It’s officially summer, SO I figured that I should get my summer bucket list ideas together asap! (I started off by checking my spring to-do list to see what I had missed!) I’m sharing a few of my must-dos this summer in today’s full post to help you guys start creating your own check list!
Ps. Thanks so everyone who sent me suggestions for my summer bucket list on IG. I’ve included a few of your ideas too!
Cinque Terre is the area along the western coast of Italy that spans five small – very colorful – towns just above the region of Tuscany. And it’s always been one of the must-see places on my travel bucket list! Despite only being a two-hour drive from our Tuscan villa, there were a lot of logistics to keep in mind. Excited to share today’s post with you to help you plan your own Cinque Terre travel guide + knockout all of those photo ops!
I fully believe that travel is one of the few things you can buy yourself that will make you richer. And, I’ve been beyond blessed this year (and last!) with all of the amazing travel opportunities that have come my way! But traveling once or twice a month has taught me the importance of balance and discipline. I’m constantly looking for insight on how to balance business, relationships and travel, and I thought I’d share a few things I’ve learned this year.
Plus, I get asked a lot about how much I travel without Jordan. It’s especially hard for me to visit all of these amazing destinations and not share it with him – not to mention being away from home so often. S0, I’m talking about how we are making it work in today’s full post.
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While a lot of denim made it into my suitcase for Italy, I had special plans for the chambray dress in today’s post! I knew as soon as I saw this Splendid one-shoulder dress that it was perfect for a day at a Tuscan winery. Luckily for us, we had plenty of winery options to choose from near Greve in Chianti, but I was most excited when I saw the Santa Margherita sign! (This girl loves a little pinot grigio…) With so many chambray dress styles available right now, there’s one perfect for any vacation – and any budget!
Picking up from my previous post on road tripping through Tuscany, our final destination was Greve in Chianti. This idyllic Italian town is nestled right down the hill from the villa where we stayed and is so incredibly charming! (And when I say right down the hill, I mean, you can walk down, but climbing back up the hill would be quite the effort!) Driving down to the main square was the mode we opted for, and parking in the pubic lot was an easy walk to the center of town.
All within a short expanse of the town square, businesses are connected through quaint alleyways. Our favorite spots that we discovered include a grocery store ($4 bottles of wine!), floral shop, movie theater and many delicious spots to eat. Get the details on our favorite spots for food and wine in Greve in Chianti in today’s post!