7 Family-Friendly Things to Do in Las Vegas

Las Vegas has always had a reputation for being for adults only, and while I still think it's not the best place to bring your kids, we definitely are becoming much more family-friendly. **REMEMBER** Be sure to keep in mind that Vegas (especially the Strip and downtown) is a major tourist destination and has a … Continue reading 7 Family-Friendly Things to Do in Las Vegas


Lack of Motivation

There are three languages that I am currently studying — because I just can't help myself. Latin, Korean, and Spanish. I keep switching between them because I can't decide which one is the most important to me at the moment, and I can't find the motivation to work on any because I'm constantly trying to figure … Continue reading Lack of Motivation

Revisiting History: Camp Amache

Japanese internment camps — something which is often swept under the rug in our nation's history. During World War II, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, which led to the United States entering the War.  Because of this, there were a lot of concerns about Japanese spies in the country.  What happened then is not discussed enough … Continue reading Revisiting History: Camp Amache

Must-See Places: Las Vegas (Off the Strip)

First things first — don't expect me to talk much about the Strip.  Everybody and their dog go to the Strip, but there is so much more to Vegas than just Las Vegas Blvd. Join me as I tell you about some of my favorite places in Sin City! The National Atomic Testing Museum One of … Continue reading Must-See Places: Las Vegas (Off the Strip)

Travel Hacks that DON’T WORK for Motion Sick People

As I have mentioned many times before, I get motion sickness when I travel. I have heard of so many things that supposedly alleviate the symptoms of motion sickness, and over the past few years, I have tried some that have absolutely not worked.  In fact, one even made it worse. So if you get motion … Continue reading Travel Hacks that DON’T WORK for Motion Sick People