Onward to Jackson Hole, WY winter wonderland! Jackson Hole with its rustic charm, embraced my heart, tantalized my taste buds and brought out the wildlife enthusiast in me! My husband Ben and I took a road trip from Big Sky, MT, thru Yellow Stone, into Idaho, then thru the breath-taking Teton Pass…ultimately ending at our destination, Jackson Hole. What a beautiful & adventurous 3 hour drive it was! Winter road conditions were present, though it was slow to go, the safe pace allowed us to really take our time and soak up the vast and mesmerizing landscape. In this post, I will introduce you to a new mountain luxury, “family owned” boutique hotel. Scrumptious local restaurants where “soul” is the common ingredient used. A journey to The National Elk Refuge & conservation, and lastly our experience down the steep and deep terrain of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Whether you are looking for the authentic vibe of the historic western town or deep connection in Mother Nature…I hope this post will guide you to the amazing local places found off the beaten path of tourism.
Happy New Year everyone!!! I hope 2017 is feeling wonderfully expansive, supportive & wildly intentional for an amazing year ahead! I just returned home from a snowy vacation full of Big Sky, Montana exploration and some much-needed restorative down time. Ringing in the New Year in unchartered land for me offers expansion and openness to dream into the unknown. This New Year’s Eve, I decided to go to Montana during the winter for the first time and oh what a wintry wonderland journey it was…
I wanted to share one of my all-time favorite luxury boutique hotels – L’Auberge de Sedona. I’ve had the pleasure to stay at L’Auberge resort 3 times with my husband…it’s a luxurious investment for my mind, body and soul.
My journey to the sacred land of Peru ignited a deeper passion for travel and self expansion for me. I experienced a spiritual awakening as I met the loving, kind souls native to Peru; hiking the land, visiting the ruins and learning about the ancient mythology of the Incas. Pachamama (Earth/Mother- is the goddess revered by the indigenous people of the Andes) holds a healing energy that I hope all who are being called can journey to & embrace.
I just came back from a beautiful “soul connective” girl’s vacation in Bundville, Vermont. I have a sacred soul sister group, every year we plan a girl’s getaway to keep our connection strong, and our bond tight. This year we chose the Green Mountain State, Vermont. So why Vermont? Well, there was certainly something that led us there. A yoga festival called Wanderlust, the weekend of June 18th and we all just happened to be free for some vacation time. With Wanderlust calling us and our open availability… all energies aligned just right to find our “True North” Wanderlust journey.