Finding Zen On An Ordinary Day

We travel down to Edinburgh on Saturday and fly to New York on Sunday.  Things have been a little hectic around here, but we are nearly ready to go. I'm looking forward to being on the plane.  Planes are where I don't have to take any phone calls, charge any phones, or answer questions harder … Continue reading Finding Zen On An Ordinary Day

Driving Through Doors

Today’s post was going to be about my ultimate stress-busters. A numbered list with keywords and phrases like What The Hell is Hygge? or Just Find Me, Google, Damn it! A (somewhat universal, but still rather personal) list that would garner such comments as: ‘Great post!’ b. ‘Your so funny!’ iii. ‘Can I have tea … Continue reading Driving Through Doors

My Top 17 Travel Memories

In my last post I mentioned that *I was this close* to 200 groovy likers on Gin & Lemonade's Facebook page.  With a little help from my friends, I'm now at 215.  Thank you! Moving on.  In a minute. When I was sitting at 199, I said that groovy person 200 would get to choose … Continue reading My Top 17 Travel Memories

How To Shop When You Hate Shopping

The only shopping I like is book shopping. I buy myself new clothes about once every 3 years, I don't follow trends, and malls are not my happy place.  Unless we're talking books, coffee, or movies. And today I want to talk about clothes. After we booked THE TRIP, I got excited for a bunch … Continue reading How To Shop When You Hate Shopping

Coffee & Answers

  If we were having coffee, you might remember I'm kindasortamaybe following along with the Ultimate Blog Challenge, or #blogboost. Today's prompt is an Ask Me Anything post. Well.  That could go a lot of ways. You might also have figured that I'm trying to blog more consistently recently. My new intro thing to the … Continue reading Coffee & Answers

10 Things I’ve Learned in 7 Years of Blogging

August marks the 7th anniversary of Gin & Lemonade.  It's been an interesting ride.  I've learned a lot.  About myself, and others.  About writing.  And how blogging is a separate thing almost entirely from writing.  They're cousins, I think.  And I'd like to bring them closer together. But, I'm getting ahead of myself. I guess … Continue reading 10 Things I’ve Learned in 7 Years of Blogging