October. It was my first time to stay in one - can you say excited?! I previously wrote about it in my 4 Reasons to Choose a Bed & Breakfast post, but I want to share more intimate details of my experience with you . . .
Last week I was gifted tickets to the History With A Twist event at Dallas Heritage Village, and everything about made me excited from the very first moment I knew about it... . . .
The Coppersmith Inn I have always wanted to stay at a Bed & Breakfast because they fully embody old world charm to me. It came as no surprise that my stay at The Coppersmith Inn was one of wonder and merriment, but I was still so excited! After winning tickets to the #BlogElevated Conference . . .
You know how you believe that know a place so well that you don't even see what's right in front of your face because you think you already know what's there? Well, that's how I sometimes feel about a little town called Nashville, AR. My grandparents lived the majority of their lives there. My . . .
I'm excited to share a post with you this week from a blogger whose work I absolutely adore! Meet Madaline from Pretty Thing & Co. Besides the love of blogging and pretty & old things, our love for Italy unites us. She lives there now, and is an avid blogger. I'm so glad that somehow we . . .