So I'm back from my three-day girls trip to the Adirondacks, and let me tell you...it was so needed. First of all, we had an entire free week to burn before graduation. In other words, why the hell not shack up at a dude ranch in the mountains for a few days?
Secondly though, I think all lady gangs should do this kind of a thang more often. Getting away from the hustle & bustle for a few days was honestly priceless. We particularly loved the place that we stayed, because it was all-inclusive. Therefore, all of our meals and activities were included with our lodging. We had ZERO things to worry/stress/overthink/plan about.
This weekend was particularly fun, because I was in Pittsburgh visiting Richard & Pixie, our little Chi-Pom (Chihuahua x Pomeranian) pup. I wasn't able to stay long, since I had class this morning, but the short little vacay was much needed and appreciated.
Also: for those of ya who don't know, R. is stationed in PA this semester for an internship, while I'm here in New York finishing up my undergrad degree. So, even just 36 hours spent together is better than nothing!
Am I the only one who finds it unbearably difficult to eat healthy while traveling? There's just so many temptations, and there's often not much time between flights to really weigh out all of the options. That being said, it's still super important to me to eat well while en route. After all, there's nothing that makes me quite as grumpy as running around all day totally un-fueled and sluggish from a lack of real food. Sounds gross, right?...