Time flies when you’re having fun! With longer days and warmer weather in London, I spent lots of time outside. I also traveled more than usual with a weekend jaunt to Bruges in Belgium, followed by a week in Boston, Connecticut and NYC, all before coming back to London for the Bank Holiday weekend. Here are my photo highlights!
The month started in the best possible way – with a good run through Regent’s Park on a sunny day in the 70s. Half of the park is in full bloom – now I’m just waiting for the Queen Mary’s Rose Garden to bloom.
May was a month jam-packed with speaking engagements – and a dash of fun. From traveling to Boston, NYC, Hamburg, Germany and a few epic meals out, here are my photo highlights.
It’s always interesting returning to a place that you lived in for 13 years. No longer a resident, but not quite a tourist, I’ll always have a special place in my heart for a Boston and a desire to visit a few times annually. Here are highlights from my weekend back in Beantown.
The Arrival I took a daytime flight from Virgin Atlantic. As I settled into my seat, it was one of those amazing traveler moments where I had a row of three seats all to myself. Oh, and as we took off, the crew announced that we also had in-flight wi-fi (for a fee). A brilliant flight on so many levels, thank you Virgin Atlantic!
March was a month of excitement between moving into my new flat in London and a planes, trains and automobiles-esq trip across Boston-CT-NYC-Austin. Here are the highlights in photos.
What’s your vision for making Boston kinder? Is it topping off parking meters, putting out water bowls for dogs on a hot day, or surprising busy commuters with a free Charlie Card? It’s these ideas – and more – that are the inspiration for KIND’s new #KINDBoston campaign. I was lucky enough to be a guest at the Red Sox game on Tuesday, July 29, where KIND launched this initiative with the help of a little star power.